In December 2018 we launched a little something that's really going to help companies measure and manage employee experience and engagement.
Employee NPS (eNPS) is commonly used as a quick indicator of employee engagement because engaged (and loyal) employees are more likely to recommend their workplace.
It’s 6:30 on a Sunday morning and I’ve just tiptoed downstairs, made a coffee and sat down to write. I am Donna Jones and I flex all of the time.
Leadership style can make or break the success of an organisation, team, or project. While different leadership styles suit different situations, effective styles share one common trait – emotional intelligence
So you’ve probably heard about emotional intelligence (EQ), a key tool in a leader’s toolkit. But what have you heard of cultural intelligence (CQ)?
Many leaders are doing their best to take advantage of the employee experience movement early on by attempting to prioritise and improve EX within their organisations.
Leaders need to get results: whether revenue growth, return on sales, efficiency, profitability, employee satisfaction, or employee engagement. Quite the task! So how on earth do leaders do it?
In my inbox last week. “I always read your HR posts with interest. They are sometimes very entertaining. I do however struggle to relate them to my job....
Recently a colleague was relaying a conversation she’d had with another woman regarding how they both prefer working for male CEOs.
Mental wellbeing is a continuum. At the positive end you have flourishers. At the negative end you have languishers.
Remember when there was no easy way to access the internet and we couldn’t do our job effectively from anywhere other than our place of work? Me neither!
Sixty years ago Douglas McGregor from the MIT Sloan School of Management presented two theories of workforce motivation he named “Theory X” and “Theory Y.