Recognising Employees Is the Simplest Way to Improve Morale

Recognizing Employees Is the Simplest Way to Improve Morale

David Novak, founder of OGO (O Great One!), a brand dedicated to helping people through the power of recognition, proposes that most workplaces suffer from “recognition deficit”.

His research found that 82% of employed Americans don’t feel recognised enough for their contributions and that 40% of employed Americans say they would put more energy into their work if they were recognised more often.

Discover why recognising employees is the simplest way to improve morale and some key strategies for building a recognition culture.

Your Recruiter Is a Tool

Your Recruiter Is a Tool

In the job search process, savvy candidates realise recruiters are part of the solution – a tool in their kit rather than their sole strategy to market.

Roma Grant, Senior Consultant with Slade Executive Recruitment, presents five strategies to consider to improve your prospects for selection.

Discover how your recruiter is a tool.

 

Every Temporary Tells a Story

Every Temporary Tells a Story

All sorts of people temp for all sorts of reasons. And most people have a story about temporary work from some stage in their career.

Kate Turner, Senior Consultant – Professional Support at Slade Group, profiles the most common traits of temporaries and categorises them into four groups.

Discover how every temporary tells a story.

 

The Payback on Executive Coaching

The Payback on Executive Coaching

Global leaders are finding a unique form of value in their relationship with an executive coach.

Not ‘despite‘ but rather ‘because‘ these talented leaders bring years of experience to their current corporate management roles, they understand that the right executive coach can help them uncover strategic blind spots and focus on what’s most important for their enterprises as well as their careers.

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The Six Signature Traits of Inclusive Leadership

The Six Signature Traits of Inclusive Leadership

Bernadette Dillon, client director in Human Capital consulting at Deloitte, and Juliet Bourke, partner in Human Capital consulting at Deloitte, present their findings on experiences with more than 1,000 global leaders, deep-diving into the views of 15 leaders and subject matter experts, and surveying over 1,500 employees on their perceptions of inclusion.

The result is a six-part framework that captures the attributes of leaders who display the ability to not only embrace individual differences, but to potentially leverage them for competitive advantage.

Read their thorough assessment of the six signature traits of inclusive leadership.