Emenex News – 9th November

Every two weeks we bring you opinion, news and research on Employee Engagement, Leadership and Organisational Performance, along with some thoughts on practical workplace applications. Editorial: A Case of Failed Integrity It’s been a difficult week in politics in the UK, and this time not just because of Brexit. Following the troubling revelations about the behaviour of Harvey […]

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When values really matter…

When values really matter… Most organisations have a set of published values; some even work according to them! The organisation’s shared values (when aligned with those of the individual employees) enable everyone to work together to deliver results according to the priorities the organisation is working to. Values are the philosophies or principles describing what […]

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What organisations can learn from a surprising Paralympic success

What organisations can learn from a surprising Paralympic success The Paralympic Games in Rio, which ended last weekend, provided entertainment, inspiration, drama, excitement and, for me at least, the greatest of admiration for some astonishing sporting achievements. One thing that surprised me as the games progressed, was just how well Ukrainian athletes were performing, and thus […]

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When Employee Voice Goes Wrong IBM Kenexa’s Employee Voice survey platform provides a powerful and far reaching set of tools that enables companies to gain a deep understanding of what their employees really think on a range of issues, forming the basis for ongoing growth and development. It’s no accident that IBM chose the name […]

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The Power of Partnership

Despite it being over 40 years ago, I remember one school chemistry lesson vividly. The teacher filled a large bowl with water, and asked what effect it would have on fire. “It would put it out” we said, thinking it was rather too basic a question. Then he produced a lump of potassium. What will […]

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