For the seventh year in a row, Intertech was named a StarTribune Top Workplace. My thanks to our outstanding employees and loyal customers for making us possible.
Here are some questions your employees would be asked about feeling valued in an engagement survey:
Here’s some feedback on having a positive/flourishing relationship:
Here are a few tips on praise… let someone relive the win by asking how they did it and don’t underestimate the power of a handwritten note.
Here’s the recipe for a good thank you:
As it relates to pay, the goal is to make it not a de-motivator. As a board member shared, he’s never been paid enough in his 40+ years as a professional:
When thinking of benefits, what can you offer that’s a benefit for your employees but not a significant cost for you?
When looking to improve job satisfaction, we want to start from the inside sphere and work our way out… start with a challenging job and a healthy relationship with a person’s direct manager.
From first to last, below are the areas needed to create a job that’s fulfilling:
Look for opportunities to make a job more than a job:
In an engagement survey, below are a few of the questions they’d be asked around the trust and effectiveness of managers:
To me, leadership has two main components… first, is how we think
Great leaders take blame for mistakes, give away credit when there’s success, and set an example:
I think Dale Carnegie does a great job of nailing the seven things a leader does…