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5 Key Drivers of Employee Engagement

Posted on December 17, 2015

Employee Disengagement Disengaged employees have needs that are being neglected. As soon as they begin lacking motivation and become disengaged from their daily work, their productivity plummets. Many employers then think the best solution is to increase salaries, benefits and perks. Those tactics might work for a while, but in the long run those solutions are doomed. Managers then become

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How to Challenge Interpretations

Posted on November 24, 2015

https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&video_id=CjISKqaZqUs Are your interpretations sabotaging your relationships, your life or your success? Energy Block #2: Interpretations What are interpretations?  They are your unique set of beliefs about a given situation. Often times they limit are chances for success if we don’t challenge them. An interpretation is the meaning, or story, we attach to people, events,

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How to Challenge your Inner Critic

Posted on November 22, 2015

Energy Block #4: Rogue Inner Critic Do you ever hear a little voice inside your head that says, “This isn’t going to work,” or “I’m not good enough, smart enough, or experienced enough?” Say hello to your rogue inner critic. That little voice wants us to always play small and play it safe, and when

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How to Challenge Assumptions

Posted on November 19, 2015

Energy Block #3: Assumptions Assumptions are beliefs that since something happened in the past, it will repeat itself in the future. Because assumptions are based on our personal experiences, they have more catabolic energy associated with them than either interpretations or limiting beliefs. The assumptions we have often come from personal experiences filled with pain

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Creating and Implementing Your Company Vision

Posted on November 16, 2015

A vision is a picture of where your organization will be in 3, 5, 10, and 20 years. The Importance of a Vision A vision creates clarity and unity of purpose and will: Unite and inspire your stakeholders. Guide you and your C-Suite executives when faced with challenging decisions. Give your employees a sense of:

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Employee Engagement Training and Development

Posted on November 11, 2015

Employee Engagement Training and Development The most successful leaders know that their job is like that of a great coach: unleash the full power, energy and potential of their team members. They know that people, even the best athletes, are only ever limited by their own mindsets. They know that attitude is altitude and that the

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Employee Engagement Ideas for Managers

Posted on November 6, 2015

31 Employee Engagement Ideas for Managers According to Gallup’s latest Employee Engagement Poll, 87% of the global workforce is disengaged. It’s now more important than ever to inspire, motivate and engage your leadership team. To do that you’ll want to appeal to what matters most to them. What follows is a list of key employee engagement ideas for managers, directors and senior

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Raising Employee Engagement Levels

Posted on October 27, 2015

Employee Engagement: What’s Missing? Companies today are wasting millions of dollars trying to raise employee engagement levels with little to no success. Most employee engagement programs don’t work. Why? Because they look to address the effect: disengaged employees, not the cause; disengaged leaders. Employees today are disengaged because they don’t feel connected to the leaders or the organizations they

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Employee Engagement Ideas for Managers

Employee Engagement and Listening

Posted on October 20, 2015

Effective Listening Engages In many ways, Adrian Aragon was a great CEO; hard-working and completely devoted to his staff and organization, but it was not until he analyzed his CEO performance review that he noticed the blind spot in his leadership: the gap between how he saw his communication, and how his employees were interpreting

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