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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

5 Personal Benefits of Employee Engagement

In the past, as we conducted workshops on employee engagement, we found that we needed to show the organization the benefits of an engaged workforce. Increased profitability, improved quality, reduced turnover, and many other benefits were an important part of our presentations.   Download employee engagement survey.   Over the past several years, however, it’s […] Read more

Charles Rogel

Posted on March 30, 2016 by

EP008 – Leadership Intelligence Podcast – Employee Engagement Survey Action Planning

After the employee engagement survey results come in, you have all of this information. What do you do with it? The temptation is to try to tackle everything. So it’s important when doing an engagement survey, that you have a plan for what to do with the information. Download Employee Engagement Survey When action is […] Read more

David Long

Posted on March 29, 2016 by

Stop Wasting Your Money on Employee Satisfaction

I have often been guilty of using the phrase, “There’s no such thing as a happy non-performer” when discussing the idea that basic human nature is to be disappointed when performing poorly.  In all honesty, it was, at times, my way of justifying (to myself and others) letting an employee go or reprimanding for poor […] Read more

Tracy Maylett

Posted on March 7, 2016 by

Why You Should Use Open-ended Questions on Employee Surveys

Some organizations avoid using free-response questions on employee surveys simply because they want to keep the survey short or they don’t think they can analyze all of the comments—let me be the first to tell you that having comments on your survey can be a real benefit to your survey results.   Download employee engagement […] Read more

Tanille Rodman

Posted on February 19, 2016 by

Can You Trust Your Employee Survey Results?

What if I told you that 26 percent of your employees either blatantly lie or inadvertently misidentify demographic questions on employee surveys?  If you’re like most managers we work with, you’ll immediately distrust the survey process and its reported data—and that’s completely fair. Download employee engagement survey.   The fact is, when employees are asked demographic […] Read more

Tanille Rodman

Posted on February 16, 2016 by

EP001- Leadership Intelligence Podcast – MAGIC Five Keys To Unlock Power Of Employee Engagement

Listen as David Mason, Ph.D. discusses the five essential MAGIC keys (Meaning Autonomy Growth Impact Connection) that managers need to cultivate lasting employee engagement with their teams. These keys are taken from the book, MAGIC: Five Keys to Unlock the Power of Employee Engagement.   Download your employee engagement survey right here.   Listen to […] Read more

David Mason

Posted on February 10, 2016 by

Motivate me. I dare you.

Organizations generally start off with the question: “How do we motivate them to (insert your latest change initiative here)? This implies that motivation is something done TO your employees—something inflicted upon them. Read more

Tracy Maylett

Posted on January 27, 2016 by

Avoid Mayhem: Don’t Let Your Employee Engagement Survey Turn Out Like Your Last DIY Home Improvement Project

5 Criteria You Must Meet Before Running Your Own Employee Engagement Survey. Read more

Greg Zippi

Posted on January 20, 2016 by

INFOGRAPHIC: 8 Employee Engagement Mythbusters

With more organizations becoming aware of the importance of engagement, the media coverage of the topic has become widespread and more scholarly. This, however, can be a double-edged sword. In a September 3, 2011, opinion piece in the New York Times titled “Do Happy People Work Harder?” Harvard professor Teresa Amabile and researcher Steven Kramer shared some of the results […] Read more

Seth Ollerton

Posted on January 6, 2016 by

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