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Its all About Culture (as this inforgraphic shows)

Underlying so much of a business’s ability to succeed links directly back to the culture within.  From my perspective far too many companies simply allow their cultures to evolve, paying little attention to it and its impact on service, strategy achievement, change ability, attraction and retention of staff members and a horde of related factors. As … Continue reading

A New Look at Engagement – Talent Management magazine

See the article at: A New Look at Engagement – Talent Management magazine. Barb Krantz Taylors article in Talent Management Magazine, posted on Oct 21, 2011 provides an excellent look at the importance of engagement and productivity. Of particular interest are the 9 key drivers of engagement she outlines (see her post for the full details … Continue reading

Internal Communication contributes to certainty in organizations – Talent – Business Review

Internal Communication contributes to certainty in organizations – Talent – Business Review. Exploring the importance of internal communication during tough times in Romania…sounds like a good conversation among those participating – would have been nice to be there. Internal communication as a strategic tool… a message in here for all who aren’t yet convinced….

Occupy Wall Street protests spread – “Command & Control” Cultures Take Note

Over the past year we watched from afar as dictator after dick fell in response to mass movements of citizens,  united through the wonderous world of technology in the form of  Facebook, Twitter and all the other usual suspects.  How many of us watched the footage in hi-def and thought: Wow! They are going to … Continue reading

The Impact of Trust on Organizational Performance : HRVoice.org

The Impact of Trust on Organizational Performance : HRVoice.org. HRMA BC has just released the findings of a new study  on the impact of trust…on first glance I had to applaud the clarity of the report: employees who feel trusted by their organization become more willing to accept responsibility for their organizations performance and… …the … Continue reading

What Steve Jobs Learned From His Biggest Failure

What Steve Jobs Learned From His Biggest Failure. As a huge fan of and believer in the power of a great vision statement or image, I was really taken by the words of Steve Jobs halfway through this article: My passion has been to build an enduring company where people were motivated to make great … Continue reading

Re-engaging with Engagement – New EIU / Hay Report Offers Valuable C-Suite Insight

A new report from The Economist Intelligence Unit and The Hay Group – Re-engaging with Engagement – offers some extremely insight into the world of engagement from the perspective of the C-Suite. This short summary may well be this quote from the report: A sizeable discrepancy exists between what companies say about the perils of … Continue reading

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