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Gallup's latest meta-analysis on the relationship between team engagement and performance covers more than 82,000 teams globally.
Teams' structures are surging, replacing old hierarchies. But is more teamwork better? Not unless teams are managed the right way.
A majority of U.S. superintendents are excited about their school district's future, and say principals and teachers share much of this excitement. But superintendents are less optimistic about the future of U.S. public education.
35% of U.S. Managers Are Engaged in Their Jobs
What does your employees' well-being have to do with your company's performance? Plenty. There are five distinct, interrelated elements of well-being, and all of them affect the bottom line.
If you want to build a strengths-based company, you can't go halfway. You've got to be all in, or it won't work. Here are three steps executives and managers must take.
Project managers usually understand all the rational factors that drive an effective project. Where do they often fall short? Grasping and managing employees' emotional engagement with their work.
Why do projects often fail? Because organizations put more emphasis on rational factors than on employees' psychological engagement. Here's a smarter approach.
Social connections explain a lot -- from why some teams excel to why, when a husband comes home crabby, his wife soon becomes cranky too. That begs the question: What would social connections do for business if executives used them on purpose?
Almost daily, companies are cutting workers, and morale and productivity are suffering as a result. In this environment, a strengths-based approach is vital because it creates hope, opens the doors to untapped potential, and brings out the best in people and in companies.
Gallup has been studying leadership teams for nearly four decades, and that research has uncovered five telltale signs of strong, high-performing groups of employees, report Tom Rath and Barry Conchie, authors of Strengths Based Leadership.