HR Workforce Development

HBR

What Self-Awareness Really Is (and How to Cultivate It)

January 02, 2018

​Self-awareness seems to have become the latest management buzzword — and for good reason. Research suggests that when we see ourselves clearly, we are more confident and more creative. We make sounder decisions, build stronger relationships, and communicate more effectively. We’re less likely to lie, cheat, and steal. We are better workers who get more promotions. And we’re more-effective leaders with more-satisfied employees and more-profitable companies.

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HBR

HBR Magazine: The new science of team chemistry (Cover Story March 2017)

March - April, 2017

We have been measuring Team Culture for 3 years. No one else in the industry knows how to do this, nor how to leverage the science for better team engagement and for predicted performance in recruiting.

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WSJ

Wall Street Journal: In Search of a Perfect Team at Work

April 4, 2017

This article supports our premise that you can actually measure with data/A.I. to identify top performing teams, and how teams “fit” together. This is what we do!

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Bain and Co

Who's responsible for employee engagement?

December 11, 2013

​"Fanatical" customer support is the mantra at Rackspace, an IT hosting company. The highest recognition a Rackspace employee can receive is a Straightjacket, given monthly as an award to the person who can't be restrained in pursuit of great customer service. Customers reward Rackspace with an intense loyalty that stands among the best in the industry, loyalty that has contributed to the company’s 25% compound annual revenue growth and 48% profit growth since 2008.

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Gallup

Worldwide, 13% of Employees Are Engaged at Work

October 8, 2013

​Only 13% of employees worldwide are engaged at work, according to Gallup's new 142-country study on the State of the Global Workplace. In other words, about one in eight workers -- roughly 180 million employees in the countries studied -- are psychologically committed to their jobs and likely to be making positive contributions to their organizations.

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