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Engagement, climate and performance – what’s the connection?

March 25 2014

High turnover typically means low organisational health – it’s disruptive and expensive. ‘Commitment to stay’ is supposed to be great. But low turnover can be a problem too, depending on how it relates to engagement. How do you know which you have? Employee engagement ‘Engagement’ has now ascended to a level akin to the holy grail. Engagement tends to mean people stay on with the organisation, but sometimes ‘intention to stay’ gets confused with real engagement. Puzzling…? The wrong sort… Read more »

Engagement, climate and performance – what’s the connection?

March 25 2014

High turnover typically means low organisational health – it’s disruptive and expensive. ‘Commitment to stay’ is supposed to be great. But low turnover can be a problem too, depending on how it relates to engagement. How do you know which you have? Employee engagement ‘Engagement’ has now ascended to a level akin to the holy grail. Engagement tends to mean people stay on with the organisation, but sometimes ‘intention to stay’ gets confused with real engagement. Puzzling…? The wrong sort… Read more »

Research reveals credibility and positive returns for executive coaching.

February 10 2014

A study of nearly 500 business and human capital leaders found the demand for executive coaching services is growing: Almost 80% viewed coaching as credible and impactful in enhancing an individual’s effectiveness in driving the performance of an organisation Organisations are benefiting from a high return on investment (ROI) for executive coaching. More than three-quarters of enterprise executives view executive coaching as credible and valuable. Investment in coaching is on the rise as organisations strive to build ready pipelines of talent…. Read more »