Six Universal Drivers That Maximize Employee Engagement

Eric Jacobson

Overland Park, Kansas-based author Leigh Branham, along with Mark Hirschfeld, awhile back completed a survey of 10,000 employees in 43 states to better understand what separates a "best places to work" company from other companies.

6 Universal Drivers That Maximize Employee Engagement

Eric Jacobson

Overland Park, Kansas-based author Leigh Branham , along with Mark Hirschfeld, awhile back completed a survey of 10,000 employees in 43 states to better understand what separates a "best places to work" company from other companies.

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Six Universal Drivers That Maximize Employee Engagement

Eric Jacobson

Overland Park, Kansas-based author Leigh Branham , along with Mark Hirschfeld, awhile back completed a survey of 10,000 employees in 43 states to better understand what separates a "best places to work" company from other companies.

Six Universal Drivers That Maximize Employee Engagement

Eric Jacobson

Overland Park, Kansas-based author Leigh Branham, along with Mark Hirschfeld, awhile back completed a survey of 10,000 employees in 43 states to better understand what separates a "best places to work" company from other companies.

The Six Universal Drivers At "Best Places To Work" Companies

Eric Jacobson

Overland Park, Kansas-based author Leigh Branham, along with Mark Hirschfeld, awhile back completed a survey of 10,000 employees in 43 states to better understand what separates a "best places to work" company from other companies.

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The Six Universal Drivers To Maximize Employee Engagement

Eric Jacobson

Overland Park, Kansas-based author Leigh Branham, along with Mark Hirschfeld, awhile back completed a survey of 10,000 employees in 43 states to better understand what separates a "best places to work" company from other companies.

Best Places To Work Companies Use These Six Universal Drivers

Eric Jacobson

Overland Park, Kansas-based author Leigh Branham, along with Mark Hirschfeld, awhile back completed a survey of 10,000 employees in 43 states to better understand what separates a "best places to work" company from other companies.

Three Things Coaches As Leaders Do To Drive Success

Eric Jacobsen Blog

Former University of Kansas head basketball coach Roy Williams once told U.S. Williams was the head coach at the University of Kansas from 1988 to 2003.

David Perlmutter Talks Blogs, Interactors, and Jon Stewart - Online Fundraising, Advocacy, and Social Media - frogloop

Care2

60) Search « Five Minutes with Fundraising Guru Ted Hart (Video) | Main | Replay: Using Email to Engage Activists, Cultivate Donors » Friday Aug 29 2008 David Perlmutter Talks Blogs, Interactors, and Jon Stewart Friday, August 29, 2008 at 11:10AM | by Clinton OBrien David Perlmutter , author of the new book Blog Wars , is a professor at the University of Kansas School of Journalism & Mass Communications.

How To Create A "Best Places To Work" Company

Eric Jacobson

What youll read is primarily based on what Ive learned from a variety of mentors, co-workers and supervisors over the past 30 years. -- Eric Jacobson -- formerly a Senior Vice President at Penton Media in Overland Park, Kansas (Kansas City, MO). skip to main | skip to sidebar Eric Jacobson On Management And Leadership Welcome! This blogs tips and ideas are perfect for managers and leaders of all types of small to large businesses and nonprofit organizations.

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Furthering Your Nonprofit Career: 3 Tips for Development

Bloomerang

She received her master’s in public administration from the University of Memphis and is a Certified Nonprofit Professional. They live in Leawood, Kansas. Starting a career in the nonprofit sector is an admirable achievement.

How To Help Your Employees Click More At Work

Eric Jacobson

What youll read is primarily based on what Ive learned from a variety of mentors, co-workers and supervisors over the past 30 years. -- Eric Jacobson -- formerly a Senior Vice President at Penton Media in Overland Park, Kansas (Kansas City, MO). Saturday, June 19, 2010 How To Help Your Employees Click More At Work Research from universities around the country show that employees who "click" with each other at work have more career success.

Three Things Coaches Must Do To Drive Success

Eric Jacobson

Former University of Kansas head basketball coach Roy Williams once told U.S. Williams was the head coach at the University of Kansas from 1988 to 2003 and is now the head coach for the North Carolina Tar Heels. News and World Report magazine that there are three things that coaches as leaders must do to drive success : "Have everyone on the team focus on the same goal." And, the leader must effectively communicate that goal to the team.

