Malcolm Rowlings

Malcolm Rowlings is a freelance writer who focuses on finances, corporate training and best business practices. Those who have attended Malcolm's coaching sessions will recognize his signature tagline "Big Ideas, Bottom Lines, Better Business."

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    9 Steps for Establishing Your Employee Engagement Plan

    Jun 21, 2016 | In: Organization & Culture

    You’ve got the best employees on the planet, right? They work hard and are experts in their fields. But, somewhere there is a disconnect. The culture of your organization is not everything it could be, not everything you would like. Is there a way to ensure that your employees hold to the same values you do throughout your department, or the organization? How can you empower your employees, and foster trust, growth, and loyalty? Here are nine ways to fully engage your employees.

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    Innovative Workplace Benefits: Perks Employees Look For

    Mar 15, 2016 | In: Innovation Psychology, Organization & Culture

    One thing that successful companies usually have in common is their willingness to give their employees great perks and benefits. Having great workplace benefits increases the employee’s willingness to go above and beyond for the company, which in turn benefits the organization.

  • making-work-fun-to-improve-culture-and-engagement

    Making Work Fun to Improve Culture and Engagement

    Feb 22, 2016 | In: Enabling Factors

    For HR and business managers, it can be challenging to create a productive workplace where employees are motivated to be engaged. It may be time to make work fun again with a variety of practices and tools that are implemented. To transform the environment of your workplace and create a positive environment. Here are a few simple changes that can benefit the business.

  • performance-appraisals

    How to Achieve More Effective Performance Appraisals

    Jan 25, 2016 | In: Innovation Psychology

    Roughly only half of all companies conduct annual performance reviews. Of the fifty percent of companies that do tend to provide consistent and reliable feedback to their employees. However, it can be awkward at times to tell someone on your staff that they aren’t doing a good job or attempt to offer constructive criticism without sounding condescending. What are some ways to make a performance appraisal more effective and less awkward for yourself and the employee?

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    10 Reasons Corporate Culture Should Value Introverts

    Nov 05, 2015 | In: Innovation Psychology

    The corporate industry is defined by its powerful, charismatic leaders who articulate their company’s innovative measures through bold and confident public announcements. If corporate culture can be likened to the backbone of a business, then the leaders are like the vocal box. They take the reins during meetings, deliver presentations and speak at a variety of different conventions and gatherings. These individuals become the face of their industry, and would surely be described as extroverts by most.

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