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Cinthya Quijano
   

People at the Heart of Business

I want to talk about the greater aspect of Employee Engagement. The sad truth is that the statistics around this have not changed much since the Engage for Success research started. 1 out of 3 UK employees are disengaged. What I tell my clients, is if your engagement scores aren’t going up, staying still is still not a good thing.

Article by 15 February 2018

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The Precarious Journey of Vital Business Information Through the Corporate Labyrinth

Business information permeates in every functional aspect of an organization.  It is the primary driver of decision making and enables vibrant actions that are the harbingers of progressive/regressive corporate strides.  Organizations have a penchant for hastening the process of their blossoming/fading based upon their ability/inability to strengthen the foundational elements of managing information that can be encapsulated in the 5Ps, i.e., Produce, Polish, Propagate, Process and Preserve.

Article by 14 February 2018

Niall Cluley
   

The importance of embedding values into everyday behaviour

To make values live, breathe and stick, they need to be practised and visible in everything we say and do – formal and informal. They need to be meaningful and embedded into everyday behaviours. Mapping desired behaviours to your vision, purpose and values is fundamental to improving performance – it gives everything meaning. But how do you approach this? A good starting point is to identify what ‘good looks like’ and using this as a basis to develop a behaviours framework that works across all levels of the organisation and makes sense to everyone.

Article by 7 February 2018

Cinthya Quijano
   

Why we really need to focus on the Employee Experience

I still get funny looks when I talk to organisations around humanising the workplace or just getting them to try to stop thinking of humans as resources and just more like people. The worst part of it, is that I not only get these looks from organisational leaders but also HR colleagues who I thought would be up for a bit of disruption of the current status quo.

Article by 1 February 2018