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Tag Archives: Transparency in the workplace

Use data to verify effective communication strategies

Are you on a journey towards a more transparent leadership? Meet Dirk:   Transparent Leadership   Like many other good leaders I interview, Dirk Feldhaus, General Manager at Lohmann-Koester Mexico, is modest when he speaks about his transparent leadership and their workplace culture.   We had a chat about their 4 years of measuring employee morale on […]

4 steps to Continuous Improvement in the workplace

Continuous improvement in the workplace starts with you. And then with your team, right? 1. Seek continuous improvement: Step by step Continuous improvement isn’t about setting a high pace. It’s about finding a rhythm that works for your organization, it’s about changing everyone’s mindset to a systematic way of finding better ways to do things. Above all, […]

All staff meeting: I could hardly sit down, yet it was the best I attended

All staff meeting ideas   Some things at work make me happier than others. All staff meetings is among my top moments! I love it when companies get all their colleagues into the same room. All staff employee meetings are a great opportunity to make your company better. I love it when leaders show employees you are there for […]

Best Practices for Employee Engagement: Don’t Jump to Conclusions!

  Employee Engagement Best Practices One of the things we keep seeing in our data is that when workplaces are going through changes, whether it’s the possibility of an impending merger or moving offices, employee engagement results can get rocky. This was the case for Levi, a user from Potash Corp. The company is currently facing upcoming […]

What are your employees saying about you on Glassdoor?

Glassdoor: What are your employees saying about your company?   Glassdoor recently challenged companies to have a look at their stats: Is your company receiving more hits on your Glassdoor profile (company reviews provided by employees) or LinkedIn (content that your marketing team wrote)? Comments left by your employees on Glassdoor can have a strong […]