What’s your employee engagement level?
Strategic Discipline Blog
Topics: employee engagement, Strength Based Leadership, Q12, First Break All the Rules, Performance Management, Communication
When I last addressed positive reinforcement and superior human relationships in To Improve Your Relationships Improve This in early December I promised to provide four steps to help make others feel important. These are from my notes Brian Tracy’s “The Psychology of Achievement” taken many years ago.
Topics: Bringing Out the Best In People, Employee Recognition, employee performance, People, Aubrey Daniels, Multipliers, performance, First Break All the Rules, Psychology of Achievement
A recent article from Gallup Management Journal on What Really Drives Financial Success? reminded me how valuable the book First Break All the Rules is for determining strength in the workplace. If you employ five or more employees I strongly recommend you pick up the book or its more recent version 12: The Elements of Great Managing. It reveals the following 12 rules as being critical to having a well engaged and performing workplace:
Topics: Good to Great, employee engagement, Strategic Discipline, Pearsons Law, Q12, First Break All the Rules