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5 Keys: How to Become an Inspirational Leader

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According to Great Leadership , organizations with the highest quality leaders were 13 times more likely to outperform their competition in key bottom-line metrics such as financial performance, quality of products and services, employee engagement and customer satisfaction. CEOs are focusing on leadership development opportunities for their workforce more than ever to maximize business performance and encourage their employees to reach their full potential.

How to Get Executives On Board with Employee Rewards and Recognition Programs

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Donald Clifton’s book How Full Is Your Bucket revealed the number one reason people leave their jobs is because they don’t feel appreciated. But there’s a proven way to address this problem: focus on employee engagement. According to a Harvard Business Review study , 71% of respondents rank employee engagement as very important to achieving overall organizational success and recognition happens to be the #1 driver of employee engagement.

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5 Eye-Opening HR Stats: Why Employee Recognition Matters

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Employees are arguably the most important component of a successful business. Employees put a human face on the product, build relationships with customers, and define the work culture that feeds business performance – yet 32% of companies struggle to retain top talent. What defines an effective retention strategy varies from business to business, but there is one common element that has been found to work across most business types and sectors: employee recognition.

Beyond Employee Engagement: 6 Tips to Improve the Employee Experience

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“There are only three measurements that tell you nearly everything you need to know about your organization’s overall performance: employee engagement, customer satisfaction, and cash flow. It goes without saying that no company, small or large, can win over the long run without energized employees who believe in the mission and understand how to achieve it.” – Jack Welch, former CEO of GE. Engaging employees is no easy feat.

How Celebrating Workplace Milestones Improves Employee Engagement

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However, n o matter how busy you are, it’s always important to take the time to celebrate employee milestones in the workplace. Whether you reward an entire department or give a shout-out to an individual employee, appreciating even the smallest details can do wonders for company morale and employee engagement. Appreciation and engagement. Tanner’s white paper. This, in turn, will have an effect on productivity.

10 Fun Ideas for Celebrating Work Anniversaries

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On the inside, you’re full of warm-hearted gratitude for the loyalty of employees who stick around for the long haul. The question to ask yourself is whether your team knows how much you appreciate their efforts. They can’t read your mind, so celebrating employee milestones and work anniversaries is a way to showcase your positive energy and spread it around. An easy way to strengthen your work culture is to recognize employees on their work anniversaries.

Who’s the Real Flight Risk? Why Employees Leave (And Stay)

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Engage Blog. Employee Engagement. Employee Feedback. Employee Retention. Employee Engagement. Employee Feedback. Employee Retention. Employee Retention. Why Employees Leave (And Stay). Why Employees Leave (And Stay). Do they feel well-compensated and appreciated? When employees build up a cushion of paid time off (PTO) and are given several more weeks each year, it’s very difficult to start over elsewhere.

My Employees Are All Millennials - Here’s How I Manage and Retain Them

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Confronting with kindness can save employees from an embarrassing situation later on or alert them to a habit they are still young enough to change. Confronting need not be limited to your interactions with employees either. Employees appreciate when you confront vendors on their behalf about unacceptable behavior or frustrating bugs. Workers appreciate when you go to bat for them with a client or demanding customer. Hiring Managers Employee Retention