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Skills-based corporate volunteer programs not only creates a sense of purpose and fulfillment for your employees but also a lasting positive impact to the community creating brand currency. A corporate skills-based volunteering program is central to your employee engagement efforts and allows organizations to:
Becoming a company who wants to make the world a better place has to start with a clear directive supported by a vision, mission and values. From there, a company demonstrates how to succeed by delivering purpose to its employees, its customers and by building purpose throughout its organization.
39% of employees surveyed in a recent study felt that people within their organizations did not collaborate enough, while 86% of executives and employees “cite lack of collaboration or ineffective communication for workplace failures.” These kinds of statistics should get any HR or operations manager thinking about what can be done to improve workplace collaboration.
Big things are happening here at WeSpire.
Every day, our customers and their employees are discovering the positive impact they can make in sustainability, volunteering, well-being, and corporate citizenship with the help of WeSpire’s employee engagement platform.
With statistics showing that upwards of about 30 percent of people who make New Year’s resolutions will abandon them by the end of January, it may seem the odds are against behavior change. But according to Charles Duhigg, in his New York Times Bestseller book, The Power of Habit, the science behind behavior change suggests just the opposite. Duhigg breaks it down to a cycle called ‘The Habit Loop’ and it consists of the following triggers:
The Trigger: the event that starts the action.
The Routine: the action that you take to change the behavior.
The Reward: the benefit that is associated with the behavior.
Imagine you’re a comedian. You have been working for months on your newest routine. The jokes are written, tested, rewritten and tested again. You have everything planned, down to the very pair of jeans that you will wear on stage. Then, the day of the performance, your producer tells you to hand over your material to a stranger who goes on stage to do your bit. Everything falls flat. Of course it does!