A brand new episode with a special guest. I invited my Co-founder Justus von Wedekind to join the podcast. He is for sure an expert in the field of EX with a lot of practical experience. Justus gave clear tips on data-driven tools that help creating a better EX and took a critical view on F. Laloux's book: „Reinventing organizations".
Posts published in “employee engagement”
Despite its relevance, employee experience is a quite soft topic - hard to measure with clear KPI’s. Within this episode we spoke to Zanna van der Aa, an expert in the field of design work. Zanna knows how to build proof and helped us to understand why EX is so important for an organization to flourish.
The old methods of dealing with people in companies have failed. A "rebellious" approach from the real world is now to provide the instruction manual to create a corporate culture that produces highly committed employees. But what does all this have to do with "rebelling"? According to entrepreneur Glenn Elliott and HR Director Debra Corey: A lot! To show how it can be done differently, they have the #1 Amazon buyer in the HR 'Build it! The Rebel Playbook for Worldclass Employee Engagement.
One size fits all solutions do not work when it comes to motivating employees. The mammoth task of adapting individually to each person is possible without a long and intensive phase of getting to know each other. We present an approach that helps to get to know each other, to recognize motivation and potential and to promote an appreciation of diversity.
Due to the current challenge of organising work despite existing contact rules and prohibitions and to remain competitive as a company, the needs of the employees come to the fore and there is a need to reconcile work and private life, whereby flexible working time models can help. This article explains the possible psychological effects of a trust-based working time model using Job Characteristics Theory (Hackman & Oldham, 1975).