November 11, 2016
Weekly Round-Up: Best Things for Leaders & Business, Employee Engagement 2016, Communicator Issues, Prioritze Employees & Conversations Millennials Want To Have
Welcome to my weekly round-up of top leadership and communication blog posts. As many of you know, each week I read and tweet several great articles and on Fridays, I pull some of my favorites together here on my blog.
This week you’ll read articles the best thing leaders can do for business, employee engagement in 2016, employee engagement isn’t only up to internal communications, how to succeed in business by prioritizing employees, and 5 conversations your millennial employees want to have. These articles will provide you with tips, strategies and thought-starters from many of the smart folks in my network. So whether you’re a new leader or an industry veteran there’ll be something here for you.
- The Best Thing Leaders Can Do for Business
By Jyoti Chopra (@FortuneMagazine), Fortune Magazine
“The hallmarks of exemplary leadership are courage, boldness, and challenging the status quo. Alexis Herman, former U.S. secretary of labor, is a great example …”
- The State Of Employee Engagement In 2016
Jacob Shriar (@JacobShriar in @B2Community), B2Community
“Through Officevibe’s software, we collect tens of thousands of answers about employee engagement each week from customers in over 150 countries …”
- Why engagement isn't solely internal comms' responsibility
By George Dickson (@RaganComms ) Ragan Communications
“From top executives to front-line managers, motivating employees requires universal buy-in. Remember these three essentials: inspiration, participation, education …”
- Prioritizing Employees: a Strategy for Successful Business
By Al Gomez (@B2Community), B2Community
“Perhaps, over the years since Socrates developed dialogue, Madame Rambouillet organized conversation in salons, and the heigh day of Samuel (Doctor) Johnson, the art of conversation and listening has declined. Perhaps this current age of electronic interactions will see further decline …”
- 5 Conversations Your Millennial Employees Are Longing To Have
By Karin Hurt (@LetsGrowLeaders), Let’s Grow Leaders
“Morgan (a family friend who also happens to be a millennial) was practically screaming in frustration as we began our mentoring session, “Arghhh, Karin, I’m just so frustrated. They want me to do all this crap… none of it seems important, and it’s getting in the way of my real work …”
What were some of the top leadership articles you read this week?
-- David Grossman
Understanding how others think is critical to influencing them and getting results. This ebook lists the top 10 things that a CEO cares about and provides a self-reflection point for each.
Other posts you might be interested inView All Posts
4 min read | November 17, 2021
Disconnect Between Leaders and Employees on the Future of WorkRead More
5 min read | November 29, 2021
Improve the Employer-Employee Connection with CommunicationRead More
6 min read | January 21, 2022