As more companies embark on the Social Enterprise journey, we’re seeing the emergence of a new type of leader: the Social CEO.
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When it comes to feedback, there’s a huge discrepancy between managers and their teams. A growing number of organizations are acknowledging the importance from the old traditional performance reviews to real-time, constant feedback. A recent poll explained the feedback gap: 65% of employees said they wanted more feedback, while 58% of managers think they give enough. [...]
According to a recent Gallup: Work and Workplace survey, 49% of employees are completely satisfied with the recognition they receive at work.
According to an HBR article, 66% of employees say their performance declined due to toxic colleagues. As January 1st, 2011 approaches and we start to make resolutions, think about how you treat your colleagues. Many of us are probably in the same boat right now, thinking: “I can’t possibly wrap my mind around resolutions and [...]
There has been a lot of talk about the Millennials, aka Gen Ys, shaking everything up at work. It’s no wonder. According to The 2020 Workplace, Gen Ys are the largest cohort to ever enter the workplace: They make up 36% of the workforce, compared to 22% for Gen X and 38% for Boomers. They’ll [...]
This letter is a wake-up call for my fellow Generation Xers and the esteemed Baby Boomers who came before us. Things are about to change pretty significantly for all of us. There's a rising threat that will shake up our jobs, careers, and even general lifestyle. And there's absolutely nothing we can do but welcome it with open arms. You may already have heard this message from other writers. If you're already on board and find yourself nodding along — well — congratulations! You'll still have a job in five years. For the rest of you: consider this your call to arms.