Agility involves seeking out new information and embracing continuous change in a collaborative way – and it promises to become the new competitive advantage.
A decade and billions of dollars later employee engagement levels have barely moved. Find out what companies may be missing in their quest to build a confident, engaged workforce that actually moves the needle on employee engagement.
Millennials are now the largest segment of the workforce and Generation Z is on its way. How do we engage these younger workers? The data covered in this paper provides strategies for inspiring relationships across generational divides to create a culture that works together.
This paper focuses on six trending innovations that companies are using to address the challenges they identify as barriers to their success. There are 3 market-facing trends along with 3 workplace-focused trends. The market-facing trends analyze an in-depth understanding of their customers’ expectations, and unexpressed needs, while the workplace trends evaluate how best to optimize the workplace experience.
Artificial Intelligence refers to IT systems that sense, comprehend, learn, and act – and it’s changing the way we live and work. As organizations deploy AI it will have profound impact on jobs, employee engagement and corporate culture. Understanding what that impact will be and how to prepare people for success will be critical.
Research shows that leaders have blind spots, and they can be costly to the organization. Sadly, most leaders believe that their vision in the world of business is 20/20, so it takes a little convincing to get them to see the error of their ways. This paper, supported by employee surveys, identifies the blind spots and offers effective solutions to address them.
Employee engagement translates to superior performance. Knowing how managers act as the catalyst for engagement provides organizations with further insight on how to move the needle on employment engagement levels - and realize the bottom line benefits
Understand the Elements of a Strong Corporate Culture In a recent study across four countries, Dale Carnegie set out to examine the perceptions of senior leaders on the strength of their own company cultures, their attitudes about its importance and impact, and actions they are taking to improve it.
71% of customers said they would rather buy from a sales professional they completely trusted than one who gave them a lower price.
Emotions and engagement are deeply-interconnected. Every touchpoint of the employee experience can elicit emotions – some of which drive engagement and others that kill it.