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Business units scoring in the top quartile of employee engagement, compared to those in the bottom quartile enjoy higher customer satisfaction, higher profitability, greater productivity, lower employee turnover, fewer safety incidents, lower absenteeism and fewer quality defects.

So, what’s the difference between those getting it right, and those falling behind? And how can we ensure we’re one of the ones getting it right? We’ve done the research so you don’t have to.

How to keep your people flourishing whatever the weather

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5 ways to… boost the office energy

Summer has finally arrived. But, even the word ‘July’ can cause the dreaded summer slump. As half the workforce jet off on holiday, those remaining start wishing they were too. It’s easy for the al-fresco lunch break to turn into an afternoon of poor productivity. So now, more than ever, it’s time to breathe life into the office and energise your staff. 1. Be a conductor. Just as yawns are contagious, so is emotional energy. In fact, moods are transmitted with such ease because they can be vital signals for survival. Think of yourself as a mood manager. Harness the power of emotional contagi

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