Bob’s Blog

Blog by TMI Director, Bob Moore

Employee Engagement Ideas

A June 2008 Employee Engagement Survey by HR Solutions of Chicago revealed that employees were more engaged with their work when they felt: Supported by their manager when making suggestions to correct work place problems. Valued and recognized as an important part of the team. Their manager was helpful and friendly towards them. So what […]

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Employee Engagement

Bosses are increasingly worried that a lack of employee engagement will damage business performance. Research by the Economist Intelligence Unit, sponsored by Hay Group, revealed that 84 per cent of executives working across Europe and the Middle East see disengaged employees as a major threat to their business. Despite this concern, the study also discovered […]

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Employee Engagement Ideas

Employees represent the brand, the image, and core values of an organization. Those same employees are also responsible for carrying out the strategy and achieving the business objectives that have been defined by leadership. All of that becomes a lot harder to accomplish when they are disengaged and a lot easier when they are. So […]

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Employee Engagement

In our last newsletter we discussed how important employee engagement is for retaining good employees, increasing customer satisfaction, and ultimately increasing profits.  In First Break all the Rules: What the World’s Greatest Managers Do Differently, Marcus Buckingham describes the factors which lead to an effective workplace and concludes that an employee’s manager, not the company, […]

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The Five Reasons Your Best Employees May Jump Ship and How to Prevent It

from the Turning Good People Into Top Talent blog series By Bob Moore, CMC, Managing Principal, Talent Management Institute TINYpulse recently published the results of 400,000 survey responses about workplace issues from employees at 500 companies around the world.  Combined with other sources, here are the top five influences on retention: Colleagues: 51% of workers […]

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