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4 characteristics of the most successful teams

[fa icon="calendar'] 19-Feb-2018 14:50:26 / by Jerome Parisse-Brassens posted in Managing culture, Communication, Openness, Responsibility, Team culture, One-Team, Trust, Jerome Parisse-Brassens

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We’ve all been part of great teams and not-so-great teams. But have you ever stopped to think at what makes a team great or not? Here’s my take on it.

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How to turn your employees into brand advocates

[fa icon="calendar'] 19-Feb-2018 14:33:13 / by Jerome Parisse-Brassens posted in Engagement, Team culture, People-First, Jerome Parisse-Brassens, HR

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Twenty years ago, branding was still new and organisations were reluctant to spend any money on it. Today, every organisation has a budget for its brand. Everyone is clear that the brand of a business is critical to its success. 

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The top 2 reasons why employee leave

[fa icon="calendar'] 19-Feb-2018 11:44:05 / by Jerome Parisse-Brassens posted in Engagement, Corporate culture, Culture management, Jerome Parisse-Brassens, HR

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Staff turnover is healthy. You want new blood, new thinking, new approaches to make your business better and richer. But at the same time, you don’t want your staff to leave quickly, because this means losing knowledge and experience, without mentioning the pain and the cost of recruiting.

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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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