Category Archives: Employee Engagement

Embracing change management: Informing your workforce to inspire shared vision – Part 2

Willis Towers Watson Associate Gaby Joyner

Part 2 in a five-part blog series Amid company change, employees are often unclear about what their jobs will become. Many fear the worst: uncertainty, loss of control, job redundancy or unwanted moves. But consistent messaging and clear leadership can … Continue reading →

4 reasons to take a critical look at the latest HR technologies

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If you’ve read my blog posts on employee listening, design thinking and culture, you know I’m all for creating unique employee experiences that support business and talent strategies and foster high performance. Take the latest in human resources technologies: There’s … Continue reading →

Embracing change management: How agile leadership can combat disruption – Part 1

Part 1 in a five-part blog series More often than not, change initiatives fail. In fact, the brutal truth is that over 70% of change initiatives fail and it’s because they focus solely on rational aspects such as systems, processes … Continue reading →

7 principles disrupting the status quo in employee benefits

Earlier this month, I attended the 9th Annual Employer Health Care and Benefits Congress in Los Angeles where the buzz was all about employee engagement – especially in the context of online benefit marketplaces. But I think if we’re going … Continue reading →

Is ‘good enough’ really good enough when communicating your Total Rewards programs?

My dad always said, “If you’re going to do something, do it right the first time.” I think that lesson holds true on just about everything I do. Well, except for my handyman skills. Sometimes I know my limits and … Continue reading →

4 steps for building a cyber-savvy workforce

October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month here in the U.S. It’s also European Cyber Security Month (ECSM), a campaign designed to raise cyber security awareness and encourage users to improve their online hygiene. As I scan headlines after the large … Continue reading →

Are sales incentive schemes really effective?

Now more than ever, companies are operating in a very competitive market. Therefore, sales and marketing strategies must adapt and evolve to become more specific and complex to help companies attain objectives; which in turn, are also becoming more detailed … Continue reading →

Design thinking for a better employee experience: Part 2, High-performing cultures

Recently, I wrote about the opportunity for HR to adopt employee- or worker-centric design, applying concepts from consumer research, product development and design thinking. Here, I provide a framework (illustrated above) for how those concepts relate to strategy, values, culture, … Continue reading →

Forget about software, forget about services. Think about solutions!

Do you have the perfect HR solution to address your organization’s challenges and goals? If so, stop reading. You’re all set. Maybe go grab a glass of wine and celebrate! I think it’s safe to say that as HR professionals, … Continue reading →

Does your HR portal spark joy?

Does your HR Portal spark joy? You might have read that title and then read it again to make sure you saw that correctly. And then you may have wondered what kind of crazy question is that? It’s not often … Continue reading →