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Wednesday, 7 July 2013

Free sites like SurveyMonkey can be a great way of getting started in employee engagement surveys but free survey software will always be limited in terms of flexibility, support and customization possibilities. Bespoke engagement surveys such as the Engage system offered by CR Systems offer a number of benefits over DIY systems: The one-survey-fits-all approach is not suitable for many […]

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Wednesday, 7 July 2013

Behave! Creating the right systems and processes to support 360° Feedback in your organisation. A quick reminder of the headlines: Most organisations need to constantly flex and change to compete effectively in their markets Significant changes usually need behavioural as well as structural change Change without behavioural change is rarely successful or sustainable There is only way to measure and […]

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Wednesday, 7 July 2013

Competition these days is fierce. The economic crisis seems to be coming to an end, and as business picks up, many employers are beginning to discover that they don’t have the talent on their team that they need to keep up with their competitors. Part of the problem is that for decades they have been spending their valuable time and […]

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Wednesday, 7 July 2013

Free business software products and services. Part 2 Can free business software products and services really replace current products and services that businesses are paying for today? The answer is of course they can, and the number of such products is growing. If you are faced with “free” competition, you need to take a good hard look at your business […]

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Wednesday, 7 July 2013

Free business software products and services. How much does free really cost? We live in an age where one company’s core value product or service is another company’s free give away. Free products and services as “enticers” or “add ons” have been with us for many generations, particularly within the retail consumer market, but now they are becoming ubiquitous and […]

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Wednesday, 7 July 2013

Define Behaviour Why everyone infers who you are from your behaviour Why is important Why it affects performance – yours and others What can you do and what can you not do

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Wednesday, 7 July 2013

Understand your company culture Ask the right questions Get the right answers Give the right feedback Provide the right support Measure the right things

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Wednesday, 7 July 2013

Calls to get off the fence Common view of those staying on the fence Metaphors about fences dividing, blocking the view, containing, restricting Why staying on the fence is harder What staying on the fence is better The good and bad about knocking fences down Another metaphor about removing bits at time to get used to the view Why I’m […]

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Wednesday, 7 July 2013

Transparency “polices” us more? Not naturally generous Joy of giving simple things …. can it lead to bigger things? Subtlety of difference between the joy of giving and the joy of being seen to be giving Privacy of action All in all ???

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Wednesday, 7 July 2013

We were lucky enough to attend a splendid discussion group on the issue of Return on Expectation at a recent conference at the University of Middlesex earlier this month. The lead protagnostic was an ardent    

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