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‘Engagement’

The 5 A’s Of A Successful Employee Pulse Survey
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What is an employee engagement pulse survey? Employee engagement pulse surveys are short, succinct surveys that assess the levels of employee engagement within an organisation at a given time, including things like attitude towards the organisation and employee satisfaction.  Unlike annual employee engagement surveys, providing only a ‘snapshot’ of engagement, these surveys are used more […]

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Working From Home 101: An Employer’s Guide
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COVID-19 has caused unprecedented levels of disruption and forced businesses all around the world to close their offices and work remotely. Allowing your employees to work from home is essential at the moment, but it can also bring about various benefits. One of the biggest advantages of working remotely is that it will lower your […]

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4 Ways to Keep a Content Team Engaged
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Content teams present unique challenges to modern businesses. On the one hand, they’re increasingly essential. Even as so much of business is now automated, the need for strong content to drive and retain consumer engagement has never been clearer. On the other hand, content teams are also somewhat ill defined. They’re often comprised of remote […]

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Keeping Your Employees Engaged Through the Holidays
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Employee engagement is a huge challenge, especially when your team is scattered and working remotely. It’s difficult to overcome the natural barriers that form when each individual is wrapped in their own, isolated work-from-home bubble. The holidays present an even more challenging workplace engagement conundrum. As flexible remote-work schedules, personal activities, and holiday festivities begin […]

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Be More Engaged at Work – Thrive Professionally And Personally
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To prove a simple point – that you should strive to be more engaged at work – let us offer some statistics first: ● Low employee engagement costs US companies between $450 and 500 billion each year. ● Companies whose employees are invested in their work are 21% more profitable. ● However, that’s not the […]

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4 Ways To Inspire Employee Engagement And Boost Employee Retention
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A business is only as productive and successful as its employees. That is why every employer must strive to inspire employees to outdo themselves, encourage them to engage effectively and productively, and make sure they are happy both in their private lives and at the workplace. Most importantly, business owners and managers need to keep […]

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Mental Health Benefits Of Exercise
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Exercise is often a daily part of the day. Sometimes it’s lifting weights or running a few miles, while others prefer a nice stroll to get the heart rate up. Most look at exercise as a physical improvement but don’t realize just how much it is also doing for your mental health. As we approach […]

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Thriving at work – new ways to engage your people
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The lockdown saw enormous disruption to businesses, how they operate and where their staff actually were, as many moved from office to home working. Enabling this transformation meant companies needed to focus on listening to their people to engage with them and successfully improve their working experience. As we now move towards a more open […]

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The increasing importance of employee voice in today’s world
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In ‘normal times’, we all know the fundamental importance of employee voice as an enabler of engagement, helping organisations to improve efficiency, collaboration, decision making, or innovation, to identify customer needs, or highlight issues. And from an employee’s perspective, it is fundamental. I think most of us would agree we would prefer to work somewhere […]

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Using A Strategic Narrative In The Current Climate
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On a video conference for the Engage for Success (EfS), Area Network Ambassadors David MacLeod and Nita Clarke, our Co-Founders, talk with some of the Ambassadors and a couple of members of the EfS Core Team about the Four Enablers. This is how they felt that the first Enabler, Strategic Narrative, is relevant in the […]

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