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Of employees studied, 25% say they are fully
engaged at work and 19% say they are actively disengaged.
employees to be more engaged using positive reinforcement. Start by
understanding that everyone enjoys being recognized when they do good work.
Then begin to modify the management approach to employee recognition.
See articles below for steps to make this work.
When this begins
to work well, reinforce it even more with appropriate reward systems.
See these articles for suggestions on how to create a good reward system.
reinforcement could be the key to better results in human resource
management, which should lead to better business results as well.
reinforcement is a new concept in an organization, try a group discussion
activity to get people thinking about how this might help improve
performance. Find examples and a positive reinforcement exercise
is to have everyone in a group read the same book on positive reinforcement
and then get together to discuss what they learned from the book, ideas they
have tired and what worked best. A short business book on this topic
is Whale Done! The Power of Positive Relationships by Ken
Want to confirm your personal or
team attitude and skills? Check out the following free surveys and evaluations:
Want to learn more about being
positive at work? Check out the ideas presented by management
and on the blog
A man is but the product of his thoughts what he
thinks, he becomes. - By Mahatma Gandhi
A Way To Save Training $$$
Increasing Employee Knowledge!
your company looking for ways to reduce training costs? A couple of
simple ideas include offering short knowledge sessions in a specialized
company symposium, or consider holding
brown bag seminars and
book reviews during the lunch hour. These
sessions can be lead by experienced employees or may feature outside guests
speaking on business topics and answering questions that are relevant to
your industry. If you are interested in having the Meeting Wizard
speak at your company, please call 214-457-5736.
no-nonsense and much-needed self-paced guide to planning and conducting
meetings so that they are as productive, effectual, and smoothly run as
A Meeting Wizard's Approach
The business blog
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first anniversary last month. Its success is due to the 70 informative posts
and 8 excellent writers that appeared on the blog. New ideas and new
writers are expected for the coming year.