Organizational culture, simply speaking, refers to all the values and behaviors that create the unique environment of the organization. When we allude to the company, we may call it ‘company culture’. I very much like the nifty term coined by A. Kennedy and T. Deal who described organizational culture as ‘the way things get done around here.’ We can easily imagine how complex the whole culture of the company might be, full of both good and bad practices.
Here, we’ll focus on the best positive behaviors and values that make the company great. Let’s make a swanky list!
Continue reading The 10 Good Organizational Culture Practices
Gamification Creates Engagement
Engagement is the willingness to perform certain actions that lead to taking part in a certain experience.
What the “action” and the “experience” are is up to us.
Most traditional media, such as books and films, try to make the activity as simple as possible. Members of the audience are simply asked to pay attention. This doesn’t prevent media from providing a wide variety of experiences, to the point where no two pieces are exactly alike. Traditional media prove that we can offer engagement to any person or group, because there is always an experience they find valuable. Continue reading Why Gamification Works? Part 2: Engagement
LinkedIn starts an interesting module called “Learning” where you can find a lot of topics about motivating and engaging employees, how to set team and employee goals, how to find and retain high potentials, about employee performance and problems with it and many others.
Courses listed below are free till 30th October!
Below you can find the most interesting links I found for you. Please share this summary before 30th October to reach all potential leaders for getting these resources for free! Continue reading Courses about team motivation and engagement