Category Archives: Employee Engagement
Regardless of your company’s culture, I believe there are best practices from the Zappos Family All-hands meeting that can be applied to your workplace. All you need to do is tap into your company’s culture and find ways to replicate your culture in the tone and content of your meetings.
Some may blame the poor economy for the fear and uncertainty that have had a negative effect on companies and employees alike. But according to research conducted by Veronica Hope Hailey, associate dean and professor of strategic human resource management at Cass Business School of City University in London, trust and engagement were iffy well before the recession. Continue reading
It would be interesting to hear what, if anything, BP is doing to sustain employee morale and help employees cope these days. Continue reading
In times of change and challenge, executives need to approach employee communications with the same level of care and professionalism as they do customer communications and media relations. Continue reading
The holiday season brings a whole new level of complexity to the workplace, with employers struggling to balance recessionary frugality with celebration, diversity awareness with the traditions of Christmas. Continue reading
For several decades now, business school graduates have spent countless hours crafting far-reaching, aspirational vision statements to guide their company’s growth and expansion. But the language of traditional vision statements, with phrases such as “best in class,” “global,” “industry-leading” and “superior products and services” seem archaic to today’s workforce. Continue reading
In times of change, when communicators are focused on getting information out to their employees, listening is often forgotten entirely. Continue reading
Chances are, most employees are keeping their head down and praying that they survive the next round of layoffs.
It’s time to break this cycle of fear and negativity, time to re-energize the workforce and get them focused on their role getting the company back on track and into the black. Continue reading