“When we get on with the work we’re passionate about–the work that makes a meaningful impact in people’s lives–everyone wins.” That is The Difference Between a Job and a Calling, so titled, in this post from Inc.
Reward and recognition is not only the right thing to do, it improves employee engagement and satisfaction. Remember, behaviors that are recognized get repeated. Check out “6 Unusual and Powerful Ways to Show Gratitude” from Inc.
Remember the Market Basket employee boycott supported by “the vast majority” of its employees? Why? To restore their CEO…
Arthur T. To the helm and [bring] his vision and values back to the company. There’s a simple recipe for success in Arthur T’s leadership at Market Basket: leading with the heart, as well as the head.
More in this Forbes post …The Value of Head and Heart.
“Nourishing Lives” is the tagline from this Leaders Online interview with Kendall J. Powell, Chairman and CEO of General Mills. “What makes this company so special? It starts with a very strong commitment to people…“
A couple years ago, The New York Times included an interview with Kevin Liles, Founder and CEO of KWL Enterprises; check out the timeless message shared in “Mistakes are O.K., but Never, Ever Lose Your Passion.”Quick Reads offers us an opportunity to share some of what we’re reading each week. Let us know how you connect with the articles and share with us and WRIE readers what you’re reading. _________________ Our mission at Studer Education is to help education systems achieve measurable results that produce positive outcomes in student achievement, employee engagement, support services, and financial efficiencies and productivity. Our goal is to help school systems provide students with a great place to learn, teachers with a great place to teach, and parents with confidence that their children are getting a great education. Follow us on Twitter at @StuderEducation and visit us online at http://studereducation.com. Studer Education is a division of Studer Group, ranked for the seventh straight year on the Best Small and Medium Workplaces by Great Place to Work® and a recipient of the 2010 Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award. Filed under: How to Lead..., Our Partners, Who's Engaged? Tagged: #EmployeeEngagement, #leaders, #MakingADifference, 5 Quick Reads, Continuous Improvement, Employee Engagement, Excellence, Five Quick Reads, Leadership, Purpose, Worthwhile Work