Tags: Authentic, BehaviouralChange, business coaching, EmotionalIntelligence, EthicalLeadership, fairness, LeaderShape, Leadership, LeadershipBehaviour, Motivation, Neuroscience, pay, remuneration, staff redundancies, staff redundancy, workplace fairness
It’s surprising how we just know fairness is a crucial factor in the survival of social organisations. Long periods of pay freeze are causing many organizations concerns. And in the public sector, morale is seriously affected by the number of redundancies in prospect.
We work to help organisations get the best out of their people. For example, we are working on employee incentive and motivation frameworks with HR clients, to help senior managers understand how threatened people feel by issues of uncertainty and a possible loss of status.
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Bringing together two rival groups to create a successful commercial team
The Dixon’s group has seen a 7.4% rise in share price after better-than-expected annual results. In a tough market, including securing a multi-million pound new credit facility, the electrical retailer has reported good progress in the UK and Ireland and northern Europe and says it is “well-positioned for the year ahead.” Source: Financial Times
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All leaders are keen on creating and working in an environment where everyone is motivated to perform beyond usual expectations without being asked, instructed or coerced. Generous rewards and bonuses don’t seem to be the answer. So how do we do this in a knowledge economy?
This lively RSA Animate video, adapted from Dan Pink’s talk at the RSA, illustrates the hidden truths behind what really motivates us at home and in the workplace.
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