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12 Tips to Turn Employee Engagement Survey Results into Increased Organization Performance

The key to increasing employee engagement is to accurately measure it and use the results to make changes that impact organization performance.   We’ve created a list of 12 recommendations to turn employee engagement survey results into increased performance based on our experience working with hundreds of organizations over the years. Download Your Employee Engagement Survey Sample […] Read more

Charles Rogel

Posted on May 25, 2016 by

Managing Your 4 Key Talent Groups

Do you have formal methods for identifying the talent that exists throughout your organization? If so, does the management team have a common language to describe different talent pools? Leaders Need Feedback. Download 360-degree Feedback Survey Sample Successful organizations are effective at identifying their talent and taking the appropriate actions to utilize and develop their […] Read more

Tracy Maylett

Posted on May 24, 2016 by

When Engagement Replaces Satisfaction

Over the years I have had the opportunity to work with volunteers who do work in developing countries.  These volunteers—typically university students—dedicate up to three months each summer in leaving their comfortable, US-based surroundings to work in locations where poverty is the norm.  Their work may include bringing water to a small mountain village, working to […] Read more

Tracy Maylett

Posted on May 18, 2016 by

What Employee Engagement Is Not

Many definitions are thrown around today to describe employee engagement.  Some of these definitions include references or similarities to other common organizational behavior terms, to the point where “engagement” has become a catchphrase that includes all the positive feelings and qualities that we want in employees.  If it’s a positive behavior, we lump it into […] Read more

Charles Rogel

Posted on May 17, 2016 by

Forget the Millennials, It’s All About the Freelancers

There is an old saying among real estate developers, “You don’t build the church for Easter!”  In other words, when designing seating capacity, the incremental cost required to accommodate outlying scenarios is not worth the investment. For decades, conventional wisdom has held that this same principle is true as managers design their organization’s workforce. You […] Read more

Matthew Wride

Posted on May 11, 2016 by

EP013 – Leadership Intelligence Podcast – The Value Of Your Employee Value Proposition (EVP)

DecisionWise Principal Consultant, Kristin Chapman, provides best-practice advice on how to develop your organization’s employee value proposition. Employee Value Proposition (EVP) is the value an employee receives from the organization in exchanged for his or her work. It includes all of the tangible (i.e. compensation, benefits, work schedule) and intangible benefits (i.e friends at work, […] Read more

Kristin Chapman

Posted on May 6, 2016 by

Are Your Employees Engaged? Look in the Mirror.

Are your employees engaged? Look in the mirror. No matter what it says on your business card, you’re an employee and you have responsibility to be an engaged employee. But you may also be a manager, and as a manager you have some responsibility for the engagement of others as well. If your employees are […] Read more

Tracy Maylett

Posted on May 3, 2016 by

EP012 – Leadership Intelligence Podcast – Transitioning Into Management Part 3

This episode is part 3 of the Transition into Management series. In this episode Matthew Wride discusses 6 communication strategies to effective leadership. Learn these specific communication strategies to better build peer networks and create a smooth transition into leadership. Listen to Part 1 – Episode 007 – Transition Into Management Listen to Part 2 […] Read more

Matthew Wride

Posted on April 26, 2016 by

EP011 – Leadership Intelligence Podcast – Conflict Management Styles and Strategies

Learn about conflict management styles and strategies from Dr. Marcy Fetzer as she provides insight into how to approach conflict and the five modes of handling conflict. Download the 360-Degree Feedback Survey Sample Listen to more podcast episodes   Read more

Marcy Fetzer

Posted on April 20, 2016 by

How to Manage Poor Attitudes and Negativity in the Workplace (INFOGRAPHIC)

Negativity in the workplace has a stronger influence on an organization than positivity, so it is crucial to manage it quickly and effectively. In this infographic, learn the effects of negative attitudes in the workplace and how to better manage negative attitudes in your personal environment, or within the team you manage.   Infographic by Quill […] Read more

Seth Ollerton

Posted on April 19, 2016 by

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