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Over 50% of people recruited into an organisation will leave within two years and one in four new recruits will resign in the first six months. The estimated organisational cost of just one failed executive-level hire can be as high as $2.7 million. Why is this?

Part of the problem is that new employees are not engaged.

How to engage new employees

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5 ways to…find purpose at work

Wikipedia is now our go-to for encyclopaedic information. But, throughout the 90s Encarta was king. So what possessed a group of dispersed, unpaid, unrecognised individuals to bring Wikipedia to fruition? A sense of purpose. And mattering at work matters a great deal to businesses. Here’s five ways to harness the power of purpose. 1. Recognise progress. Simply seeing the fruits of our labour can increase productivity by 30%. Feeling that we’re making progress further multiplies the effect. Pay attention to efforts that have been made and give them the recognition they deserve. 2. Turn us

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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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