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Deloitte’s advice on rethinking employee engagement and becoming irresistible
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Deloitte’s advice on rethinking employee engagement and becoming irresistible

"The employee-work contract has changed: People are operating more like free agents than in the past. In short, the balance of power has shifted from employer to employee, forcing business leaders to learn how to build an organization that engages employees as sensitive, passionate, creative contributors. We call this a shift from improving employee engagement to a focus on building an irresistible organizationEmployee engagement is paramount for retaining and attracting today's top talent. Five elements and underlying strategies can make organizations “irresistible”."

Source: dupress.com

Employee engagement, or more to the point, the lack thereof, is a huge topic these days. This report by Deloitte does a good job of reframing the problem and the solution.


Stop Making Excuses for Your Flawed Data
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Stop Making Excuses for Your Flawed Data

Most managers readily admit that their organizations’ databases are rife with errors that add time and expense to day-in, day-out work. Most even suspect that these problems have grown worse, not better, with the explosive growth in data.

Source: hbr.org


There Are Risks to Mindfulness at Work
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There Are Risks to Mindfulness at Work

Mindfulness is close to taking on cult status in the business world. But as with any rapidly growing movement—regardless of its potential benefits—there is good reason here for caution.

Source: hbr.org


How to Manage Remote Direct Reports
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How to Manage Remote Direct Reports

Geographically dispersed teams are increasingly common in the modern workplace — perhaps you’re based in your company’s New York headquarters and your team works out of offices in Denver and Charlotte or maybe you’re in San Francisco and manage...

Source: hbr.org


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