Podcast: Meet The Consultant – Charles Rogel, MBA

In this episode, we sit down with DecisionWise Vice President of Product Development, Senior Consultant, Charles Rogel, MBA. We discuss his career and his approach towards engagement, consulting, and leadership. Charles joined DecisionWise in 2004 and currently leads product development and provides consulting services to clients around the world. He regularly coaches leaders and works […]

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Infographic: 5 Personal Benefits of Employee Engagement

Download the PDF version of the Infographic It’s apparent that employee engagement increases the organization’s bottom line and performance, but what about the individual? As an employee, why would l care about being more engaged if it only means I have to work harder and the company reaps all of the rewards? 1. Safety Engaged […]

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5 Ingredients to Speak Your Employees’ Engagement Love Language

In 1995, author Gary Chapman published The Five Love Languages to help couples improve their relationships by showing them how their communication needs differ. For example, love might be felt by one person through acts of service, while another person may prefer words of affirmation. Chapman’s five love languages are: gift giving, quality time, words […]

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Podcast: Employee Engagement at UPMC

UPMC is operating in a healthcare environment that is incredibly complex and volatile based a variety of external factors. In order to remain agile, innovative, and positively disruptive, the organization needs highly engaged, high-performing leaders and employees to successfully execute its mission, vision, goals, and related strategies. Joe Dicianno, Ph.D., Manager of Talent Development and […]

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Webinar: Employee Engagement at UPMC

UPMC is operating in a healthcare environment that is incredibly complex and volatile based a variety of external factors. In order to remain agile, innovative, and positively disruptive, the organization needs highly engaged, high-performing leaders and employees to successfully execute its mission, vision, goals, and related strategies.  Joe Dicianno, Ph.D., Manager of Talent Development and […]

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Podcast: Promoting a Sense of Meaning

In this episode, we discuss practical ideas and suggestions that you can implement as a manager (and on an organizational level) to promote a sense of meaning with your employees. Further reading: Meaning: Your Work Has Purpose Beyond the Work Itself

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Podcast: Safety For Ideas And Opinions

In this episode, we discuss practical ideas and suggestions that you can implement as a manager (and on an organizational level) to create a culture where there is safety for ideas and opinions. Further reading: 5 Growth Conversations to Engage and Retain Your Employees

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The Power of Identifying and Engaging Your Hidden Influencers

By Beth Wilkins, Ph.D. and Natalia Smith Early in my career, an insightful mentor taught me that formal leaders are in charge but not in control. After ten acquisitive years at Oracle, I realized how accurate this axiom was. My role as an organizational effectiveness consultant gave me a front row seat to senior leaders’ […]

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Podcast: Meet the Consultant – Dan Hoopes, M.S.O.D.

In this episode, we sit down with DecisionWise Principal Consultant, Dan Hoopes, M.S.O.D. We discuss his career and his approach towards engagement, consulting, and leadership. Dan is a Principal Consultant at DecisionWise, where he is responsible for leading a consulting team. He is also responsible for partnering with organizations in creating change by enhancing organizational, […]

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Without Coaching and Goal-setting, Your 360 Degree Feedback Process is a Waste of Time and Money

Feedback is a vital part of performance, growth, and development. Understanding ourselves and how we interact with others helps us to understand the impact we have on those around us. The perceptions of others within our circle of influence, whether those perceptions are accurate or inaccurate, determine our level of success. Regardless of the accuracy […]

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