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Don't Slack on Communication: 5 Ways to Use Workplace Apps for Employee Engagement

12.10.18 by Graden Hudson
Performance, Recognition,

What if I told you that you could give your workplace a serious employee engagement bump through a bunch of applications you’re already using? Minimum effort, serious output. Sounds great, right?


It’s really that simple. Everyday workplace apps like Slack, Google Docs, and Asana can be easily...

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7 Essential Tips for Fail-Proof 360 Feedback

12.2.18 by Megan Maslanka

HR leaders know that they need to build better employees. They also know that to achieve success, those same employees need to hear constructive feedback from the people they lead, 

their peers, and their managers.


But, too often, we see poorly-designed 360 feedback programs that can't help...

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10 Examples of Effective and Ineffective Employee Feedback

11.28.18 by Dan Hoppen

Giving employee feedback in a constructive way takes practice, according to Stanford GSB lecturer Carole Robin. And although most can agree on the importance of constructive feedback, few are practicing regularly.


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Why Aligning Personal Goals with Team and Organizational Goals Lines Everyone Up for Success

11.26.18 by Dan Hoppen
OKRs and Goals, Teamwork,

Every organization understands the importance of setting goals, but the simple act of creating benchmarks is selling their impact short. It’s imperative to create goals that align all employees to team and organizational goals.


Everyone should be working to achieve the organization’s overall...

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Win the Engagement Game by Empowering Your Managers as Coaches

11.20.18 by Dan Hoppen
Managers, OKRs and Goals, Recognition,

“Make sure that team members know they are working with you, not for you.”


Those are the words of John Wooden, arguably the greatest coach in the history of college basketball. His leadership style earned him 664 victories and 10 national titles during his tenure at UCLA, and he’s widely...

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