Engaging People Podcast by DecisionWise is the premiere business, organizational change, and human resources podcast on the web. Listen to real life case studies and interviews with organizational change and human resources experts. Listen as they share best practices on how to increase employee engagement, how to give feedback, practical advice on how to be a leader, how to develop a thriving company culture, tips on management and team building, and real life business stories from years of practical work experience.
Ep. 153: Employee Lifecycle Survey Best Practices
The need to hire, retain, and motivate employees has never been more vital to the success of organizations. During this episode we will discuss the strategic advantages of using employee lifecycle surveys to measure the key factors that contribute to a great onboarding experience and understand the main reasons for why employees leave. Join DecisionWise COO, David Long, and VP of Consulting Services, Charles Rogel, as they review several employee lifecycle survey best practices based on years of experience working with hundreds of clients.
Ep. 152: Employee Engagement Survey Action Planning Best Practices
Once employee survey feedback is collected, there are several ways to use the data to promote organizational change and improve employee engagement. DecisionWise COO, David Long, and VP of Consulting Services, Charles Rogel, will review several best-practice action planning approaches based on years of experience working with hundreds of clients. Topics addressed during this session include:
• How to define your organization employee engagement strategy and best action-planning approach
• The differences between enterprise-wide, department, and team-level action planning
• How to form an employee action planning committee
• How to shift ownership and accountability from HR to leaders throughout the organization
• Best-practice frameworks and templates to facilitate action planning
Ep. 151: Employee Engagement Best Practices for 2022
One question to consider as you think about whether to put effort and investment into employee engagement: “Is engagement worth the effort and investment we put into it?” The short answer to this question is “yes,” but depending on the type of organization you are, engagement may be more critical or less critical to your success.
During this podcast we’ll share the best methods for preparing, administering, and rolling out the results from your employee engagement survey based on over 20 years of experience conducting surveys around the world. We’ll also identify the most common mistakes organizations make when conducting an employee engagement survey and how to avoid them.
Ep. 150: How Managers Can Better Recognize Employees
Everybody likes to be acknowledged for a job well done. We all like to feel validated and yet, many managers are reluctant to give recognition. Why is this?
If we recognize someone for the things they are doing, it increases their discretionary effort. They’re more highly engaged and they know how to produce faster because they’ve gotten feedback that what they’ve done is right, and they want to do it even more and more.
Learn more about these concepts and ideas on giving recognition in this insightful conversation.
Ep. 149: 360 Degree Feedback Insights and Analytics
What can 360 Degree Feedback tell us about our workforce? Join us as we share the trends and patterns we’ve seen from combing through millions of survey results. Learn how you can harness this power for your organization.
Ep. 148: Creating Psychological Safety in the Workplace
In this episode, Matt Wride and Charles Rogel discuss one of DecisionWise’s core leadership competencies: Psychological Safety. They'll dive into the academic research around psychological safety and explore how the concept has played out over time in the professional workplace. They'll also share stories and give best practices on how to foster a feeling of psychological safety on your team.
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I have really loved that they introduce the expert at the beginning who is doing the podcast, because I know I’m getting top of the line information about best practices when it comes to engaging people.
Listening to the insight of such consultants and other professionals brought a lot of things I need to conside to the table. Especially in the industry that I work in, the playing field is always changing and it's great to have access to content/advice like this.
Very interesting content.