the ceo magazine, productivity,
Trevor Throness, Author, The Power Of People Skills: How to Eliminate 90% of Your HR Problems and Dramatically Increase Team and Company Morale and Performance

My adolescent/young adult years were spent working in farming and construction.  I can’t say that I ever noticed any reticence by bosses in these industries to confront underperformance.  Quite the opposite in fact.  Immediate, stinging criticism was more the norm, often punctuated with clever, compound-word profanity.  In fact some of my bosses were so good at swearing at me and others that I sometimes wondered if they had spent time in prison, or possibly the navy, honing their skills of profane repartee.

the ceo magazine, employee engagement,
Doug Sharp, President, Americas Corporate Solutions, JLL

Three Ways to Improve Employee Engagement and Productivity 

Do your employees feel inspired to show up and give their best, or are they sending an S.O.S.? Mounting evidence demonstrates the real financial impact that employee engagement has on companies. Gallup research indicates that highly engaged business units experienced a 41 percent reduction in absenteeism and a 17 percent increase in productivity, ultimately achieving 21 percent greater profitability.

the ceo magazine, productivity,
Dave Crenshaw, Author, The Power of Having Fun

How would you describe your company culture? It’s such a hard question to answer for many executives because it may not be clearly defined—or worse—it’s the typical corporate office “blah” feeling. The feeling that causes employees to put their heads down and count down each second before they finally get to leave.

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