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Passionate. Committed. Invested in your company’s mission. When you reach burnout, NONE of these words likely describe you. So, what can we DO about burnout? What does the return path look like? Hold up. What exactly is an engaged employee? An employee’s level of engagement represents the level of discretionary effort they’re willing to put into their work. Engaged employees are emotionally and rationally attached to their organizations and are eager to go above and beyond to help their com...
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Annual listing recognizes ten companies at the forefront of providing employee engagement services COLUSA, Calif. -- Today, Activate Human Capital Group (AHCG) was recognized by HR Tech Outlook, a leading print and digital news outlet that covers the human resources industry, as one of the top ten providers of employee engagement services in the nation. “Activate Human Capital’s current suite of products represents 60 collective years of research and practice in this space and 11 years ...
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The internet is ripe with surveys of all types. We can identify which character we are most like from Game of Thrones and what type of cheese best represents us with ease. Finding surveys to assess employee attitudes, happiness, engagement, and/or desired benefits is an amazingly cluttered space.
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Activate Human Capital Group continues to be passionate about the fact every person has strengths or talents that should be put to use in all aspects of life. There are numerous ways to develop these strengths, especially when working on teams. One way to classify strengths and to build both employees and teams, is to understand the four domains that act as an umbrella for the 34 strengths. According to Gallup, “These domains describe how people and teams use their talents to work with informat...
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It sounds like a saying on a motivational poster, but research shows that building on your natural talents is a far more effective way to get where you want to be in life. It’s also a more efficient way to build your team, your department, and your organization. Investing in talents happens when we add the knowledge, skills, and experience that allow individuals to practice and perfect the things they’re already good at or show early signs of aptitude for. 
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The workplace is changing at a rapid rate and with those changes come new issues to be addressed by leadership within an organization. The role of manager means something different from decades past. Instead of distributing and evaluating tasks and performance, managers are now expected to walk alongside their employees, guiding and leading them along the way. This shift can mean vast improvements for your organization, but what does really that look like?
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One of the most crucial aspects of strengths and talents involves the continuous building of those strengths and deliberate planning for an organization to utilize those talents for growth. Justin Perez of BK Lighting has so carefully honed his processes in employee engagement and planning, it could be said he is on the cutting edge of strategic planning and development.
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Activate frequently receives questions regarding whether or not Strengths-Based development efforts would be appropriate (and impactful!) for a specific industry, business model, or organization. The short answer is: YES! Activate has seen Strengths-based development efforts applied to all facets and stages of life – at work, at home, at church, and in organizations of all shapes and sizes. The language of Strengths can be implemented to make your team and organization stronger, regardless of t...
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If Strengths Finder can be applied to adults in every industry and field of work, is it possible to apply the principles and benefits of Strengths to students in College? In High school? In younger grades? Yes. Yes. And a resounding Yes. In fact, using Strengths Finder in students not only helps kids discover more about who they are, but also answers several questions educators have about preparing the students of today for tomorrow. In fact, Activate recommends integrating StrengthsFinder beyon...
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Every person has Strengths or talents that should be put to use in all aspects of life. There are numerous ways to develop these Strengths, especially when working on teams. One way to classify Strengths and to build both employees and teams, is to understand the four domains that act as an umbrella for the 34 Strengths. According to Gallup, “These domains describe how people and teams use their talents to work with information, make things happen, influence others, and build relationships.” A...
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