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  • Senior Leaders, You can be Private and Accessible

    Senior Leaders, You can be Private and Accessible

    Imagine this scenario: As a senior leader, you find yourself spending most of your time in your office, going from one meeting to the next and trying to keep up with your to-do list. It’s not that you are intentionally avoiding talking with employees, but it just doesn’t come naturally to you. You get it […]

  • Building Trust in Executives

    Building Trust in Executives

    EMPLOYEES INDICATE TRUST IN SENIOR LEADERS IS CRITICAL TO ENGAGEMENT Yes, trust matters when it comes to employee engagement. Newmeasures collected research from 100s of thousands of employees in 2016 that demonstrated that trust in Senior Leaders is significantly correlated to employee engagement, commitment, and confidence in the future of the organization. However, given that […]

  • In Gratitude: The Simple Yet Powerful Acts of a Great Supervisor

    It’s Thanksgiving season which of course is a time to give thanks for the blessings in both our personal and professional lives. It’s a time for reflection on the year ending and planning for the future. As part of this reflection, I’ve been thinking about the journey I’ve been on and my own personal growth. […]

  • What Best-in-Class Executive Teams do to Drive Employee Engagement

    What Best-in-Class Executive Teams do to Drive Employee Engagement

    Asking employees to give their feedback on an employee engagement survey can be anxiety-provoking for executive teams. Leaders know that engagement is important and that they should be asking for feedback, but sometimes the survey results can be a hard to take when they point to concerns around trust, communication, and organizational effectiveness. In my […]

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