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How strengths-based development relates to organizational outcomes
There are 7 billion people in the world. Imagine if all 7 billion received coaching to maximize their potential this week. It would change how humans develop.
35% of U.S. Managers Are Engaged in Their Jobs
Competition demands that companies "upskill" their workforces. But first, they must upskill their human resources functions.
Top articles of the year include how the best companies engage their customers and the talents of great entrepreneurs.
Big Gallup findings include why great managers are so rare --- and why employee satisfaction doesn't matter, among others.
Companies invest a fortune in customer satisfaction programs -- yet most of them aren't effective. Two consultants explain why and how to fix them.
Gallup has discovered four human capital strategies that -- when implemented together -- combine to drive up to 59% more growth in revenue per employee.
Like many companies, retailer ANN INC. didn't know which was more crucial for high-performing managers and employees. A Gallup study offered illuminating answers.
Here are proven strategies for generating positive outcomes in healthcare organizations and providing patients with the best care possible.
How engaged workplaces drive job creation. Lowering healthcare and absenteeism costs. And: Is college worth it? These are among the topics the GBJ covered during the past 12 months.
Companies shouldn't assume that "leadership" only applies to their chief officers. In fact, businesses must find the right people to fill four distinct types of leadership roles.
WSFS CEO Mark Turner says selecting the right people -- those focused on relationships and teamwork -- has helped his bank prosper while others failed during the recession.
Bank executives seeking an edge in the Asia-Pacific region must build trust and deepen customer relationships. That means fostering the right employee incentives and behaviors and hiring the right talent.
Restoring confidence in banks. Managing your workforce amid intense uncertainty. Making government more efficient. These are among the most urgent and timely topics the GBJ covered during 2012.
Banks invest heavily in crafting what they think is a unique identity. This usually doesn't work because the right behaviors, not clever marketing slogans, are what truly differentiate a bank.
A warning to senior executives of companies across industries: Your recruiters could be repelling your best job applicants. Here's how to fix this problem and attract top talent to your organization.
Innovation in the "new normal" will be the driver of organic growth. To build a culture that fosters it, an organization must hire for innovation talent, build teams that are diverse in talent, and fit individuals to the right role to drive success.
In a tough economy, sales teams are under even greater pressure to perform. But how do organizations quantify their reps’ success? The majority of sales managers and leaders base their replies on one indicator: revenue generated. That might be far too one-dimensional.