Great leaders instill a culture of emotionally connected employees who sustain emotionally connected customers. How? One great example happened at the Disney theme park..
If the meeting includes a protracted power point presentation, packed with slides purporting to reveal all of the amazing things the presenting group has achieved; if others within the meeting sit quietly throughout
Yes, it really is the fault of management. Your attrition rate is high. You are losing competitive advantage. In meetings, the only people to speak up are the usuals. You know them. You lose money due to lack of employee engagement that leads to dismal customer service ratios .... but alas, you don't care. Hear that knock?
HR leaders ought to assume a strategic role within their companies, instead of simply keeping busy with everyday processes such as policies, payroll, and birthdays. Moreover, hr leaders ought to try to make and strengthen a distinctive set of capabilities that provide a company its competitive advantage.
Innovation of an organization is not completed until employees and customers are respected equally. All organizations preach the mantra of employee engagement combined with improving customer service. They proliferate the traditional assumptions of command and control with smiles. As though senior management aproned, flipping burgers
The element of trust is the most significant challenge facing any organization. The circle of trust dwindles in command and control systems where it’s “My way of the highway” and “This is the way we have always done things around here.” When managers and leaders foster a command and control style of governing
Diversity is a powerful word respecting diverse points of view. We need opposing viewpoints. My greatest moments of growth have been when my premise was challenged.
Gallup states that over 70% of managers are incompetent. Great article by Jim Clifton of Gallup. That being said what would better managers do for your hiring and retention, customer service, innovation and bottomline? Employee engagement is such an overused expression tantamount to diversity or women in business.