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Sustaining Change in Your Organization

Have you even been part of a team that spent time and effort resolving a problem only to see their changes lost over time? The old problems return, and the outcome may be worse. Team members become frustrated when their … Continue reading

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Employee Involvement: Don’t Forget Your Supervisors

An article I read this week presented two interesting points about employee involvement: Employee surveys consistently show that the single most important factor in employee engagement is an employee’s relationship with his or her direct manager. In fact, employees don’t leave … Continue reading

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Labor and Management Behaviors to Build Employee Engagement

Last week, I wrote about examining your role in conflict situations. This time, I would like to turn attention to our roles in labor-management partnerships. When labor and management come together to create opportunities for employee engagement, leaders on both … Continue reading

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Engaging Employees to Get the Job Done Right

The last couple of entries I’ve written have been about why employees don’t do what is expected of them. This week, I read an article from HR Consultant Jim Tait that examined the same topic. He states that supervisors who … Continue reading

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