Olaf Grewe

Mein Eindruck

Employee Engagement

Dazu habe ich auf Storify eine Liste mit Beiträgen erstellt, die mir irgendwie wichtig erscheinen. Viel Spass beim rumstöbern.

Being a good Manager

Want Your New Employees‘ Personal Commitment? Take Their Onboarding Personally

You get the employee engagement you deserve. If you don’t engage with them, they won’t engage with you. If all you need is compliance, indirect communication is fine. If you want them to contribute, you’ll need direct communication. If you want them to commit to the cause, you must make an emotional connection with them. By George Bradt

 

 

10 Reasons Employees Really Care About Their Jobs

Advertisement What makes a job more than just a list of duties? Caring. Pay is important. Benefits are important. But pay and benefits are also expected; what makes employees go the extra mile is the feeling of belonging to a team, of pursuing a higher purpose, of working with people who care about them as people, not as employees. By Jeff Haden

Having good internal communication in place

Why Your Office Needs More Transparency

We hear it all the time — transparency can give your company a competitive edge. But what does a transparent workplace look like? Some companies level the playing field by making the promotion process more transparent, while others promote transparency to reduce employee stress.By Rachel Gillet

Personal development

Having a great workplace

Can People Collaborate Effectively While Working Remotely?

Google’s Vint Cerf emphasizes the importance of frequent opportunities for casual interactions between coworkers. Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer made headlines a year ago when she instituted a policy stating that the company’s employees could no longer work from home except occasionally, when they had a specific reason for doing so. By Gallup

 

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Dieser Eintrag wurde veröffentlicht am 4. April 2014 von in Management.
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