We have made it to the final post in our annual blog recap series. This post dives into progressive leadership practices and work place culture. In a recent study that reported on the top four Human Resource concerns facing executives in 2015, attractive workplace culture, employee engagement, employee retention and successful succession leadership transitions are the top-of-the-mind concerns. This post adds considerable insight into these concerns.
The TIGERS Annual four-part recap series has broken all of this year’s blogs into four categories: Polls, Research, and Surveys, Management, Leadership, and HR Issues, Employee Engagement , and Progressive Leaders and Workplace Culture. This final article focuses on Progressive Leaders and Workplace Culture, which varies in topics from employee benefit programs to future work environments to essential skills leaders need for success.
We have made it easy to search through all of our 2014 articles to find the topics that most pertain to your organization, so enjoy the following articles, and make sure to visit parts one, two and three to catch up on all of our 2014 articles.
Progressive Leaders and Companies
This is the fourth and final installment of our four-part 2014 recap series. If you missed any of the first three, get caught up with all of our 2014 blog articles:
2014 Blog Recap Part 1 – Polls, Research, and Surveys (How does the latest research affect your business?)
2014 Blog Recap Part 2 – Management, Leadership, and HR Issues (Do business leaders have what it takes today?)
2014 Blog Recap Part 3 – Employee Engagement (Where is productivity and morale hiding?)
About TIGERS Success Series, Inc.
TIGERS is a Bend, Oregon team building consultant that licenses and trains HR Executives and Management Consultants to use powerful team development tools that help to transform organizations into the type of workplaces employees enjoy returning to after a couple of days off. This includes a team building exercise that helps team members discuss constructive team behavior that promotes high levels of collaboration and trust, strategic team problem solving facilitations, a website for continuing education and survey methodology that helps to track team improvement over time — as well as — identifying the teams next improvement opportunity. Join us in the 6 Principles that Build High Performance Teams leadership clinic to learn how to correctly develop new teams for complex organizational problem solving and change initiatives. Learn the steps required to transform low performing teams into excellent ones. Click here for the 2015 East Coast clinic schedule.