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Only one in three employees is engaged

According to a new report, only a third of employees in the USA ‘walk the talk’. Interesting reading this, and good to see that storytelling is mentioned of a way...

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Organisational citizenship

I’ve got a great big pile of magazines on my desk which are a bit of a challenge to get through, I must admit. But today I read an article...

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The secrets of success

“Sir, what is the secret of your success?” a reporter asked a bank president. “Two words.” “And, Sir, what are they?” asked the reporter. “Right decisions.” “And how do you...

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Employee disengagement a global revolution

Consultants Towers Perrin have released the results of a new study which finds that a quarter of employees are actively disengaged – but much of this is down to their...

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Narrative is everything

Simon Caulkin writes in The Observer this week that stories permit ‘meaning and memory’. Like mnemonics, stories enable us to absorb and remember incredibly complex detail. Stories have always been...

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Meaning and fulfilment

Not sure about the idea of teepees in carparks , but we certainly go along with Daniel Allen’s views on employee engagement today in the Times…

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Finding Betty

A CEO friend of mine attended a talk the other day on organisational culture. The speaker recounted the time he and his wife checked into a hotel bedroom. On the...

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America’s safest employers rate high employee engagement

I read recently that the 12 Safest Companies in America all have one thing in common – a passion for safety. Question: How do you instil that passion? Answer: Employee...

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Bored at work?

I always enjoy reading what David Bolchover has to say. I wonder how many of us concur with his view that while we might be just a little bored with...

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