Here are five things you should think about when it comes to employee engagement:
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Control Alt Delete. Over the weekend, I went through my overfull inbox and hit the delete button, and it’s all gone! How wonderful.
I know I have said ‘“What about me!” more than a few times in my life. My guess is we all have.
Two months ago we ran a webinar on Diversity and Inclusion. We were blown away by the response.
I recently ran a workshop where everyone one turned up with their device. Hardly surprising in today’s world. What did give me a bit of a shock was when I had the grandkids over for a sleepover and they both brought their own devices.
I recently worked with the board of a not for profit organisation, servicing the health sector. The board was made up of 9 volunteers, all successful business people in their right. And each one of them had strong and different opinions on every topic on the agenda.
“If one more person talks to me about my amygdala, I’ll scream!”
We have all experienced it. You bring a group of highly talented people together in a team and nothing happens. Well, nothing productive anyway.
Whether you’re working in-house with internal employees or at a consulting firm with external clients, employee assessments—of one kind or another—are probably part of your toolkit.
From neuro-leadership and neuro-marketing to brain games and mindfulness training, there’s a lot of talk about the brain, both in its business and personal applications.