As a leader, you don’t work in a vacuum. You work in a lively mix of personalities, behaviors and motivations. If you want to sustainably raise productivity through better employee engagement, you must get to know your people in greater depth and work hard to keep them all aligned with your mission. As always, we have some thoughts about how best to do that!
Measure, track and review results with every employee each month, not just the laggards. Reviewing every employee’s progress toward mutually set goals is much more effective in building the high-engagement team culture you seek.
Bovo-Tighe hit the road in July to meet new people and have great conversations about how best to develop high-performance teams and leaders. The highlight: All the great HR professionals we met at the HR Star Conference in South San Francisco!
It is time to schedule your Spring team outing. Bonding is critical for unleashing every team member’s full contribution, to maximize team performance. The best bonding happens outside of the stress and hustle of the workplace.
March Madness happens next week in offices across America. How can managers take advantage of this annual cultural event to build employee and team engagement? Start by giving staff permission to participate, and have a conversation about balancing the fun with the work that still needs doing all week. And join in!
Measurements of employee engagement hover around 25% year after year. Why can't companies crack that code? There is so much untapped potential paid for and unused each year. And the unlocking codes are hidden in plain sight, in the minds of your employees. Talk to them! Click through for the latest.
Fix team culture in seven key steps. Raise productivity the fast way through deeper employee engagement. We have seen it work consistently for close to 30 years. Click through to step through the process our experience tells us is the most productive path for team leaders to take.
Bovo-Tighe played a critical role in helping Shell Energy Company develop and launch the multi-billion-dollar Stones Ultra-Deepwater drilling project. Our impact - Fostering a high level of intra and intergroup collaboration and leadership that led to 13 million construction man-hours go without a single safety incident. Click through to learn more.
December is a time of both joy and stress. What can a team leader do to relieve the stress of balancing family and professional needs during the holidays? Hint: Err on the side of family time, and you will gain a grateful, engaged employee come January.
The Holiday season is a great time to validate the idea with your team that time off is a good thing, and that people should not feel guilty about taking it! Set the standard as Take Time Off = Good, Skip Time Off = Bad. How can you make this equitable for all team members this Holiday Season?