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February 28, 2018

Ditch the annual engagement survey: measure employee engagement like you measure your finances

In today’s world of work, we’re seeing a power shift from employer to employee. Employees are pushing organizations to be better every day, and demanding that employers create an environment within which they want to work. This is important because workplace culture is key to employee engagement. More organizations, regardless of their size, industry or […]

February 13, 2018

Three ways to prevent employee burnout

In my last post, I cited a recent issue of the Harvard Business Review which examined what it called “the overcommitted organization” – a look at the benefits of multi-teaming, but also the challenges that arise, and what organizations can do to solve them. Multi-teaming has become ubiquitous, in part because the benefits are so […]

December 27, 2017

Three Ways to Get the Most Out of Multi-Teaming

In a recent issue, the Harvard Business Review examined what it called “the overcommitted organization.” It’s a very detailed look at something that happens across all industries and companies: people are assigned or cross-leveraged to multiple projects at once. There are definite advantages to cross-leveraging employees. Projects can benefit from collective brainpower and knowledge sharing, […]

December 14, 2017

Three Strategies to Support Work-Life Blending

It’s inevitable: the boundaries of work and life often blur, and will only continue to do so as technology becomes more a part of our daily lives. It used to be that employers dictated one-size-fits-all policies for workplace and culture. But in today’s world of work, employees are pushing employers to think above and beyond, […]

December 12, 2017

The Annual Performance Review is Dead – Create a Performance Development Culture Instead

Fact: HR headlines over the last few years have been questioning the livelihood of the annual performance review. “Is the annual performance review dead?” “It’s dying.” Yes, it’s definitely dead. Taking a quick look at the current landscape, there are several obvious indicators that the annual performance review is no longer relevant.

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