Tuesday, September 25, 2007

How to Keep Employees

We live on talent as business leaders so how do we motivate and retain that talent within our organisations...here are a few articles to help

Drew McLellan presents Is your little red wagon stuck? posted at The Marketing Minute.

Anna Farmery presents Leaders Have Great Balance posted at The Engaging Brand

Jay Gordon Cone presents Authentic CSR creates higher employee engagement posted at Interaction Associates - Thought leadership and practical tools for collaboration., saying, "Today's employees expect to care about what they do. If they love their work, they're more willing to give additional discretionary effort to see meaningful projects succeed."

David B. Bohl presents Surviving (Tolerating, Accepting, and Eluding) Negative People, Places, and Situations : Slow Down Fast Today! posted at Slow Down Fast Today!.

Edith Yeung presents How to Read People and Get Your Point Across? posted at Edith Yeung.Com: Dream. Think. Act..

Jason Rakowski presents How to Deliver the Ultimate in Customer Service Delight posted at Learn Good Customer Service, saying, "With the right approach you can add wow factor to your customer experiences and develop mutually beneficial long term relationships with them."

Carmen Van Kerckhove presents If diversity training doesn’t work, why do companies do it? posted at Race in the Workplace - how race and racism influence our working lives, saying, "Companies are twice as likely to invest in diversity training than any other type of diversity initiative because their real motivation is to mitigate risk."

Christopher J. Brunner presents Implementing a Wellness Program posted at GreatFX Business Cards, saying, "The cost of health benefits for employers and employees alike is a rising concern, especially for smaller business owners. Though it can’t get rid of the cost all together, implementing a wellness program into your employees’ working lifestyle can save you money."

Tupelo Kenyon presents Make Assumptions Obsolete by Communicating posted at Tupelo Kenyon, saying, "We assume because we don’t know. We don’t know because we don’t ask. We don’t ask because we act as if we already know. Or, we don’t want to appear stupid. So we make an assumption. Then we forget it is merely something we made up, and we behave as if it’s a fact. When the facts are known, it would never occur to us to assume. The solution is clear communication. When we know the truth, assumptions are forever unnecessary."

David B. Bohl presents Fulfillment and Leadership : Slow Down Fast Today! posted at Slow Down Fast Today!.

Debra Moorhead presents Integrity in Today’s Workplace posted at Debra Moorhead.com.

Ivan Rios presents Go Beyond Responsibility posted at artofleading.net.

Ivan Rios presents How To Make Your Team Happy posted at artofleading.net.

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