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Accelerating Engagement on Social Intranets

Is it important for you to understand the psychological and motivational factors that drive engagement on social intranets? Maybe it’s more helpful for you to understand the factors that drive engagement with the content you create for blogs and social media. Either way, I’m committed to learning and sharing the best practices for creating content that accelerates engagement on social intranets and […] Read More

Five Curious Reasons Why Organizations Forgo Two-Way Communication

A nationwide Tribe Inc. survey published recently indicates that employees at every level prefer two-way communication with senior leadership and with fellow employees and that they’re inclined to use internal communication channels to achieve this interaction. Having arrived at our present point along the social media continuum you may wonder if organizations still debate the value of […] Read More

Calculating the Cost of Workforce Zombies

In looking for ways to innovate and grow how many organizations have placed renewed emphasis on workforce engagement? Along with profit-to-earning-ratios how many have calculated the cost of workforce disengagement? The cost of creating workforce zombies in a down economy is considerable because motivated and engaged workers are the ones that help struggling organizations back […] Read More

Innovation & The Value of a Near-Miss

How do you feel about near-misses? Ok for games of horseshoes and hand grenades? (Cute—snarky, but cute.) In part two of this discussion about the cost of disengaged employees in a down economy let’s discuss a simple principle of employee motivation applicable to our present economic environment, where so much emphasis is placed on innovation: […] Read More