21. February 2011 22:34
A movement within psychology is sweeping the profession and HR departments in organisations, that of positive psychology. It is suggested that we should pay at least equal attention to the strengths and potential within human behaviour rather than purely focusing on the problems that arise.
14. February 2011 04:03
Recently the CIPD publicised research into human capital management – ‘View from the city: How can human capital reporting inform investment decisions?’ in which it was stated that ‘there is clear recognition among investors and analysts that the performance of a company depe... [More]
7. February 2011 05:06
Let’s recap as we seem to have meandered off of our rules of engagement lately into other topics – we have been off cloning engaged employees and looking at the 'continuing worker'! So, recall that rule 1 was all about defining employee engagement where we looked at the importance of mak... [More]
31. January 2011 03:40
As Countryfile has come under scrutiny for age discrimination and the jokes still abound, I thought it interesting to think about whether there is any difference in employee engagement levels between older and younger employees. As it happens, I was bang on trend as in the latest edition of the Jour... [More]
24. January 2011 17:56
Will an engaged employee have a big stamp on their forehead or wear a certain colour tie? How do we know who are the ‘engaged’ from the ‘disengaged’ – what sort of profile, if that is what we can call it, are we looking for?
Identifying engaged employees is quite impor... [More]