6 ways employee experience drives the bottom line

first_img ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr Employee Experience—sometimes referred to as EX—is anything but a soft, abstract concept; in fact, employee experience drives the bottom line in several ways. We’re going to examine a few right now. Think along, because I’d love to hear from you in the comments at the end.Really quickly before we get into these, it may be beneficial to point out that while the terms employee engagement and employee experience are certainly interrelated, they’re not synonymous.EMPLOYEE EXPERIENCE & EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT: WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE?For example, if we wanted to better engage our teams, we’d want to do more around things like coaching, learning and development, and helping them better navigate change. Those are all examples of things we’d do to engage our teams, and there are a host of other things that would fall under that umbrella.Those things would certainly affect Employee Experience. We’d want to get as detailed and passionate as some of us may about CX. It’s a holistic picture—a holistic journey—describing how people feel during their entire time interacting and working with an organization. This post is currently collecting data…center_img This is placeholder text continue reading »last_img read more

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LeBron James’ offseason won’t include FIBA World Cup, but 2020 Olympics still possible

first_imgDepending on how James feels next season, though, he might still represent his country one more time. He said he hasn’t made a decision yet about the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.  The early end to LeBron James’ NBA season will provide the Lakers star far more free time this summer than he has had in nearly a decade, but he won’t fill it with more basketball. The Lakers announced Saturday that James has been shut down for the rest of the season so he can allow a nagging groin injury to heal. Los Angeles had been eliminated from the playoff race a week earlier.  James told The Athletic he does not plan to join Team USA for the FIBA Basketball World Cup, which will be played in China from Aug. 31-Sept. 15, despite his fondness for new U.S. coach Gregg Popovich. That had been James’ plan all along, as he is set to spend a good portion of his summer filming “Space Jam 2” with production set to begin in mid-June. The Athletic reported that a regulation basketball court will be built on-set to allow James to continue to train during filming.  Related News “Yeah, that’s a possibility,” LeBron told The Athletic. “It depends on how I feel. I love the Olympics.”James sat out the Rio Games in 2016 but had participated in the previous three Olympics, helping the U.S. to gold medals in 2012 and 2008 and a bronze in 2004. Lakers had to convince LeBron James playing this season wasn’t ‘worth it anymore’last_img read more

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