Tonje Elisabeth writes about the importance of engagement and innovation. She describes 5 dimensions of innovation in the workplace. Good workplaces The philosopher Theodore Zeldin has given the world a challenge: “When will we make the same breakthroughs in the
Motivation is a leader’s responsibility, says Tshamani Mathebula. Sundown vs Zamalek On the 23rd October 2016 Sundowns FC, a South African Football Club played against Zamalek Sporting Club. Zamalek SC is an Egyptian Club and one of the best clubs
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This is a post about engaged people. This week the Linkedin Group on Employee Engagement passed the threshold of 25000 active members. This doesn’t make it into an extremely large linked group. But it’s one of the older and biggest groups that
This Blog is about Workaholics. The Hum I saw this amazing video on Ted Talk by Shonda Rhimes. If the name doesn’t ring a bell, she’s the writer behind TV-series like Grey’s Anatomy and How to get away with Murder.
This is the third of three blogs under the title Individual Differences in Leadership and Engagement: Why Relationships matter. Attachment Theory Attachment theory or attachment is the foundation that helps explain not only the importance of
Dr. Dale L. Hudson, PsyD, is a business consultant in Los Angeles, CA. He conducts research and practice to enhance understanding how human behaviors affect the workplace and workplace engagement. Dales work examines questions about how close relationships help people to learn, grow and thrive when facing the myriad of organizational challenges. Dale has spoken to groups and associations from New York to Los Angeles as well as the author of articles. Dale lives in Los Angeles, CA with his life partner, Emily, and of course, Mitzi. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or (951)-764-2518.
The meaning of work A while ago I have read Alain De Botton’s book “The pleasures and sorrows of work”. It’s a fascinating contemplation on why people work. De Botton touches with whit the full bandwidth of working. At the