What Coaches As Leaders Do To Drive Success

Eric Jacobson

Former University of Kansas head basketball coach Roy Williams once told U.S. Williams was the head coach at the University of Kansas from 1988 to 2003 and is now the head coach for the North Carolina Tar Heels. News and World Report magazine that there are three things that coaches as leaders must do to drive success : "Have everyone on the team focus on the same goal." And, the leader must effectively communicate that goal to the team.

Coaches As Leaders Do This To Drive Success

Eric Jacobson

Former University of Kansas head basketball coach Roy Williams once told U.S. Williams was the head coach at the University of Kansas from 1988 to 2003 and is now the head coach for the North Carolina Tar Heels. News and World Report magazine that there are three things that coaches as leaders must do to drive success : "Have everyone on the team focus on the same goal." And, the leader must effectively communicate that goal to the team.

The Six Drivers That Maximize Employee Engagement

Eric Jacobson

Overland Park, Kansas-based author Leigh Branham, along with Mark Hirschfeld, awhile back completed a survey of 10,000 employees in 43 states to better understand what separates a "best places to work" company from other companies.

What Coaches Do To Drive Success

Eric Jacobson

Former University of Kansas head basketball coach Roy Williams once told U.S. Williams was the head coach at the University of Kansas from 1988 to 2003 and is now the head coach for the North Carolina Tar Heels. News and World Report magazine that there are three things that coaches as leaders must do to drive success : "Have everyone on the team focus on the same goal." And, the leader must effectively communicate that goal to the team.

Three Things Coaches Must Do To Drive Success

Eric Jacobson

Former University of Kansas head basketball coach Roy Williams once told U.S. Williams was the head coach at the University of Kansas from 1988 to 2003 and is now the head coach for the North Carolina Tar Heels. News and World Report magazine that there are three things that coaches as leaders must do to drive success : "Have everyone on the team focus on the same goal." And, the leader must effectively communicate that goal to the team.

How To Maximize Employee Engagement

Eric Jacobson

Overland Park, Kansas-based author Leigh Branham, along with Mark Hirschfeld, awhile back completed a survey of 10,000 employees in 43 states to better understand what separates a "best places to work" company from other companies.

Member Appreciation Month: Day 30

NTEN

Katie Coffman, University of Kansas Endowment. As we wrap up the final week of Member Appreciation Month, we want to highlight a very special NTEN Story, from a very special NTEN Member, Beth Kanter: #NTENThanks to Beth for being such a vital part of the NTEN Community. One more time, last but not least, the final participation prizes for the month.

The story of culture shift told from Youtube. (Great Presentation at the Library of Congress)

Network-Centric Advocacy

Mike Wesch Assistant Professor of Cultural Anthropology of Kansas State University does a fantastic overview of the culture shift. He looks at Youtube as anthropologic study area. It is definitely worth watching. Mike presents a strong case that culture is shifting the way that people connect and build relations. It shows how new culture creates synchronizing effects. It is only a matter of time that organizing in a political sense gets reshaped by these forces.

Welcome to the Blogosphere: Julia Fabris McBride

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

A few years ago when I was working for the Online Arts Leadership project with the New York State Alliance for Arts Organizations and Cornell University, I met Julia Fabris McBride. McBride will make their long-anticipated move to Matfield Green, a town of 70 people in the heart of Flint Hills of Kansas. At the time, she was deputy director for programming at the Illinois Arts Alliance Foundation (IAAF). She has since started her own consultanting company, Community Collaborations.

Leader Profile: Clayton Daniels

Eric Jacobson

Clayton (Clay) Daniels is VP of Operations , Midwest Service & Solutions at Kansas City-based U.S. He''s also one of the Kansas City area''s most inspiring leaders. Daniels was a Major in the US Army , has an MBA from the Bloch School of Management at University of Missouri-Kansas City ( UMKC) , and moved into his VP role at U.S. Question: What are some of the best ways to network with other business leaders in the Kansas City area?

Lessons Learned in the First Year of My Social Venture

NonProfit Hub

I was at the tail-end of a grad program at the University of Kansas, and amazingly frustrated with the complete lack of action at a larger university like mine. Lucky for me, my hometown of Kansas City is home to one of the most vibrant entrepreneurial communities in the U.S. I got myself into the Kansas City Startup Village , a grassroots community that put all kinds of startups within ten blocks of me.

