Top recruiters follow the basics steps of the placement process consistently no matter how long they have been recruiting. After being in the industry for 21 years, with all the new technology that has developed I still have to fill in my daily planner each evening so that I know what I need to do when I sit down at my desk the next morning. Not because anyone “makes” me do so – but because it is a need that comes from within me.
While the term “Employee Engagement” has a formal definition, it can be broken down into 3 fundamental areas.
#1 – Engaged with Work
Engagement is defined as an employee who is fully involved in, and enthusiastic about their work, and will act in a way that furthers their organization’s interests relative to their own productivity.
Is the Fear of Failure the “Big Gun’ of motivational tools? Or just another negative voice in your head. The answer may surprise you.
The phrase Fear of Failure usually carries with it a stigma of being a ‘negative’ motivator, and therefore not a good motivator. I say ‘negative schmegative’.
I began noticing some disturbing trends going on pertaining to my Facebook account last year or so.
The first of which was excessive friend requests from individuals I did not know and whom I suspected weren’t real people’s profiles to begin with.