I had a fascinating day to day brushing up my skills (thank you Emma Lloyd) and this resulted in some long conversations about the importance of values and limiting decisions. This made me think about how much organisations neglect these issues in regard to their own employees. If you think about it, a business is…
Only 7.8% of the board members are women in top 250 companies. Find out why by watching my interview.
To gain emotional commitment we must become affective. This means that we must realise that we will affect the way other people feel – whatever we do.
Employee engagement surveys can be deceiving. You need to be asking the right questions in order to find out if employees are emotionally or transactionally engaged. Only emotionally engaged people will be committed to their company.
It’s time to stand up and be counted. The small things we do can change the world. Lets campaign to say “no” to wrong doing, and say “yes” to inclusiveness.