Emenex News – 7 March

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. A Dangerous Over-simplification I entered the fray of debate in LinkedIn this week, in response to one of those “Leader is…” and “Boss is…” type of discussions. Here’s the version I saw […]

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Are You Reaping the Dividend of Trust?

Given the reciprocal imposing of tariffs on US goods and services by the EU and China, the news that Harley Davidson is shifting some of its production from its Wisconsin facility to other facilities outside of the US is no great surprise. President Trump tweeted his disappointment in their approach stating that he was ‘Surprised […]

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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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Emenex News – 26 October

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: Do Organisations Really Need a ‘Chief Happiness Officer’? Marie Puybaraud, Global Head of Research at JLL, reports on the rising trend to appoint somebody in the role of ‘CHO’ or ‘Chief Happiness […]

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Emenex News – 17 August

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: Is Gamification Really Effective in Employee Engagement? An article published HR Zone this week proposes that “if you’ve got a serious engagement issue… you could try making a game of it.” The article goes […]

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