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Want More Employee Productivity? Figure Out Their “Flow”

HR Bartender

I was excited to see that flow is one of the topics being covered at this year’s WorkHuman conference powered by Globoforce. Catherine] Flow is a mental state of being so fully engaged in a task that you lose track of time and place. Let me give you an example.

Using Technology to Improve Engagement and Boost Productivity

Get Hppy

With recent technology advancements, organizations are finding new ways to improve engagement and create a productive atmosphere at the office. As NY Times bestselling author Kevin Kruse explains , “It is an emotional commitment the employee has to the organization and its goals”.

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The Business Benefits of Mindful Leadership

HR Bartender

I’m really looking forward to attending this year’s WorkHuman Conference because one of the speakers, Pandit Dasa, a mindfulness expert and former monk, is speaking on mindful leadership. Pandit was generous to share his time with me and provide a sneak peek into mindful leadership.

Science-Backed Ways to Run Better Meetings

WorkHuman

You run from meeting to meeting only to be left with no time at the end of the day to get the work done that you talked in those meetings. Globoforce: Can you share more about your new book and why you wrote it? Globoforce: Would the world be a better place without meetings?

WorkHuman: Still on My A-List for Conferences

The People Equation

Check out this wrap video: The second time around, the event was less of a blur for me, and my recap thoughts flowed pretty easily. Here goes: The number of Humans in attendance grows. Conference organizer Globoforce has seen its conference take flight.

The Countdown is On For #WorkHuman 2017

Women of HR

Give me the opportunity to attend one and I’m probably going to jump on it. I’m fortunate that I’ve had the opportunity to attend a variety of different conferences over the years, some of them on an annual basis. One that is newer to my repertoire but quickly becoming one of my favorites is the WorkHuman conference, pioneered by recognition giant Globoforce. This conference is now in its third year, and this year will be my second time attending.

The Countdown is On For #WorkHuman 2017

Women of HR

Give me the opportunity to attend one and I’m probably going to jump on it. I’m fortunate that I’ve had the opportunity to attend a variety of different conferences over the years, some of them on an annual basis. One that is newer to my repertoire but quickly becoming one of my favorites is the WorkHuman conference, pioneered by recognition giant Globoforce. This conference is now in its third year, and this year will be my second time attending.

Notes from the road #20 - Spring event roundup edition

Steve Boese

Since the Spring event season is just about over, (I think I have one more to attend, the always interesting HireVue event in a couple of weeks), I wanted to share at least a small part of what I saw, heard, and learned at a few of these events from early 2016. Greenhouse - This was the most recent event I have attended, so it is very fresh in my mind. That’s a quick look at four of the events I was able to attend in the last few months.

#HRTechConf: My Top 5 Highlights

TalentCulture

Over four days, 4,000 attendees came together with 300 exhibiting companies to learn, network and witness 60 new product announcements! For example I had lots of fun trying to connect with Jo White from Tower Watson. Innovation And Product Launches.

Eight Upcoming Talks You’d Be Crazy to Miss. Seriously.

WorkHuman

We all have limited time. And there are a LOT of things out there to read and see and attend. But how can we know which sessions and talks are worth our time and will get our minds and hearts racing—and which talks are going to be a snoozefest that leave us wanting our wasted time back? For the first time in history, four distinct generations are sharing the workplace, and sometimes it feels as if they’re living in four different worlds.

How to Detect and Correct Low Employee Morale Before it Spreads

SnackNation

Low employee morale is a silent killer of workplace productivity and performance. Sign 1: Lack of attendance and engagement. Studies have found that people with low wellbeing scores can cost a company up to $28,000 a year in sick-day expenses and lost productivity.

A Different Kind of Diversity #WorkHuman

Women of HR

I classify myself as an “extroverted introvert” – I do enjoy being around people, but I appreciate my alone time just as much. I work in a pretty “chatty” environment that makes it hard to concentrate at times, and the walls certainly help. And if we make assumptions that everyone thrives in the same type of environment, we may be missing the mark and sacrificing productivity and achievement. I attended for the first time last year, and am anxious to return this year.

HR Tech Weekly: Episode #209: Stacey Harris and John Sumser

HR Examiner

Plus, IBM apologizes for using ethnic labels like ‘yellow’ and ‘mulatto’ on job application, Globoforce becomes workhuman, JobCase raises $100MM, and Landit Snags $13 Million in a Round Led by WeWork. Globoforce becomes workhuman Link ». And it was really unusual first time in 20.

The Six Steps To Build A Remarkable Workplace

TalentCulture

By prioritizing people-centric initiatives, their companies achieve on average at least four times the profit growth (Aon Hewitt People Practices Inventory 2011) and three times the share market returns (Russell Investment Group 2011) compared to average companies.

25 Employee Engagement Activities To Reinvent Your Workforce

Vantage Circle

The truth is that most managers treat employee engagement as a one-time thing. Decide on what basis will you select the employees: Staying late doesn’t mean being more productive. What happens in these TGIF meetings that makes it a great example of employee engagement activities?

#Employee Feedback Is The Killer App #HR

TalentHQ

We can “like,” “rate,” or “evaluate” almost everything we buy – leading to a better shopping experience, better customer service, and products that more quickly adapt to our needs. Is it scary to think that employees can give us their opinion any time they want?

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