Editor’s note: According to research from Towards Maturity, fostering conversation and connection is key to developing more relevant and responsive learning.
Editor’s note: Robin Hoyle makes some good points about setting expectations around learning programmes as well as thinking about how the overall programme can work in a way that is useful for participants (and their managers).
Editor’s note: There’s a good message here for anyone trying to get colleagues on board with new ways of doing things. It is: understand what is exciting to them about the new ways of doing things and sell that concept. I guess some would call it ‘engagement’.
Useful data on the scale of video usage online and the power of video in…
This infographic outlines how managers can get the best from their teams. The Manager’s Role…
Editor’s note: Dan Pontefract looks at the issue of employee engagement through the lens of leadership. It is not a pretty picture, according to the research he cites.
Editor’s note: ‘In order to get more from their employees and contractors, in order to re-engage them, organizations must, simply, give them more. Not as employees, but as human beings.’ A great post on engagement and why organisations need to treat colleagues as humans.
Editor’s note: To quote from the article: ‘When leaders, managers and employees ALL adequately commit and employees take the time to not only find a place to work, but rather find their place with work, we’ll see quantifiable change.’ A useful opinion on engagement from the employee perspective.
Editor’s note: Employee surveys reinvented. Now there is no reason not to know how your colleagues feel.
Editor’s note: Empowered workers whose activities are aligned with the business will also be your most engaged employees . . .
Editor’s note: Clive Shepherd continues his series on transforming L&D – in this article he looks at how to make it engaging.
Editor’s note: Is employee engagement something SMEs understand or actually need?
Editor’s note: The wonders of data analytics. Match engagement data with appraisal data and what do you find? The worst performing employees are the most engaged.
Editor’s note: Former Asda CEO Archie Norman on how his exec team turned around the ailing supermarket and what ‘engagement’ can look like.
Editor’s note: A look at who should be responsible for employee engagement in the organisation.