A Work Culture that builds Team Cohesion

A Work Culture that builds Team Cohesion

As you know, cohesion has to do with sticking together, but it is not simply being stuck together.  Team cohesion can be defined as the broad set of attributes that allow a team to be productive within itself and within it’s organizational community. Cohesion occurs when the sticking together leads to a united whole. For example, a chair has cohesive parts because the wood pieces stick to each other in a way which constructs the united whole, the chair.  If the parts stuck together in a way which did not form the chair, it is not cohesive. In the same way, in a functional organization, each part, each team, needs… Read More

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Three Keys to Translating CSR into Employee Engagement

Three Keys to Translating CSR into Employee Engagement

Corporate social responsibility has become a catch-phrase in the philanthropic world.  The perception of CSR departments is that the corporate is looking to dump money on whichever NGO applies first. However, many corporates have built extensive internal structures to ensure that their CSR initiatives serve a greater purpose than just satisfying the government and PR requirements. One purpose corporates embrace is that CSR can directly translate into employee engagement.  Sometimes, this is easier said than done. Three Keys that Reinvent CSR for Employee Engagement In and of itself, CSR does little for employee engagement.  While it strengthens the relationship between the corporate and the society, the employee is left out… Read More

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