How paying for performance keeps your employees happier, engaged and accountable

The 20th century was time for the social work environment.  People were going to work and ensuring some results, they get their monthly salaries,  had their monthly quarterly and annual bonuses. Most of the employees were pretty sure that even if they can’t reach some KPI’s they will still get the bonus at the end,  … Continue reading How paying for performance keeps your employees happier, engaged and accountable

The killers of productivity at work – motivation

While people often talk about motivation and demotivation, they often call it an external factor. Motivation is the hero in every story about the lack of success. It plays a significant role in the disengagement of people, as most of them state it. Recently, in a conversation with a senior leader, playing her role for … Continue reading The killers of productivity at work – motivation

The killers of productivity at work – engagement

Maybe you  have heard people at work  talking about engagement.  It is modern today to  talk about motivation and engagement. You will see it in the mouths of HR People,  mid and senior leaders, even the production line workers talk about it.  Companies measure it, departments draw strategies and plans to improve it.  But still … Continue reading The killers of productivity at work – engagement

How to change your perfectionist behavior to accelerate growth

After you have identified that you are a perfectionist and the level of perfectionism you are demonstrating you will need to work on change that for good. That is more connected with your behavior. The work you will have to do is re-structure your behavior in a way that will help you to no longer … Continue reading How to change your perfectionist behavior to accelerate growth

Procrastination – the factor that kills your gains

Have you ever planned something that didn’t happen at all? Maybe you  have made a new year resolution, or dreamed about learning a difficult language, or plan your sport activity . And after the planning, the full of energy time, you  have failed in it, it didn’t happen at all, it was put somewhere on … Continue reading Procrastination – the factor that kills your gains

How to overcome career setbacks and take the place you deserve

When you start your career you plan for several years ahead,  or if you are braver for a decade or so. Then you roll out your strategy for a couple of months and everything looks fine. You continue with your efforts and a year rolls behind your back. Then another year and another and another. … Continue reading How to overcome career setbacks and take the place you deserve

How to use Maslow pyramid to boost employee engagement now

Abraham Maslow is one of the most commented minds in the business world. His theory about the hierarchy of needs is a basis for different researches, strategies, and plans connected with companies’ employees. Maslow divides people’s needs into 5 different categories, starting with those who are close to the animals and nature and finishing with … Continue reading How to use Maslow pyramid to boost employee engagement now

The onboarding plan you haven’t developed

Onboarding is one of the most important processes for new employees in every organization. No matter the size of the organization, the impact of the onboarding process can lead to a happy new employee or a fast leaving one.  In the beginning of 2019 I’ve met a group of colleagues, working in HR and we … Continue reading The onboarding plan you haven’t developed

The skills to lead others- Influencing

Nowadays we often here about influencing others, people who call themselves influencers etc. Influence is one of the tools, used from people all around the world to make money, win glory, become electrifying leaders etc. If you look at the definition of the word influence you in the dictionaries you will find a like the … Continue reading The skills to lead others- Influencing

The WIN-WIN approach for success

When you join a company, you start learning new things. Some of the areas you learn in are connected with the technical skills you need, others are more connected with culture and approach to others, third group  is more oriented to the communication style in the company  etc. If your company has set a developing … Continue reading The WIN-WIN approach for success