5 Key Strategies for Effective Culture Engineering

5 Key Strategies for Effective Culture Engineering

Business,Culture,Engagement / July 25, 2023

What is culture engineering, and why is it important for organizations?   Culture engineering is the process of consciously and intentionally creating a workplace culture that serves to support an organization’s mission, values, and objectives. It involves directing and shaping the behavior of employees in order to promote organizational productivity and success. Culture engineering is

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Meet Tina Gunn Weede, President & CEO, Gratitudes Group, Member of SITE since 2009

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This article was published May 1, 2019 by SITE www.siteglobal.com After completing her formal education at The Art Institute in Atlanta, studying art marketing and advertising, Tina Gunn Weede went to work for advertising giant J. Walter Thompson in thier recruitment advertising division, where she worked for two years. She started her journey in the

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What Behavior Science Tells Us About Motivation

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Business,Engagement / May 7, 2019

Understanding why incentives work and how they can be made more effective by Leo Jakobson | March 19, 2018 There has never been a more innovative time for the rewards, recognition, and engagement industry than right now. As researchers in academia and the private sector continue to unlock the secrets of how and why people

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Is Employee Engagement Just a Reflection of Personality?

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Engagement / February 26, 2019

By Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic, Lewis Garrad, Didier Elzinga Most people would like to have a job, a boss, and a workplace they can engage with, as well as work that gives them a sense of purpose. This aspiration is embodied by a famous Steve Jobs statement: “Your work is going to fill a large part of your life,

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Our Digital Lives Don’t Need to Make Us Unhappy, Unhealthy, and Unwise

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by Carrie Barron,Nicco Mele, Michael Phillips Moskowitz Fifty five years ago this month, America reached a hazardous milestone: “peak tobacco.” Men and women that year smoked more cigarettes than ever before recorded—523 billion of them. Only after four decades of slow decline – and millions of smoking-related deaths – did American culture reluctantly jettison tobacco as

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Giving Feedback: Abstract Vs. Behavioral

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Culture,Engagement / February 12, 2019

By Stephanie Burns Contributor ForbesWomen Recently, I was fortunate to facilitate part of a workshop with one of my mentors, Rick Barrera. Rick is a professional speaker and trainer, working with companies like Husqvarna, IBM, Verizon and others. He was holding a quarterly training for a group of sales professionals on Intentional Leadership. I was there

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Are Annual Performance Reviews Worth the Effort?

Annual Performance Strategy

Business,Engagement / January 8, 2019

Available alternatives may serve employers and employees better in the end. More companies are abandoning annual performance reviews that have long been embedded in our workplace culture. They believe better ways beckon and annual reviews too often have fueled litigation. Read whole article here… By David Sparkman

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How to Retain and Engage Your B Players

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Engagement / October 30, 2018

We’ve heard for decades that we should only hire A players, and should even try to cut non-A players from our teams. But not only do the criteria for being an A player vary significantly by company, it’s unrealistic to think you can work only with A players. Further, as demonstrated by Google’s Aristotle project, a study

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Culture: Your Environment for People at Work

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Culture,Engagement / October 29, 2018

Your Environment That You Provide for Employees at Work People in every workplace talk about organizational culture, that mysterious word that characterizes the qualities of a work environment. One of the key questions and assessments, when employers interview a prospective employee, explores whether the candidate is a good cultural fit. Culture is difficult to define, but you

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Emotional intelligence & the psychology of sales

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Business,Engagement / October 9, 2018

Don’t keep battering away trying to increase sales, let In-Call Selling with Emotional Intelligence unlock your sales potential. Read whole article here…..

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