In 2014 I wrote a post on LinkedIn called “Is Transient Leadership The Next Big Thing?” 8 years ago. And then 2 weeks ago strategy+business blogged that organizations need to shift from command-and-control leadership to more decentralized decision-making and leadership…. Continue Reading →
Most executives have no problem spending tons ‘o chedda on product, process, pricing, purpose, and perks. But at the same time, they will have some weird aversion to spending money on people. This post is for those folks. #PROTIP: It’s… Continue Reading →
I’ve been onboarded a few times. I’m guessing you have too. Show of hands – how many times was it pleasant, interesting, informative, useful and ultimately, engaging? Yeah. I thought so. Unfortunately for most companies, onboarding from an employee… Continue Reading →
Years ago, we called it “employee satisfaction”. After that it was “engagement”. Josh Bersin even speculated that it should be called “marriage” because that logically followed “engagement.” Talk about weird mental gymnastics designed to gather clicks and attention. Here’s where… Continue Reading →
What is Behavioral Memory? Something I just made up. I think. I typically google any subject I am going to post about to one – make sure I didn’t post on this topic before (after 16 years of blogging you… Continue Reading →
In today’s hyper-analytic, big-data business world Return on Investment (ROI) is axiomatic. Don’t even think about running a marketing program, or designing a program, or even thinking about a program before you’ve proven an insanely positive ROI. But is that… Continue Reading →
Would you be willing to give your participants a portion of your incentive funds if they hit a personal goal but not their professional one?