Brooks: Want better managers? You need to develop better employees

HRExecutive

Everyone in HR knows the mantra that “employees join organizations and leave managers.” The health of the manager-employee relationship is hugely predictive of performance, engagement, advancement and retention of employees.

The Power of Thanks * 33Voices Interview

RecognizeThis!

A few highlights from the interviews: Money may get your team to show up to work, but it’s the psychological contract that will ignite the best in them. If you find yourself constantly talking about your culture, seeking to teach people about it, talking culture at your people rather than pointing it out over and over as its happening, it should be clear that the culture you want isn’t fully part of your company. by Derek Irvine. Recognize This!

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Career, Community, Cause – Growth, Relationships, Meaning

Compensation Cafe

Facebook people leaders and Wharton professor and author Adam Grant recently collaborated on analysis of surveys of Facebook employees and their thoughts on what really matters to them – at work and in life. It’s at the heart of intrinsic motivation. This mirrors findings of 23,000 employees from more than 15 industries and 45 countries around the world in research conducted by the IBM Smarter Workforce Institute and the Globoforce WorkHuman Research Institute.

How to Successfully Engage Employees in 2017

TalentCulture

As more and more millennials come of working age, it’s becoming increasingly important for companies to prominently exhibit their corporate social responsibility policies on either their website or their employee handbooks—in part because CSR is proving to be increasingly vital to attracting and retaining quality employees. In order for employees to feel engaged, it helps for them to feel as if the company they work for is working to benefit society in some way.

How To Successfully Engage Employees In 2017

SuccessFactors

As more and more millennials come of working age, it’s becoming increasingly important for companies to prominently exhibit their corporate social responsibility policies on either their website or their employee handbooks—in part because CSR is proving to be increasingly vital to attracting and retaining quality employees. In order for employees to feel engaged, it helps for them to feel as if the company they work for is working to benefit society in some way.