Employee Engagement

Employee Engagement

Employee Engagement

5 Benefits of Meditation in Your Professional Life

Meditation is the oldest personal development technique in the world. It has way more than five benefits – this could easily have been a list of 100 meditation benefits. But these are five of the keys to a happier, more fulfilling life, so rather than burden you with a pile of stress inducing reading, let’s keep it simple and start with these. In any case, reading about those other benefits will not make them part of your life. Meditation practice will. So let’s use the extra time for that so that you can experience the remarkable effects of this wonderful practice first hand. [...]

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Published in Mindfulness at Work

How Does the Brain and Neuroplasticity Affect your Time Management

Personal Productivity , Habits , Videos , allyson lewis , howtos
Allyson Lewis author, The 7 Minute Solution: Creating a Life with Meaning 7 Minutes at a Time. This segment is an introduction to how the human brain can change and…[...]

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The Fallacy of Focus

Focus is held in high esteem in our culture and in business. We medicate, caffeinate, and meditate to summon it. It’s celebrated on billboards and taught through thousands of books and workshops. [...]

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Published in Employee Engagement

Shining a Light on Focus

You may remember from high school science that ‘focus’ is where rays of light converge. Yet, too many of us internalized it as something hard, oppressive, and unyielding.

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Published in Employee Engagement

The ‘Engagement Ring’

You’ve seen the research. Read the reports. Talked to leaders and employees alike. You know that despite our quantifiable understanding of the bottom-line impact of employee engagement, it continues to elude most organizations. [...]

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Published in Employee Engagement

Expert Dialogues with Julie Winkle

Given the challenges organizations face in keeping their employees engaged and productive they can use all the help that is available. With that in mind there are few more insightful voices around than Julie Winkle Giulioni. Julie introduces herself as an Instructional designer, learning strategist, owner of “Design Arounds”, an e-learning and training consulting firm, and co-author of “Help them grow or watch them go”. She consults with a variety of organizations on issues related to improving results. In this interview we took this opportunity to pick her brains about issues related to employee engagement. [...]

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Published in Employee Engagement

Employee Engagement and Happiness

A dialogue between Alexander Kjerulf and David Zinger. Alex is the Chief Happiness Officer at woohooinc.com and David Zinger is the head of Zinger associates at davidzinger.com [...]

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Employee Engagement Myths and Kaizengagement Workshop: Small is the New Significant

Three Parts. The workshop was divided into 3 parts. The first hour involved creating dialogue with the participants on 21 common myths of employee engagement. The second part was a presentation on kaizengagement: six tactical and practical engagement approaches. The third part was a gathering of most participants at a local establishment for further discussion and networking. [...]

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4 Big Ideas: Marks & Spencer’s Keys to Employee Engagement

Here are a few snippets on engagement from Tanith Dodge, the HR director for Marks & Spencer [...]

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Sustainability and Focus

Sustainability , success , Purpose , personal energy , focus , goals , burnout , achievement

Sustainability gets a lot of attentions these days… and rightly so. As a society, we’re bringing greater consciousness to the preservation and endurance of the environment, energy, and more.

Yet, there’s one precious natural resource that rarely gets the same attention. And for too many people, it’s reaching dangerous depletion levels.

How sustainable is the personal energy you bring to the focus you deploy against your goals, mission, and purpose in life?

Throughout our upbringing, school and work experiences, many successful individuals have learned and honed a potentially destructive form of focus: the forced and fierce variety. You may recognize it as a sense of intensity and drive that propels you forward toward your goals… and toward complete burn-out. [...]

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Published in Employee Engagement

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