Tag: engagement

UVALDE, BOEING, COJONES, and Shared Values

UVALDE, BOEING, COJONES, and Shared Values Uvalde, Boeing, Cojones, and Human Values

It took the US JD 604 days to acknowledge the glaring truth: the police response to the May 24, 2022, deadly Uvalde, Texas, elementary school shooting was “a failure that should not have happened.” Well, duh!.. One year, seven months, and 25 days, and nearly 600 pages later, the report highlights “a sweeping array of […]

How to Measure Employee Engagement

How to Measure Employee Engagement To increase employee engagement, you must find a way to measure it.

Whether you are building a team from scratch or planning to improve the engagement of the existing team, you need to start measuring and monitoring employee engagement as soon as possible. This is Part 3 of “How to improve employee engagement”. Here you will learn why measuring employee engagement is important and how to set up […]

Employee Engagement: Practical Steps to Take Now

Employee Engagement: Practical Steps to Take Now employee engagement: first steps

This is Part 2 of “How to improve employee engagement”. In Part 1, we discussed “What is employee engagement” and how much it costs to not have an engaged workforce (more than you might imagine). In this part, we introduce the first practical steps you should take to improve your team’s engagement. While searching for […]

Unlocking Employee Engagement: Driving Productivity and Profits

Unlocking Employee Engagement: Driving Productivity and Profits

As we enter the knowledge economy, forward-thinking leaders are increasingly looking to employee engagement as a key driver of sustainable productivity growth.

Learn more about employee engagement, its tangible benefits, and how to improve and measure it.

Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs: a Must-Have Tool in the Knowledge Economy

Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs: a Must-Have Tool in the Knowledge Economy Abraham Maslow and Isabel Briggs Myers discuss their instrument.

Abraham Maslow’s hierarchy of needs may be less popular than the Myers–Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) – but it is much more meaningful and powerful as a performance enhancement instrument.

Applying Maslow’s Theory Today

Applying Maslow’s Theory Today Maslow Uvalde

Abraham Maslow’s Theory of human motivation is like Isaac Newton’s laws of motion: neither of them has an expiration date. New theories often come to the fore, but after a while, it becomes obvious that they are nothing more than derivatives and only confirm the original idea. With the shooting epidemic sweeping the US, everyone […]

Productivity Challenges in the Knowledge Economy

Productivity Challenges in the Knowledge Economy There will be blood in the street, according to Google CEO

Recently, Google announced a productivity improvement crusade. This is not unexpected. Google appears to be following the steps of many tech companies that went from boom to bust pretty quickly. It is noteworthy that they all had similar strategies and roadmaps, as many of them would become deliriously successful (read: obscenely profitable), then stagnate, and […]

The 4-Day WorkWeek: The Good the Bad and the Ugly

The 4-Day WorkWeek: The Good the Bad and the Ugly (c) S. Brovkin

Recently, some major news media, many bloggers and numerous readers were delirious about the findings of several “four-day week” trials in the UK and Iceland (with more countries across the world joining in). Researches inform that those trials were an “overwhelming success,” with quite a few workers having moved to a shorter week while “productivity […]