1. Unclear Purpose Meeting participants are unclear about the purpose of the meeting or what they want to accomplish. Before holding a meeting, ask yourself what you want to be different for […]
The Stay Interview… key to engaging and retaining talent Sit. Stay. That command works for your dog (maybe). But does it work for engaging and keeping the talented employees you cannot afford […]
A joint post by Dick and Emily Axelrod Have you ever had this experience? A red-faced, foot-stomping child yells at the top of their voice, “That’s not fair!” “Life isn’t fair,” you respond, […]
Emily Axelrod contributed to the ongoing conversation over at Switch & Shift with this guest post. “We need to cut 30 million dollars from operating expenses.” What is your reaction to this […]
Engagement begets engagement. The first step is to engage in conversations that go beyond the mundane. Here are some examples:
Sometime this year, your organization will probably conduct an employee survey. The survey might indicate that you need to: Connect people to the organization’s vision. Increase trust with employees. Communicate more effectively.