Are you Superman or a target monkey?
I’ve got a Superman tattoo and I sometimes get asked why – mainly by my exasperated and disappointed mother but not exclusively. Perhaps I believe I share some of his abilities […]
Why Employee Engagement is in danger of disappearing up its own arse
In episode 12 Chris Shambrook talks to Keith Hatter about his popular LinkedIn article on Employee engagement. Sit back and enjoy!
One System Thinking
The world of work often looks at life through an individual lens. Goals, performance and results are often set and reviewed on an individual basis. Rewards often follow suit. Unsurprisingly, […]
Simplicity - the ultimate sophistication
We’ve been working on our values lately – the things that as a team, guide our decisions, get us up and ready to go on a wet Wednesday morning, that […]
How to build a high performance culture
In episode 10 we talk to Angus Jenkins on how to build a high performance culture.
Get yourself engaged
Where did it all begin? This need for engagement metrics - where employers have started to work on actively ‘engaging’ their employees. Surveying employee engagement, measuring it, sending leaders and managers into an annual spiral of activity, to increase a number to affect their own bonuses. How did we all cope before then?
Building a High Performance Culture
In episode 2 we talk to human performance experts Katherine Bond and Henry Daglish from Bountiful Cow about building high performance cultures. Inspired by our latest podcast? Want access to […]
Making culture live & breathe
This week’s blog comes from Jo Webb, an independent HR consultant and director of the Culture Co, a boutique culture change and HR consultancy in the UK. Jo shares her […]
Our performance so far...
In January we blogged about how we’re applying some key high performance principles to our own team and business. We shared our individual high performance goals or intentions (http://www.theperformanceroom.co.uk/blog/a-happy-new-high-performance-year/). Three months on here’s an update from some of the PlanetK2 team.
5 high performance reasons why we loved the tube strike…
The tube drivers in London went on strike on Monday. Unless you’d lived in Outer Mongolia and were digitally cut off, this wouldn’t have escaped your attention. From the media and public outcry before the day, you’d have thought it was Armageddon. Turns out, it wasn't as bad as predicted. From a high performance perspective, there was a lot to be cheerful about. Here are 5 reasons why we loved the tube strike.
A Happy New High Performance Year!
We got some great feedback on our blog just before Christmas where we shared some of the output from our own K2 team meeting – you told us how useful it was to hear how we practice what we preach and apply some key high performance principles to our own team and business.
5 ways to create a positive motivational climate
If you’re a consistently positive influence on motivation by definition you’ll become a leader of the motivational climate for everyone you work with. Learn how to develop a positive motivational […]