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December 16, 2013

How to Engage a High Performer

As revealed in our recent infographic, a common misconception in employee engagement is that the top performers in an organization are the self-starters who don’t need extra motivation. While it’s true that high performers are typically more upbeat than other employees, they too need a deep, purposeful connection with the organization to be engaged in […]

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December 10, 2013

It’s the Thought That Counts

We’re all familiar with the old adage that tells us it’s the thought that counts during the gift-giving season, and that certainly holds true for reward and recognition programs. However, we can get sidetracked during the holiday season thinking about the rewards that are coming to us, which is presumably how that old adage got […]

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December 3, 2013

Five Myths of Employee Engagement

Engaging employees is challenging enough without misinformation to contend with, which is why Michael C. Fina recently authored an infographic to address common misconceptions. Compiled below are the five most persistent myths of employee engagement along with the truths behind them: MYTH #1: CASH IS KING Cash is a “hygiene” factor, meaning organizations have to […]

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December 2, 2013

Engaging a Remote Workforce

At Michael C. Fina we’re always looking for new motivational tools, but the best tools are useless if your managers can’t regularly connect and engage with employees face-to-face.  Such is the case in many multinational organizations with business units spread out across the globe, or organizations with large remote workforces. While email and social media […]

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