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How much do you (or your managers) delegate? If the answer is “a good bit,” it may be time for a different approach. Read More

Is Bureaucracy Killing Engagement at Your Company?

There’s nothing wrong with having a traditional hierarchy—most companies do—what does matter is the ability for employees at all levels to make an impact and affect change. Read More

You Have a Strong Company Vision. Do Your Employees REALLY Buy Into It?

It’s not uncommon for knowledge-based office settings to have a very hands-on model. While this can positively affect workflows, it makes it difficult for desk-bound knowledge workers to feel a sense of autonomy and job ownership. Read More

How to Motivate Employees Through Passion and Purpose

Allowing employees greater autonomy to do their best work will give them the freedom to inject projects with personal meaning. Read More

3 Simple Ways to Build Trust In The Workplace

Autonomy creates freedom to complete your work as you want without every detail being micromanaged. And this freedom is a really big deal to employees. Read More

The Engagement Drivers Behind 7 Common Motivational Quotes for Employees

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How Companies Like Patagonia Align Culture with Policies & Procedures

Semco employees are trusted to use their expertise to make decisions about how best to do their jobs. Rather than dictating from on high, freedom is given freely and conditions are created so people can find their own best solutions. Read More

Company Culture Examples: The Ultimate Guide

Successful organizations understand that one of the greatest drivers of productivity is pride of ownership in one’s work. Their employees are empowered to innovate and work autonomously, without micro-managing or hand-holding. Read More

How to Engage Employees Through a Culture of Ownership

Get tactical advice on engaging employees in your business by giving them a stake in its success. Read More

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