Tag Archives: employee engagement

Share the insomnia

Ian Portsmouth of Profit Magazine wrote an editorial on Ownership Thinking in a recent issue. “If you feel your employees don’t care enough about the success of your business and the problems within it, then maybe you haven’t given them … Continue reading

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How to Create a Business Culture of Employee Engagement, High Performance and Fun

Ownership Thinking will move your employees from “me” to “us,” creating a better work environment and significantly improving financial performance. There are four requirements in creating an environment of Ownership Thinking. The first is talent, the right people to move … Continue reading

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Boosting employee engagement in your company

Trying to boost employee engagement in your company? Here’s a few tips from Brad Hams to help ensure success: How to identify an entitlement culture: At the heart of entitlement is the notion that if I want something I should … Continue reading

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Incentives

We’ve been discussing the Ownership Thinking (OT) system and the keys to turning workplaces of poor-performing or disengaged employees into motivated, passionate and profit-focused team players. But what we haven’t covered are the incentives necessary to make that happen. We … Continue reading

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Gauging Workplace Performance

It’s one thing to hire the right people and provide them with the right tools to succeed in an Ownership Thinking (OT) environment, but the big question remains: How best to gauge their performance? This is a tough question given … Continue reading

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The Right Education

In my last post I discussed the importance of recruiting and hiring the right people to suit your company’s needs after implementing Ownership Thinking (OT) concepts. But no matter how wonderful that new employee may be, they can only perform … Continue reading

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Key Ingredient for Successfully Implementing Ownership Thinking

I’m often asked to outline the key ingredient that helps firms successfully implement Ownership Thinking (OT) among their workforce. There’s actually four critical elements, but probably the most important is having the right people in place to make the transition … Continue reading

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