This Week in Employee Experience: December 10

Here’s our weekly roundup series to help you stay connected to the often overwhelming landscape of employee experience thought leadership. Start here to narrow down your search each week!     

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From Maritz Employee Experience (EX): 

Your Culture Under a Microscope: Diagnosis — In this guest blog article (the first in a three-part series), Mollie Lombardi, HR influencer and founder of the Aptitude Research Center, discusses workplace culture under a microscope. Part two will be published on Wednesday, Dec. 12. 

Your Patient Experience Will Never Exceed Your Employee Experience — Last month in San Diego, Maritz Loyalty leader Barry Kirk and Maritz EX leader Chris Dornfeld, had the opportunity to facilitate a conversation with a few dozen patient experience leaders from across the country. The discussion considered the numerous effects the shift to value-based healthcare is having on the healthcare employee experience. 

New On The HRX:  

Key Learnings OTransforming Leaders and Changing Culture — Often, the best way to help leaders or teams focus on realigning the organization’s culture with its vision, values and performance priorities is to reach into the recent past for insight, perspective and advice. 

From the Web:  

Improving Workplace Culture — S. Chris Edmonds is a speaker, author and executive consultant. He believes that we are in the midst of seismic change – in society and in business. In this three-minute episode of S. Chris Edmonds’ Culture Leadership Charge video series, Edmonds outlines how leaders must change how they influence others to leverage employee passions, creativity and productivity, no matter where they choose to work. You can find Edmonds’ Culture Leadership Charge episodes and more on his YouTube channel. Also read, Edmonds’ recent article, How to Get the C-Suite to Care About Culture.” 

How Recognition and Engagement Work in Tandem — While recognition sounds simple, it can get easily forgotten in the day-to-day whirlwind of business— and employers need it in order to boost employee happiness. 

To Boost Workplace Culture, Unleash Employee Curiosity — Once employees get over their initial hesitancy, getting them to ask questions can result in some of the most innovative initiatives your company will ever come up with – and your whole organization will reap the benefits. 

Secrets For a Successful Employee Experience Framework — The complexities of formulating a good employee experience strategy can be intimidating. Here are five tips to ease the process of establishing a great employee workplace. 

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