HR leaders have been working hard to develop winning teams.
The football world cup is an opportunity to reconnect with your teams.
Below are 4 tips to help HR leaders make the best out of this opportunity.
Every four years, 32 teams come together for the biggest football event on the planet. 5 billion people around the world are keeping their eyes on the ball. The passion for football brings people from different cultures together to cheer for their favorite teams. It’s only human that employees want to watch the world cup games, even during meetings.
So, a real task for HR to lead this change in work and to develop their organization towards putting their people at the heart of their operating model.
Improving Employees Engagement has been at the center of modern organizations who are looking for increased productivity and talent retention.
Developing winning teams starts with a clear employees' engagement strategy.
In this webinar, we presented our insights from more than 130,000 employees in the region that have responded to our employee engagement surveys, from 67 companies.
Listen to the recording and download the report to form a picture of what your "key players" are really looking for in your organization.
Transforming the HR function has always been a challenging game. It is critical to develop a strategy to positon HR as a pivotal function within organizations.
HR is playing an ongoing game trying to develop winning teams, offer an excellent employee experience and win the competition for talents.
With the game always on for HR teams, it is important to also have fun while you can 🙂
Good luck for your favorite team! We wish you many wins on and off the football field. Have fun and enjoy the games!