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Lazlo Bock, the co-founder of Humu, a stealth mode start-up, spoke at this year’s HR Tech conference. Prior to being a fellow startup founder, Lazlo was the head of People Operations for Google. Many consider him to be the most innovative and analytical HR leader of this past decade. He and Google have brought the business world incredible insights around performance, including the importance of psychological safety.
His keynote was about what one should DO to create a more innovative culture. His advice was practical. The path to innovation starts with small actions that collectively have a big impact. Here were three that jumped out:
We just launched our annual employee engagement research study, but we need YOUR help!
This past week, WeSpire participated in the Boston NewCo Festival, where we opened our doors to talk to a group of forward-thinking leaders about developing positive impact programs that engage employees and deliver measurable results.
Last week we brought together a group of our all-star WeSpire customers on one call to discuss the importance of employee ambassador programs and how to implement one. Every customer experiences unique challenges and opportunities at their organization, which meant that participants heard about a variety experiences and got an idea of what may work for their organization.
For years, many organizations have used the Net Promoter System to actively manage and understand their customer experience. Today, more and more leading organizations are taking this tried and true method, and applying it to the workplace to understand their employer brand.
As we reflect back on 2016, we want to applaud the countless organizations who committed to their ambitious sustainability and engagement goals this past year. As we ring in the New Year we are confident that together we can continue to have a lasting impact on the world around us.
Last week we talked about the importance of helping your employees set goals for the New Year. This week we dive into positive impact goal setting at your organization: how to, and its importance for your business.
Last week, we asked what the difference is, if any, between gratitude, appreciation, and recognition, from a scientific standpoint. We were fortunate enough to have a few experts weigh in on the topic and thought you’d find their perspectives as helpful as we did.