Find out how a Government Leader’s Mindset Drives Employee Engagement
When facilitating ATD’s Designing Learning Certificate program, people always ask me “how can I make the learning stick? ”. Read this article by one of ATD’s facilitators himself, Bahaa Hussein on his most effective design tips.
During times of change, cutbacks and slowdowns, are the words ‘leadership’ and ‘engagement’ simply hype, or do they offer real substance and value? What could happen if research documented not only their true significance but also reinforced an implicit link between leadership and engagement?
The millennial generation, born between 1980 and 2000, will shape the world of work for years to come. Attracting the best of these millennial workers is critical to the future of your business. Here are a few tips on how you can engage your millennials and get the best out of them.
This past week we concluded the 2nd Employee Engagement Forum organised by Informa and held in Dubai. It ended on a high note. As conference Chair, my closing thoughts were that we had covered engagement from every vantage point imaginable, we had heard successful case studies and met some of the most successful international HR leaders in the region. “But in the end, you as an attendee must make it happen. You most of all should be engaged because if you are not, your chances of success are limited.”
Some government jurisdictions and agencies have taken the business case for higher engagement to heart. They have systematically surveyed their employees to assess the level of employee engagement, analyzed the results, and then acted on the data to improve engagement.