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Viewing entries posted in May 2016

Moving From "Good Work" To "Great Work"

I recently came across a very interesting new study conducted by OC Tanner, a global premium, recognition and rewards company, called the "Great Work Index Study". The study polled more than 3,400 employees from the United States, Australia, Canada, U.K., Germany and India. The study found that there are two main accelerators that encourage employees to strive for greatness: the organization's expectations for greatness, and access to resources.

Posted by Allan Steinmetz at 9:00am

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Employee Satisfaction Is NOT The Same Thing As Employee Engagement

Often, when we talk to a potential client, they may start the discussion by telling us that they have very high employee engagement scores. However, upon further investigation, we find that in fact, they are really measuring satisfaction rather than engagement. So what’s the difference? First of all, I want to be clear that it is possible to have both satisfied and engaged employees. But it’s equally possible to have satisfied employees who are not engaged. 

Posted by Rick DeMarco at 9:00am

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Enterprise Social Networks – Connecting Employees And Simplifying Communication

Over the past decade, the rise of social networks has been the most transformational trend in how we communicate. Facebook has changed the way we communicate with friends and family and display our digital selves to the world. Real time social feeds like Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat have fundamentally altered the way we consume news, opinions, advertising, and everything in between (for better or worse).

Posted by Matt Manning at 11:00am

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Enterprise Engagement Alliance and Engagement Strategies Media Honors Inward With 'First' Award

We are humbled and proud to announce that the Enterprise Engagement Alliance has bestowed the 'First' award to Inward Strategic Consulting as one of three top Solution Provider honorees last week at their EEA expo and Gala dinner in Orlando. The 'First' Award winners were selected by EEA Engagement Strategies Media (ESM) editorial contributors based on their actual first-hand knowledge of these companies, confirming without question that each of the honorees was indeed a pioneer at seeking to profit from the concept of linking engagement across the entire organization in a strategic way to achieve key goals.

Posted by Allan Steinmetz at 11:00am

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