Think for a moment of the value that brought you to the work you do now. Were you motivated by curiosity? Prestige? Success? Financial reward? Security? Enterprise? Community? Service? Advance? There are many other values that may be your personal drivers.
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Motivation Aerosapce SIngapore Vol 3 No 4 2010_0001
Three years ago, I had a conversation with one of our internal recruiters around the TVP (talent value proposition – like an EVP for a particular talent segment) for his area. He was recruiting IT people for an engineering firm, and attrition was high in that team. People weren’t staying for more than 6 months, [...]
There’s lots of talk about how to build the best culture possible at your company. Regardless of how you define your culture, you can figure out what your team members really think, and what they want culturally by asking the following question: “If you could pick any manager (other than the one you’re working for) [...]
Managers too often rely on cognitive arguments to convince people to change, but employees have become “numb” to statistics, says leadership expert Gavin Freeman. When you want to implement a new initiative or just change the way things are done at work, the big challenge is to overcome initial resistance, he told a recent briefing [...]