Only 30% of the workplace is engaged at work. Is this you? Read this article to learn five tips for putting more into your work so you can become engaged again.
Author Archive | Eileen McDargh
This article offers three scenarios that set up the distinction between REAL leaders and those in title/pay grade only. Valuable lessons can be gained by learning what not to do when you get promoted to leadership.
Do you want your business to go bigger, farther and faster? No matter what size business you, have join Eileen McDargh as she explains a new way of redefining business growth.
On a recent trip Eileen McDargh discovers what makes the difference in the lives of workers that keeps them happy or makes them miserable! In each instance, the joy came from how each connected with another human being. It was the CONNECTION that made the difference. Not the money. Not the title. The eyes staring […]
Don’t just pay lip service to improving customer service. Good customer service is the linchpin to survival at any time but especially during difficult times. Start by treating your employees well, keeping them in the loop, and releasing them to do what it takes to send each customer away happy.
As marvelous as all our technology is, chronic malfunctions and crashes and the constant demand to keep up might account for the fact that at least one in four of us will admit to physically assaulting a device.
Remember: home is not given but made. What will you do to make your work a place in which people feel welcomed home?
We could become a nation of stress-filled, hypertensive individuals who suffer far more than we need to and-at the very extreme-become downright dangerous to ourselves and others.
Bottom line: talk is not cheap – it’s priceless. The competitive edge does not have to be more bells and whistles on a CRM system or another layer of voice mail doom loops.
With the pending severe worker drain prompted by boomers in full or partial retirement, keeping good employees has never been more critical. The most significant word in retention, however, is “engagement”.