Posts Tagged ‘employee engagement’

The Holidays: Your Opportunity to Boost Employee Engagement

By Meredith Lepley on December 5th, 2016

Happy holidays! We at Miller Consultants hope everyone had a lovely Thanksgiving and is looking forward to a peaceful holiday season. The holidays are a time of kindness, giving, family, togetherness, and gratitude for the many blessings in our lives, and we at Miller Consultants are so grateful for you—our clients and friends. Interestingly, gratitude […]

Use Your Strengths and Stay Engaged

By Miller Consultants on December 7th, 2015

How We Can Maintain Out Motivation When Faced With Change Half Day Classroom Learning for All Employees Many of us experience some anxiety when faced with change.  When we encounter uncertainty we may become less productive and engaged in our work.  However there are ways to maintain our own motivation while navigating through change.  Objectives […]

Communication Skills for the High Performance Workplace

By Miller Consultants on December 7th, 2015

Transparency for the Changing Organization Half – Day Classroom Learning for All Employees All of us rely on strong relationships to get things done at work.  And the way we communicate determines the quality of our connections.  Even in the most ideal conditions – constant team members, stable environment both inside and outside the organization, […]

Employee Engagement – Does One Size Fit All?

By Kathy Miller on October 19th, 2015

Employee engagement is a hot topic in the work world these days. Companies of all sizes and types are rushing to measure it, increase it, and define it – too often in that order! How about taking a more strategic approach to the topic by asking yourself a few simple questions before you jump into […]

Flexibility: Culture Matters More Than Policy

By Meredith Lepley on April 16th, 2015

A friend of mine started a new job recently and negotiated the amount and type of flexibility she’d receive, even requesting that it be written into her employment contract. According to 1 Million for Work Flexibility, she’s not alone. More and more job candidates perceive flexibility as currency and are negotiating for it in the […]

How to Thrive at Work: Tips for You and Your Employees

By Meredith Lepley on April 16th, 2015

Do you love what you do? I do. One of the tasks that I particularly enjoy is conducting employee surveys for organizations. Conducting these surveys, relaying important information about employee satisfaction and engagement to organizational leaders, and helping them initiate changes that will improve the lives of their employees gives me a wonderful sense of […]

The Masters of Customer Service: Observations at the World’s Most Prestigious Golf Tournament

By Meredith Lepley on April 16th, 2015

Last week I was very fortunate to attend the prestigious Masters golf tournament at Augusta National Golf Club. Four days enjoying beautiful scenery, watching golf’s greatest stars competing in a world-renowned tournament, and no work—how fantastic! But my mind could not escape work. Not because I had difficulty unplugging, but rather because I, an organizational […]

The Power of Employee Engagement Surveys

By Meredith Lepley on March 6th, 2015

According to World at Work, a recent study finds that a whopping 43% of Millennials plan to actively look for a new job in 2015. Nearly half of Millennials are not fully engaged with their current organizations because their personal values do not line up with those of their organization. How about the Millennials at […]