Around 25 percent of top-performing employees intend to leave their jobs -- even in today's economy! Your company’s future effectiveness depends on retaining top talent at all levels of the organization, and so you better make sure you get it right.
The position of CEO is highly visible and one where personality and leadership style can help or hurt a company's image. Even the most successful leaders have a weak spot. What's yours? And what can you do about it?
Strategic planning language can be the same for a number of businesses. The words "optimize," "integrity" and "innovation" are words that most CEOs will use when discussing their brand. In order to stand out, and to really define your purpose and strategy, you need to think out of the box. Storytelling is a way to do that -- you will engage your employees and customers in ways that branding buzz words can't.
There is a direct correlation between a company's level of employee engagement and its revenue. If you're not focusing on your employees' engagement, you could be losing money. Here are some examples of employee disengagement (what NOT to do) and an exercise to get you started on increasing your employees' engagement.