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Engagement

    Personal Goals: Shoulds, Wants and Why
    25 Aug
    Personal Goals – The Shoulds, Wants and Why

    We’ve all heard it. We’ve probably all said it. “I should exercise more”, “You should study something”, or “I should work on my communication skills”. Where do these mysterious and vague shoulds come from and how do they link to our personal goals? Don’t get me...

    Wellness Programs for Improved Employee Engagement
    15 Aug
    Wellness & Wellness Programs for Employee Engagement

    If we’re to assume that someone with no prior knowledge to what a “wellness program” is, I’d say their guess at it is something to do with helping you live longer. In terms of its connection to the workforce, this assumption is quite warm. In...

    Benefits of a brand ambassador program on employee engagement
    11 Aug
    The Impact of Brand Ambassadors on Engagement

    It can be said that those who work in PR or Marketing for an organisation are those who speak for it. They use creative ways to create buzz, hype it up and attract stakeholders that are the cream of the crop. It could start with...

    The relationship between employee satisfaction and employee engagement
    08 Aug
    How to Improve Employee Satisfaction

    Some say that employee satisfaction  means they employee engagement . What’s wrong with this belief is that for starters, employers take this feeling of being satisfied to stem from what’s being given in return aka. a salary. Secondly, it’s not always true because you can totally...

    5 Reasons Why Positive Feedback is Important
    04 Aug
    A Practical Guide to Giving Positive Feedback

    When you’ve just completed something, it’s nice to have feedback to let us know how we’re going. It’s nice to know that what you’re doing is on the right track of what you’re supposed to be doing. Even better, it’s nice to know that you...

    The Science of Happiness in the Workplace
    02 Aug
    The Science of Happiness in the Workplace

    The first thought that comes to my mind when the word ‘happiness’ pops up is Pharrell Williams. Only because he’s made a smashing hit that mentions the word ‘happy’ approximately 57 times. Besides the point, going back to all things HR and all that progresses...

    Why Fostering Personal Growth Matters
    25 Jul
    Why Fostering Personal Growth Matters

    “When learning is purposeful, creativity blossoms. When creativity blossoms, thinking emanates. When thinking emanates, knowledge is fully lit. When knowledge is lit, economy flourishes.” ― A.P.J. Abdul Kalam (India’s 11th President) It’s true. Giving someone the opportunity of personal development is the seed to any type of...

    How Work Relationships Boost Employee Engagement
    19 Jul
    How Work Relationships Boost Employee Engagement

    Employee happiness and satisfaction is what most organisations strive for. This is only because they know what it’ll mean in return; they’ll receive peaking performance levels through productivity. That’s correct. This understanding isn’t wrong, but what we should really think about is how do we...

    How Defining Corporate Values Generates Employee Engagement
    13 Jul
    How Defining Corporate Values Can Generate Engagement

    According to a study carried by Wellcom & Opinion Way, 50 per cent of all organisations have defined a set of corporate values. Amongst them, more than a third of these companies have defined these values over 20 years ago. The results of this study...

    rewards and incentives
    29 Jun
    31 Rewards and Incentives to Consider For Employee Productivity

    When it comes to monthly board meetings, you panic for a split second. After laying out the unpleasant profitability figures, you know the sole reason to the small numbers lie with your division – HR. This means you’ve got twice as much work to do...