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Trust, or integrity, is a key driver of engagement which is also a key driver of business performance. Capital One and Barclays, two major players in financial services – a sector not currently blessed with a high reputation for trust – talked about how they use this critical organisational value to drive their businesses forward […]

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In today’s knowledge economy, competitive advantage is no longer secured purely through the access to capital or information – but by having employees come up with creative and novel ways of solving clients’ problems. To achieve this, organisations are increasingly dependent on the passion, creativity, energy and engagement of the workforce, and in particular on […]

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The release of NICE Performance Management helps organisations focus employees on important performance metrics and reward good work. NICE Systems announced that it is helping companies better engage employees with enhanced gamification capabilities in its latest release of NICE Performance Management . This release expands on the gamification tools introduced in June 2013, going beyond […]

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PwC has published a report addressing questions such as whether employee engagement plays a key role in the success of both CSR programs and company-wide outcomes. After all, staff members who feel valued and productive have higher retention rates, increased productivity and greater motivation to give back to their colleagues, employer, community and the planet. It is nearly impossible to […]

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NHS called on to accelerate efforts to engage staff in order to improve patient care, efficiency and financial performance A report published by The Point of Care Foundation shows that the way healthcare staff feel about their work has a direct impact on the quality of patient care as well as on an organisation’s efficiency and […]

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This Report by Robertson Cooper has been published annually since 2007. The strength of its perspectives and range of contributors, marks a real watershed for well-being. It gives great encouragement to see some of the world’s leading organisations putting employee well-being at the heart of their corporate strategies – Barclays, NHS Employers, Diageo, Atkins, the list goes on. […]

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Britain’s workers are feeling unloved by their employers, a new poll by Investors in People has found. Over half (54%) of full-time employees feel their employer doesn’t care about their health and wellbeing, as long as they get the job done. Health and Wellbeing Poll Key statistics • Britain’s workers are feeling unloved by their […]

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Dale Carnegie Training teamed with MSW Research to study the functional and emotional elements that affect employee engagement in the Banking Industry. A national representative sample of 150 banking employees revealed that a little over one-third of those surveyed were identified as being “Fully Engaged” while about 1 out of 7 were “Disengaged”. At the […]

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Peter Drucker refers to our organisational climate as a “post-capitalist economy”—one in which knowledge rather than capital is the prime determinant of marketplace value. This primacy of knowledge requires organisations to do an optimal job of engaging the broadest possible base of talent if they are to succeed in the global marketplace. Every potential contribution needs to […]

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