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Powering Workforce Experience (Wx) through Empowerment

Employee empowerment is the clarity and the intent among an organization’s leaders to allow people to take more ownership and accountability of their work. Various research studies highlight that empowered employees deliver better performance, have higher job engagement, and tend to stay longer in their organizations. Leaders are instrumental in creating a sense of empowerment and autonomy and enabling people to take charge of their careers. They share control and allow team members to flourish. Some of the things great leaders do to enable and empower teams are: 1. Set clear expectations: They convey the precise outcomes needed for success and engage in open dialog about obstacles foreseen

Crafting Workforce Experience (Wx) by Communicating Impact

Older management theories seem to propose that work is a transaction. People turn up at work, we pay them and the transaction gets completed. However, research indicates that people crave for their work to have meaning and positive impact. Irrespective of whether one is a janitor or a CEO, the magnitude of one’s contributions to the organization and to the community at large makes a difference. A study conducted by BetterUp Labs in 2017 found that 90% of professionals surveyed would gladly take a 23% hit in their future earnings, if only they could find work that is more meaningful. (That’s a whopping $21,000 per person.) People feel a sense of being respected and valued if they know the lar

Nurturing Winning Teams

In a world obsessed with personal glory, inspirational individuals and strong people who can lift a failing organization by the scruff of its neck and shake it into a winner, teamwork is often an understated, under-recognized virtue. However, being social creatures, most people love to work in teams (that are not dysfunctional). If a team allows an individual to safely present ideas for discussion, be heard, and be valued as a contributor, the chances of the team being successful and the organization being successful are significantly higher. High-performing organizations such as Cisco, Google, and others are promoting teaming and networking within their organizations. This is hardly surpris

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