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Boost staff morale at the exit door

  • January 1, 2020
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Measure employee morale – At the exit door! A simple way to measure and improve staff morale. Take small steps to a better workplace and show your employees that you care! Or as one leader told us “employee engagement is easy, you just make time in your agenda and do little things every day”. In an ideal world, employee […]

How others launched the Celpax device to their employees

  • January 28, 2019
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How 8 leaders launched their Celpax device Finax put up posters on the walls of the break room so that everyone would understand what it was they were hoping to achieve. “I learnt Change Management at IKEA and thus know how important it is to create awareness within the company in order to get everyone […]

The BASF approach to improve work culture

  • January 11, 2019
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An example of how a manufacturing site improve their work culture: “So what makes us press the green or red button?” After Christophe de Monie launched the question there was silence in the room. It took a while for the employees at BASF to open up and start talking about how to improve their work […]

“Let the employees bring forward suggestions on how to improve employee morale”

  • January 20, 2017
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In our last post Rob Hurrell from Surface Technology explained how they’re transforming their metal finishing company into a fun and learning environment. “A mood device from Celpax gives us a KPI of our people and it is part of our business plan. We want to strategically change the business based on our findings and adjust trainings, […]

Inside the Dyn company culture

  • September 16, 2016
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If you were happy with your company culture and opened your first overseas office… would you try to mirror your culture and values across the globe? Of course. But, what if the new team don’t recognise themselves in your mirror? Here’s how Dyn continue to approach their global identity. It was in 2011 that Dyn […]