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The key difference between engagement and culture surveys

[fa icon="calendar'] 14-Feb-2018 17:09:02 / by Rebecca Downie

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One of the key differences between engagement and culture surveys is that:

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Challenges in interpreting engagement data

[fa icon="calendar'] 14-Feb-2018 17:08:38 / by Rebecca Downie posted in Engagement, Measuring culture, Culture change, Culture planning

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One of the challenges in interpreting engagement data is that results can be influenced by employee reactions to climate factors such as a poor manager, the office environment, and recent organisational changes.  Consequently, it can be hard to determine whether results are truly reflective of the organisation’s engagement or if they have been skewed by a recent organisational event, such as downsizing. 

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Beyond the engagement survey

[fa icon="calendar'] 14-Feb-2018 17:08:17 / by Rebecca Downie

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Look beyond the traditional engagement assessment to find solutions to meet your business challenges.

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The masks that leaders wear

[fa icon="calendar'] 08-Feb-2018 11:34:03 / by Amanda Fajak posted in Leadership, Openness, Symbols, Amanda Fajak, Psychology

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Joseph Campbell once wrote ‘The privilege of a lifetime is being who you are’. What a profound yet simple set of words that seem somehow so difficult to achieve.

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Letting go of power is not easy. . . but you should give it a try

[fa icon="calendar'] 07-Feb-2018 16:27:15 / by Amanda Fajak posted in Culture change, Team culture, People-First, Managing behaviours, Amanda Fajak, Psychology

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I was only a teenager when I first read the question ‘what would I do if I weren’t afraid’. I was young and uncertain with all the angst of being young and not knowing my place in the world. I was filled naively with a confidence that when I grew up that I would become fearless as I would somehow have all the answers – or at least enough of them to be bold.

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