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One of the key puzzles of engagement is why people work so willingly in their spare time on voluntary projects, when it is so hard to get them interested in the work they are being paid for. This set of practical resources from WeThrive.net unravels some of the mysteries of human motivation, explains why there […]

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This third edition of Exploring Internal Communication includes new chapters on the history of internal communication, the evolution of employee engagement, the current state of practice, change communication, storytelling, research and measurement, an internal communication measurement dashboard, intranet management and internal social media.It argues that internal communication practice is about keeping employees informed and at […]

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In the 20th century, in casting the ideal CEO, we took our cues from MBAs and the military. But many of the most recent superstars, such as Steve Jobs, Jeff Bezos, and Larry Page don’t seem to fit that model. So is it the most effective model for the 21st century? Leaders who understand the […]

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Many organisations believe that the Millennial generation is paving the way for innovation, yet employers struggle to understand what makes this generation tick. Alongside this issue, in spite of decades of equal opportunities legislation in the Western world, women are still scarce in the most senior positions in organisations. This has led to heated debates […]

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Employee Engagement in Theory and Practice Edited by Catherine Truss, Kerstin Alfes, Rick Delbridge, Amanda Shantz, Emma Soane Employee engagement, as both a way of managing employees and in terms of the psychological experience of work, is currently of great significance to employers and employees alike. A weight of evidence supporting the need for employee […]

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What is it about? ​Fundamentally this book is about bringing yourself to work. It presents the core belief that the only thing you can control is your attitude, and with positive attitude comes better engagement, better morale and better results. It’s presented as a simple fable – based on the experiences of the authors with […]

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The use of the written term ‘employee engagement’, according to Google Analytics, has overtaken phrases such as staff incentives and employee motivation for the first time since 1920.’ Enterprise Engagement Alliance bulletin, March, 2011 ENGAGEMENT IS NOT JUST ABOUT EMPLOYEES OR HR Brand, enterprise and corporate engagement are relatively new terms that describe the many […]

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