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The way organisations define ‘engagement’ can greatly influence the outcomes they derive. Increasingly, we see organisations setting engagement score as a KPI on their managers’ scorecards. But this leads managers to view engagement as an end in itself, rather than a means of achieving greater productivity and business performance. Why this is bad for business? Read on to find out.
Aon Best Employers make their employees feel valued and respected by treating them the way they treat their customers. So how can you do the same to engage and motivate your employees?
Turbocharged companies are more likely than others to use a variety of tools within their HR programmes to drive employee behaviour and allocate the right resources to the right talent. How can these practices apply to your own organisation?
Meritocracy is contextual and circumstantial—capability and performance cannot be taken for granted uniformly across all jobs, tasks, and situations. Yet the fundamental question remains: Can people be expected to genuinely compete and collaborate at the same time?
It has been a full-circle moment for the HR team at DBS, having first driven the staff hackathon initiative in 2015. How did Aon’s Best of the Best Employers Singapore 2017 achieve their digital transformation success?
A high performance culture creates the greatest competitive advantage, so how can employers in Indonesia cultivate their employees to deliver business results?
Aligning culture with business objectives results in more than just higher employee engagement—it also leads employees to engage in value-creating behaviours. How can employers encourage this?
Companies with higher culture alignment have better business performance, lower turnover rates, and more employees who will recommend the organisation to others seeking employment. What role do leaders play in ensuring this?
With increased industry focus on the topic, organisations are under increased pressure to define and improve their risk culture. But do you know enough to make informed decisions?
The business world has long transcended geography, time zones, and even language. But how can two (or more) organisations that have decided to align their business strategies also align their organisational culture?
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