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Ana White recently moved to F5 from Microsoft, where she led global HR teams for over 18 years across multiple business units. She joined us at TINYcon to share her best advice for driving real change and promoting positive behaviors at all levels of your organization.
As a leader, it’s important that you find ways to provide employees with a healthy work-life balance while also ensuring that the company is performing well and meeting goals. In striving to help employees achieve work-life balance, you must look to strike your own sense of balance between the company’s bottom line and employee morale.
Have you ever worked at an organization and hated it? Or you loved it so much that you never wanted to leave? Heather Younger, best-selling author of “The 7 Intuitive Laws of Employee Loyalty” and Founder/CEO of Customer Fanatix, is an employee loyalty advocate.
An organization is only as good as its employees. It may have state of the art buildings, equipment, vehicles, and a large budget, but if it has low quality employees it can be difficult to compete effectively. These days, innovation is the name of the game, particularly in technology-based businesses. Innovation depends entirely on people. Behemoths like Google, Facebook, Microsoft, and Apple are so successful not just because of technology, but also because of people.
The concept of employee engagement has evolved into a key area of focus for employers. A solid engagement strategy has been proven to be an effective method for improving both company culture and productivity. After designing an employee engagement strategy, the first step to deploying it is to introduce your strategy to the leadership within your company. An essential aspect to this step is providing leadership with a solid understanding of the strategy and benefits held by both employee engagement strategies in general and the specific strategies your company will be implementing.