3 New Year’s Rituals for Nonprofits That Can Boost Professional Success

Beth Kanter

I also facilitated leadership and digital strategy workshops for the United Way Leadership Conference, Stanford University Nonprofit Management Institute, Knight Digital Media Learning Seminar, and Celgene’s Annual Meeting. I also taught a workshop for social startups at Singularity University here in Mountain, View on how to create a Happy Healthy Start Up Culture. I would like to wish all my readers, colleagues, and friends a happy new year!

Start Your September with New Tech Skills

Tech Soup Blog

Kansas City, Missouri: BidPal — Event and Auction Software. Yaoundé, Cameroon: Strengthening the Capacity of Female University Dropouts. I'm not in school anymore, but September still feels like the real beginning of the new year. That's why this is the perfect time to make a fresh start on your nonprofit tech resolutions. TechSoup is here to help you no matter how you prefer to learn. Prefer to go at your own pace?

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This and That

Michael Stein's Non-profit Technology Blog

Dave King is the acting director of IT at the Kansas City public library. Amy Kincaid, whose blog on fundraising is always worth looking at, points us this week to a great list of fundrasing and grantwriting resources hosted at Michigan State University. As if you don't get enough of my holding forth here, Marshall Kirkpatrick interviewed me the other day for Techsoup's Netsquared project, and posted it here.

Guest Post by Heather McLeod Grant: Reflections on the Personal Democracy Forum

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

However, there were astonishingly few nonprofits or foundations present at PDF (unless you count academics from universities). The other most compelling presentation of the conference was by Michael Wesch , from Kansas State, who talked about how YouTube and online video is shaping our notions of self and identity, allowing for new possibilities of connection and community. (He’s

Making Oz Home

NTEN

Kosak, the company’s President, said that “the new employee’s attitude was contagious: some of the non-disabled employees began to improve their performance.” ( Kansas University Center for Research on Learning,‘Help Wanted: Diversifying and Strengthening your Workforce by Hiring People with Disabilities’, 2005). By Terry Booth, Media Director, PLUK. It all started back in March of this year.

Book Review - Unbowed by Wangari Maathai

Have Fun - Do Good

Scholastica College in Atchison, Kansas, an M.S. in Biological Sciences from the University of Pittsburgh, and a Ph.D in Anatomy from the University of Nairobi, where she became the Chair of the Department of Veterinary Anatomy in 1976 and an Associate Professor in 1977. What people see as fearlessness is really persistence. Because I am focused on the solution, I don't see the danger.

Keeping history alive and lost productivity in the office

Connection Cafe

Growing up in Southeast Kansas it was a simple trip to neighboring Arkansas and a visit to Pea Ridge National Military Park. I visited Pea Ridge battlefield again while my brother attended the University Arkansas and still have the photos of what is one of the best preserved battlefields in the country. Until his retirement, my dad was a social studies teacher at the high school level. Most often we told people he was a history professor as that was the easiest way to explain it.

Wikipedia: the next research frontier | Beaconfire Wire

Allegiance Group

Though since there exist the equivalent in universities, I suppose it could be argued that Conservapedia is not only possible, it’s inevitable), there may be someone out there who needs to know something – do you want your contribution to human knowledge out there where it can help them or locked away in a dusty library?

Read "The Seven Arts Of Change"

Eric Jacobson

What youll read is primarily based on what Ive learned from a variety of mentors, co-workers and supervisors over the past 30 years. -- Eric Jacobson -- formerly a Senior Vice President at Penton Media in Overland Park, Kansas (Kansas City, MO). skip to main | skip to sidebar Eric Jacobson On Management And Leadership Welcome! This blogs tips and ideas are perfect for managers and leaders of all types of small to large businesses and nonprofit organizations.

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David Perlmutter Talks Blogs, Interactors, and Jon Stewart - Online Fundraising, Advocacy, and Social Media - frogloop

Care2

60) Search « Five Minutes with Fundraising Guru Ted Hart (Video) | Main | Replay: Using Email to Engage Activists, Cultivate Donors » Friday Aug 29 2008 David Perlmutter Talks Blogs, Interactors, and Jon Stewart Friday, August 29, 2008 at 11:10AM | by Clinton OBrien David Perlmutter , author of the new book Blog Wars , is a professor at the University of Kansas School of Journalism & Mass Communications.

gokubi.com

gokubi.com

I am the son of a black man from Kenya and a white woman from Kansas. Marine; who has studied and lectured at some of the finest universities and seminaries in the country, and who for over thirty years led a church that serves the community by doing God’s work here on Earth – by housing the homeless, ministering to the needy, providing day care services and scholarships and prison ministries, and reaching out to those suffering from HIV/AIDS.