Dedicated to bringing you the highest-quality content relating to employee engagement. We concentrate on real-world ideas, insights and solutions, which you can put into action today. Also looking at related subjects such as: innovation, leadership, values etc.
In addition to our own insights, and those of a few others, we share quite a few insights from Google. It's not that we are affiliated with Google -- it's what they get for being one of the best, most pragmatic, and forward-thinking engagers of people in the world.
Free-to-use presentation containing insights to illuminate the meaning of employee engagement, a strategy to achieve it, and all the resources one would need to develop a depth of understanding to become comfortable with presenting it.
Reflections on teamwork and innovation, with some great employee engagement ideas to and help you get the best from your employee engagement program -- teamwork, decision-making, learning and innovation at their best?
by Sam Bacharach, Cornell Institute for Workplace Studies
When we look at Sam's idea from the point of view of employee engagement, we can see how divergent thinking can develop business-acumen in our teams in a profound, fun way -- practice of this kind deepens the power and value of autonomy.
Morty Lefkoe is the creator of a series of psychological processes that result in profound personal and organizational change. Here are some fantastic insights to help make your professional life happier, more interesting and more fulfilling.
Some would prefer we kept the idea of life and business separate -- or prefer us to maintain the image of business as "uncool". Others, like those leading and working at Zappos and Google, have seen through the b.s. and put the two things together.
& Jonathan Rosenberg
with Alan Eagle
Beyond being a fantastic host to their employees. What is it that makes Google one of the best-of-the-best places in the world to work? Google's team cast light on the matter. Inclusive innovation and creativity: vis-à-vis "Self Actualisation" - Abraham Maslow.
Inspired by the book "How Google Works", here are 5 simple ideas that any business can put into action to create higher levels of engagement. Create a more enlightened workplace, with advice from Google -- one of the very best employers in the world.
by Chip Conley, founder of Joie de Vivre Hospitality
When the dot com bubble burst, Chip went looking for Happiness and found some answers through an old employee friendship, a Bhutanese King, and Abraham Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs. He realised that measuring what counts is the key!
If you're looking for more insight into employee engagement, perhaps our questions and answers page will help you out. What is employee engagement? How can it be achieved? What's so important about culture? What are the best books? etc.
Written and used by the best engagers in the world, including intimate links to employee engagement, and some less obvious e.g. through renowned strategies for creativity & innovation -- and even more -- put the pieces of the jigsaw together with these books.
Tal Ben-Shahar is a wonderful expert within the field of positive psychology -- we've seen him teach and he really knows his stuff -- using insights that any of us can benefit from, Tal shares the secrets to attaining happiness in simple and accessible ways.
Another way of looking at this subject, is to stop thinking about how we might get there -- and forget about any problems we have -- and visualise an ideal future. So, how about positive psychology, facilitation and self-governance for starters?
Once you've engaged your workforce, how do you hire the right people to fit into your culture? Start by doing it yourselves, and make everyone in the business responsible for it. Laszlo Bock shares an excellent, concise set of insights.
Google, rated best employer in the US, are 2 years into a 100 year research project with the intention to bring happier, more enlightened working experiences to the whole world. Get a head-start and subscribe to their brand new YouTube channel, "re:Work"