Waggl CEO, Michael Papay, recently spoke with Alice Keefe of Workforce Magazine about Voice of the Workplace results predicting 2017 business and HR strategies and the current challenges many companies face in attracting top talent.
Managers spend so much time trying to effectively engage their workforce and motivate them. This is is often hard to measure and clouded with opinion. What if you could get real, transparent, human feedback on how your managers are doing and pinpoint successes and challenges with the click of a mouse? Waggl has been listening to you and we recently launched a new feature to enable Manager Reporting.
Waggl is honored to announce a partnership with Agility Consulting, a leader in their field. We live in a time of true VUCA (volatility, uncertainty, complexity, and ambiguity) and this partnership will help organizations be agile in this new landscape.
On Tuesday, December 6th, William (Bill) Gentry will share the Insider's Guide to becoming the Boss Everyone Wants to Work for. Bill is an ideal person to present these topics, as he literally wrote the book on it!
by Michael Papay
Let’s be honest, 2016 has been a heavy year. For starters, we’ve lost several admired cultural icons (David Bowie, Prince, Leonard Cohen, and Sharon Jones, to name just a few). And then we experienced what is widely regarded as one of the most contentious and divisive elections in history.
For decades, the gold standard of employee feedback has been the annual survey. In recent years, however, many innovative leaders have realized that the annual survey is not enough. The emerging platinum standard is the pulse.