Category Archives: organizational development

Creating Cultures of Engagement- What motivates your people?

Like many organizational consultants and coaches, I’m passionate about motivating the human heart and activating the human spirit in order for teams and organizations to achieve BIG Goals.   After 25 years of recruiting, training, mentoring large teams of volunteers as well as delivering hundreds of leadership workshops on Engaging Your People, here is what

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Creating Engagement: It’s not about the money, honey

With increasing opportunities and demand for top talent, employee disengagement is at an all time high, costing U.S. organizations over $300 B per year (according to Gallup’s conservative estimate). The average cost of losing and replacing an employee is equal to 2-3 times their annual salary. Deloitte LLP states that one-third of working Americans say

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Is your business social?

What IS a Social Business? Social Businesses believe that the achievement of meaningful change and evolution must consider people and processes as well as technology and platforms.  It is NOT social media- rather it’s what I call Organizational Development 2.0. The Difference Between Social Business and Social Media: Social Media are the platforms and technologies

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