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Business Recovery Covid-19: People Engagement

  People Engagement: Covid-19 Business Recovery Plan   “People engagement – it’s never been more critical”, says Paul Greenaway, CEO at In-gage. He’s sharing 3 tips for a Covid-19 Business Recovery Plan.   Tremendous pressure on leaders As founder of a new business, In-gage, that is 100% focussed on helping organisations implement and deliver people […]

8 benefits to measure employee engagement in real time

  Real time Employee engagement measurement tools 1. Resolve issues before they escalate With an ongoing pulse check you can find out about problems when they actually occur. Not 3 months later when employee retention is a problem, or when sales and profits plummet. When your team managers get real-time employee engagement reports, they’ll know how their […]

Black Friday workers: How to avoid a #RedButton day

  Dreading the impact of Black Friday on your workers?   Black Friday workers are preparing for a very stressful day: What’s the impact on employee morale?   Our data shows that Black Friday tends to maximize red button feedback at workplaces. As the holiday season goes on, our daily employee morale data tends to […]

Employee Morale: How to Improve Cross-Generational Communication

As the oldest members of Generation Z have started entering the workforce, the modern business world has become more generationally diverse than years prior. Let’s improve cross-generational communication!   While some business leaders believe that all people are people, there are a few key differences between the generations that affect how individuals work, what they look […]

4 steps to Continuous Improvement in the workplace

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, to find out how to work better as a team. What we hear from […]

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