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I recently had a client ask me the following question:
“In the past several weeks, Pokémon Go has created a widespread distraction in my workplace. How may I legally reduce the negative impact that this game may be having with my employees’ productivity and, more importantly, their safety?”
I found his concerns to be well placed. With this game’s rising popularity are valid concerns of employee productivity and, yes, their safety. We all can agree that this is not the fir
Getting employee engagement right has always been a mixture of art and science.
There are numerous research studies, models and frameworks that are crucial to operationalizing engagement initiatives, but when dealing with the beautiful complexities of human nature, we can’t underestimate the importance of the nuanced artistic touches needed to make those initiatives really click.
With so much to get right, and with so much at stake, leaders would be well-served to util
The importance of outside feedback for a growing company. Jim Canfield interviews Keith McFarland about the importance of outside feedback through a source like Renaissance Executive Fourms. Keith McFarland is the author of the best-selling business book, The Breakthrough Company. Jim Canfield is CEO of Renaissance Executive Forums.