The most important factor, which I find is hardly ever discussed when looking to create personal, cultural and organisational change, is measuring the current level of curiosity and if needed, crafting curiosity around the outcome you wish to achieve.
You’re probably aware of this already (or I hope you’re at least!) but people are mostly motivated by self interest. Recognising that we are missing out on something that others in our community are a part of is a massive motivation in taking action.
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In keeping with a loose tradition that I’ve cultivated over the last few years, I present the latest installment in my “Predictions for the world of learning, education and development in 2021”.
Now when I sat down this time in 2019 to share my predictions for 2020, I never imagined we would get the year we did. But, I mean, who did, right?
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Ah, the mystical employee experience, the mainstay objective that sits on every yearly HR strategy like a good old tick box.
Before the pandemic, most organisations looked at building a better employee experience as a nice to have. It was the thing you’d say you value most to the external world to prop up your employer brand. But, most likely the element you least invested in or understood.
The term “employee experience” kinda felt like one of those HR buzzwords that people love to use at company events, right?
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Looking to make better use of your workplace technology to create a great employee experience? Then look no further as I have some ideas to share with you.
In my humble opinion, the new starter onboarding process or the welcome experience as I prefer to call it, is one of the most important elements of joining a new company. One which sadly, many workplaces screw up.
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