Posts Tagged ‘employee’
By Josh Bersin
We just completed a year-long research study on the impact of employee recognition. It turns out that “high-recognition culture” companies dramatically outperform their peers in a whole range of business outcomes. These top companies generate 12X greater business outcomes in a variety of measures and have more than 30% lower voluntary turnover.
The employee recognition industry is an old market, focused heavily on rewarding employees for tenure and service. Such programs, while prevalent in more than 70% of companies, drive little actual business value. (How many of you stayed an extra five years at your company to get a pin?)
What these high-performing companies do is different.
By Tom Newcombe
Three-quarters of UK employees who engaged with their employee share ownership plan were more motivated and committed to their employer, showed a study released today. Read more »
By Jeff Haden
Consistently do these five things and the results you want from your employees–and your business–will follow.
by James Chapman
A good business leader is a multi-faceted individual who possesses many strengths and capabilities. He can manage budgets, spearhead marketing campaigns, design products, network with industry experts, and appraise contract management software. He is dedicated, hard-working, smart, and creative. But even with all these exemplary qualities, a business leader is truly only a leader if he also possesses one crucial trait: motivation skills. In fact, no matter your walk of life, if you seek to be a successful leader you need to be able to motivate those people who follow your guidance. Read more »