How to Develop Resilience in a Remote Workforce

How to Develop Resilience in a Remote Workforce “When fear rushed in, I learned how to hear my heart racing but refused to allow my feelings to sway me. That resilience came from my family. It flowed through our bloodline.” —Coretta Scott King In the face of this unforgiving pandemic, what organization doesn’t want to…

How Often Should You Measure Employee Engagement?

How Often Should You Measure Employee Engagement? Employee Pulse Survey: a short, quick survey sent to employees on a monthly, quarterly, or semi-annual basis. Essentially a check-in, providing a pulse check on topics such as employee satisfaction, job role, communication, relationships, and work environment. Google “employee pulse survey” and you’ll get 15.4 million results. What…

How to Ensure Effective 1-on-1 Meetings Every Time

How to Ensure Effective 1-on-1 Meetings Every Time Why are effective 1-on-1 meetings absolutely critical to your organization’s success? Because if you practice and master these simple four clear steps, you’ll create a pathway of clear two-way communication, valuable feedback, and trust your direct reports and teams need to achieve results: 1. Frequency is Essential…

5 Ideas For Staff Development That Build Culture: “First Tuesdays” at Gateway Church

5 Ideas For Staff Development That Build Culture: “First Tuesdays” at Gateway Church   When the staff of Gateway Church in Dallas grew 25% in one year, there was good reason for excitement—and well-founded concern. Challenge: From its first Sunday morning worship service of 180 founding members at a Hilton Hotel in April 2000 to…

6 Simple Strategies To Let Your Employees Know They’re Valued

Author and presidential speechwriter James Humes says, “The art of communication is the language of leadership.” Could there be any better illustration of this than what’s happening at Olivet Nazarene University? Here, their leadership shares six communication strategies you can implement today to ensure your employees know how valued they are. I marvel at leaders…

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C12 Companies Create More Highly Engaged, Flourishing Workplaces

C12 Companies Create More Highly Engaged, Flourishing Workplaces MERCER ISLAND, WA – New research conducted by Best Christian Workplaces Institute (BCWI) reveals that more than twice as many companies (23.8 %) affiliated with C12 Group, a global network of Christian CEOs and executives, develop flourishing workplaces than other for-profit companies (9.10 %). The study also…

8 Factors of a Flourishing Workplace

It’s easy to recognize a flourishing workplace. It is a culture of growing mutual trust, transparency, and unity. Top to bottom, it’s a culture where people look forward to coming to work every day because they feel so engaged. It’s a culture where everyone is working together because they not only believe in the organization’s…