7 Reasons Why Employee Engagement Matters

Companies with engaged employees are: 21% more profitable Have 40% less turnover Have 70% less safety incidents Are 17% more productive Have 40% less defects Have 41% less absenteeism Have 10% higher customer satisfaction With so many benefits, companies have realized that increasing employee engagement not only makes for happier employees, it’s just good business Read More …

What’s In Your Leadership Toolbox?

Strong leaders improve financial performance, attract top talent, execute strategy, engage employees and deliver sustainable results. Most executives agree that strong leadership is one of the most important variables in their company’s success and many are investing in developing their leadership talent. That’s the good news. The bad news is that after spending billions of Read More …

5 Leadership Must-Haves to Engage Employees

60 articles Employee engagement has been proven to boost individual, team and operational performance resulting in higher productivity, better customer engagement, fewer accidents, better retention and higher profitability. Results from the GALLUP 2018 State of the American Workplace Survey indicates that only 34% of employees are engaged. Given the strong evidence that employee engagement matters, why Read More …

Are You Using the Sink or Swim Approach to Developing Leaders?

Of course everyone will respond “no” to this question but the truth is that it happens more often than you think. In many cases when a new supervisor steps into their first formal leadership role there may be all kinds of issues lurking that require his or her attention.  There could be a discipline issue, an FMLA case, grievances to address, teamwork dysfunction, disgruntled employees, etc.  Read More …

The NeverEnding Challenge

Better. Cheaper. Faster. These words have become the mantra of today’s business world creating an environment of NeverEnding challenges.  How many times have we heard the words, “Let’s just get through this year and next year will be better”?   Some companies react to these challenges by reorganizing, eliminating jobs and implementing a list of “quick fixes”.  Read More …