January: A Fresh Start for Employee Engagement
If you were lucky enough to get some time off for the holidays and new year, you know that once it’s over it can feel like a double-edged sword.
Holiday Gift Guide for Work
Whether it’s a department-wide gift exchange, a present for your direct reports, or your boss — finding the perfect present for people you work with can often be the most challenging part of your shopping list. To help, we’ve put together a short gift guide.
5 Benefits to Setting Performance Goals
The end of the year is approaching fast, making now a great time to sit down with your employees, reflect on their 2016 achievements and help set them up for success in 2017.
The Benefits of Millennial Employees
The millennial generation – those born between the 1980’s and the year 2000 – are often boiled down to talkers, techies, and social media gurus. However, they are considerably more complex than often given credit for, and they’re entering the workforce at an exponential rate.
Recognition vs. Rewards vs. Gratitude: What The Science Says, Part II.
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.
Instead of Just Being Grateful, Try This
Adam Grant, an expert in organizational psychology, contributes a guest blog post on how to best express gratitude.
Inspiring Stories Of Gratitude
Research has found that managers who express gratitude in the workplace and recognize their employees have a lower tendency to experience burn out and disengage in their work.
Motivation: One Piece of The Employee Engagement Puzzle
Chris White, managing director of the University of Michigan’s Positive Business Organization, is is an expert on leadership and positive change, which is why we paid special attention when he recently wrote about the challenges associated with motivating employees.
Employee Engagement for All
Many organizations have developed in-office programs to improve employee engagement levels, but what about the two thirds of all U.S. employees who don’t work in offices?