Work hard, play hard, as the saying goes. But what if working feels more like playing? Enter one of the biggest trends of the year: Gamification in the workplace
Society tolerates behaviors inimical to the wellbeing of your company.
Making the shift from managing your vision to executing it requires handing the operational reigns of your business over to your employees. Here’s how you make the leap.
An exhausted employee who naps is unproductive for a few minutes. One who doesn't nap is unproductive all day.
How the right office space can improve productivity, happiness and work-place engagement.
You might have heard people say that “sitting is the new smoking”, but do you know what that actually means for you and your employees?
Cultivating a positive work culture doesn’t have an end date. It requires ongoing commitment from all team members – irrespective of level – to step up, inspire and be true brand ambassadors. This starts with you, the leader.
Don't make your employees work longer – incentivise them to work better.
Discomfort and pain could be the reason your staff’s performance isn’t at its peak.
It's not about the perks, people.
Is the future of retail, three staff members and an army of robots? There are already plans in the works at Amazon to put this into action.
Focus more. Listen more.
Below is a list of ideas of team building events that are sure to keep your employees engaged.
To create true engagement among employees, leadership teams need to first understand what employees want.
Inhibiting your employees’ sense of purpose can obliterate team morale or job satisfaction. It’s the death knell for productivity and overall profitability for any business.
Here are a few tried and trusted tips that massively improved our team's’ productivity, while giving more control, and will do the same for you.
“The ultimate throttle on growth… is the speed at which you can get and keep A-Players” – Jim Collins.
Don’t let negative employees hamper your start-up’s growth. Your people should be a competitive advantage, not a disadvantage.
What’s Zappo’s secret to success? According to the company’s CEO, Tony Hsieh, the difference is customer service, which all comes down to company culture.
It's easy for organisations to strip out the human element of every process. Make sure that at your company you keep it in.