Tag Archives: engagement

Workplace Friendships: Who Needs Them?

Seriously. You NEED a friend at work. Gallup is the think-tank leader when it comes to understanding businesses and human behavior. Gallup’s research is based on enormous samples sizes and…

The Do’s and Don’ts of Building Engagement in Today’s World

The Do’s and Don’ts of Building Engagement in Today’s World Have your work activities changed since March 15? Have these changes improved your work productivity or hindered it? Have they…

Improve Internal Communications in 2020

One of the 2020 trends is improved internal communication. The news makes me wonder: is this an amazing trend or just a fantastic goal? My gut tells me it’s a…

Who’s the best manager?

Want to become a great manager? Want to inspire others to be the best manager they can be? To learn more, watch this video or contact me at sarah@freshconcepstsonline.com.

Engagement at Work Matters

  In 1995, businesses talked about and cared about employee. Twenty years later, businesses talk about and care about employee. Why? Because it matters. In the last twenty years, research has…

More Than 11 Million People Know Their Strengths. Do You?

In fact, as of 11 a.m. this morning exactly 11,042,168 people around the world know their strengths. That is approximately the population of all of the residents in Indiana (6.5…

How to Invest in Your Employees

It’s funny how some of the simplest questions can be the toughest to answer. I was reading a great New York Times article that reminded me of this fact. It’s…

TRUST Is Not A Four Letter Word

It’s true; trust is not a four letter word. In fact, trust is quite obviously a five letter word. However, in organizations, trust can be a profoundly off-limits word as…

Join StrengthsFinder Enthusiasts!!

Do you know your strengths? Are you interested in meeting new people who want to improve their professional and personal lives by using their strengths every day? Consider joining the…

5 Tips to Instill Trust and Foster Engagement

If you think that trust and engagement are “nice to haves” not “need to haves” in today’s competitive marketplace, I have a reading recommendation. It’s an article from Fast Company that was…