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The Missing Links in Leadership Development: Action & Engagement

The Missing Links in Leadership Development: Action & Engagement

As a former program manager of a community leadership program I often asked our guest speakers to define leadership. I usually received some warm and fluffy textbook remarks about skills, traits and styles – followed by some cold stares. There was always something missing and everyone was seeking the same answer – including the speaker. Why is it so difficult to define and quantify leadership? What are the missing links?
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FREE Employee Engagement Resources

FREE Employee Engagement Resources

Evolve Performance Group offers numerous employee engagement resources to help organizations better understand what employee engagement is and how a focus on engagement can drive business performance. Browse our resources page to learn more.
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Get to Know Everything DiSC®

Everything DiSC is not a test, it's a personality assessment. This research-validated model helps you understand yourself and others, saving you time, energy, and money. Better employee communication means efficiency on both individual and company levels. This video demonstrates the power of Everything DiSC and the impact it can bring to your company.
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Houston Northwest Chamber Launches Business Accelerator Program

Houston, Spring & Klein, Champions TX –– The Houston Northwest Chamber is pleased to announce the launch of a new program designed to provide small to medium businesses and teams with the tools and advantages that corporations enjoy regularly. The Chamber has partnered with Chamber member Evolve Performance Group (Evolve PG), an international consulting and training firm that uses unique survey instruments to produce useful data to drive organizational results. The program is comprised of a co...
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Owning Your Own Engagement

Employee Engagement has been a "buzz term" for some time now. There are tons of providers that claim they can increase engagement levels inside of companies. Their surveys and methodologies quite often focus on the wrong issues at the wrong levels. If you're in an organization that measures engagement and then does little to nothing with the results, or if your organization doesn't place any emphasis on it at all, there are a few things that you can do to drive your own persona...
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How to Get People to Do What You Want Them to Do

If this article title pulled you in, maybe you’ve recently realized that having a better tactic or using your charisma is not producing the influence you would have hoped. You’ve read the leadership and negotiation books and you’ve witnessed some disturbing YouTube videos that appear to prove you no longer need talent or a point to be in front of a camera.
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The Truth About Exit Interviews

This LinkedIn article addresses an uncomfortable issue- exit interviews. In it, the author points out a very strange fact about these formalities: why do employers care so much about someone's engagement as they walk out the door? Why not care about them every day on the job instead? Check out the article for advice and tips on how to boost engagement and show employees you care each and every day. Click here for the full article!
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Strength of the Week Wrap-Up: Activator

The Wrap-Up for our Strength of the Week is now available! Activators are always ready to go and find themselves constantly asking, "When can we start?" If you want to know more about Strengths then follow us on Facebook for daily updates on a new theme each week! Click here for the full article!
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For one client a .10 increase in employee engagement
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