Employee engagement continues to be a top issue for today’s leaders. We’ve rounded up some of the latest research on the topic.
As a problem-solver and story teller, one must try to avoid turning into a creative zombie by seeking new sources of inspiration at the well of the familiar, even as it often runs dry. Revisit, recalibrate, retool. Refresh.
One way to more effectively introduce desired brand behaviors and make them stick is by respecting the way our brains work.
Passion and purpose for one’s work is something we find incredibly inspiring here at Baker. Here’s the story of an individual whose passion and purpose are reflected in every aspect of his work.
Purpose has the power to fuel organizational performance. It’s the answer to the questions: “Why do we exist?” and “What is the difference we are trying to make in the world?”
If you want to change employee behavior, the first question to ask yourself is, do you really care about them as people?
Let’s dive beyond ping-pong tables, team huddles and on-site massages to a deeper conversation about employee engagement—namely, its biological underpinnings.
What it boils down to is quite simple: these companies have unparalleled relationships with their employees, customers, partners and shareholders.
The Container Store is a worthwhile experience. In fact, it’s the sort of exceptional brand experience every company should strive for.
You don’t have to be in the high math group to figure this out. I firmly believe that the only way you get great employees is by hiring the right people and then paying real attention to them.