Resources to help you to know your people
BE SOMEONE PEOPLE CAN CONFIDE IN
We know that when people have someone who they can talk to at work it increases levels of authenticity. Research shows that higher levels of authenticity also increases job satisfaction, engagement and higher performance. Find out in this HBR article how you can be someone people will confide in.
This Gallup article gives the business case for focusing on people’s strengths, rather than trying to correct their weaknesses.
- Managers account for 70% of variance in engagement across business units
- Gallup studied strengths-based practices for 1.2 million employees globally
- Strengths-based companies saw better sales, profit and customer engagement
This NY Times article asks ‘what are the ingredients that make some families effective, resilient and happy?’ It argues that the COVID-19 crisis proides us with a great opportunity to explore these questions.