Q1 Blog

Employee remuneration expectations – frequency or value?

If you want to earn a higher salary, the excepted way of doing it is to take on more responsibility and possibly undertake further training.
For those who want higher pay, this can often be the sticking point, particularly if they are not self-motivated enough to develop their own careers.

Do high performers want, or need appreciation?

Understanding employees’s expectations towards authority helps to analyze the relationship between the desire for autonomy and the level of initiative, the relationship between the desire to lead and the willingness to make decisions, and how an individual responds to structure.

Identifying leaders based on their authority expectations

Understanding employees’s expectations towards authority helps to analyze the relationship between the desire for autonomy and the level of initiative, the relationship between the desire to lead and the willingness to make decisions, and how an individual responds to structure.

Communication Expectations – are your people engaged?

If the cost of poor communication is: mistakes, wasted time, wasted money, bad recruitment, missed sales, dysfunctional teams, poor morale and slow innovation – what is the value of good communication?

Good communication is a key indicator of how your employee engagement strategies are working.

social expectations

Social Expectations – engaging your team

The greater part of a worker’s day is spent in the work environment, so not surprisingly employees want good relationships with the people whom they spend the majority of their time with: their immediate co-workers, other employees, supervisors and bosses.