Archive for values SmartBlogs
How clear is your team’s “organizational constitution”? Does every team member understand and align to your team’s desired purpose, values, strategies, and goals?
If team members don’t know or don’t align to your team’s purpose, values, strategies, and goals, your team will experience inconsistent performance, team member conflict, the inability to shift to embrace a new goal, and worse.[…] Continue Reading »
This post is part of the series “Communication,” a weeklong effort co-hosted by SmartBrief’s SmartBlog on Leadership and the folks at Switch & Shift. Keep track of the series here and check out our daily e-mail newsletter, SmartBrief on Leadership. Don’t subscribe? Sign up.
Does your organization care about employee engagement? Does it have a set of values employees know and understand?[…] Continue Reading »
In my last post about how there is a growing schism between the values held by employees and those held by their employers, and how it’s driving employees out the door.
I noted that 54% of millenials are planning on leaving their firms to try entrepreneurship. This is a big number, but even that is dwarfed by a study by Harris Interactive that found 74% of employees of all ages would look for another job if they could.[…] Continue Reading »
A.G. Lafley will be taking the helm once again as CEO of consumer-products giant Procter & Gamble.
He retired from the company four years ago and is replacing Bob McDonald, the person he identified as his successor. As a P&G alumnus, I got a note sent by Lafley to the employees of P&G. Here is his note; it reminded me of all the reasons I am grateful for having worked at that company.[…] Continue Reading »
The Denver Post recently announced the results of its second annual Top Workplaces program. The rankings are based on over 32,000 employee surveys from 183 employers in the Denver area.
Employees scored employers on a wide range of areas, including appreciation of workers, company direction, confidence in senior leadership, workplace values and ethics, encouragement of ideas, competence of management, and pay and benefits.[…] Continue Reading »