Achieve Organizational Advancement by Investing In Human Capital: 6 ways to engage employees


Publication: 2013-11-16


Even though 25 years of organizational research indicates that individual behaviors are hard-wired by the time employees enter the workforce, you can shift organizational behaviors. You can guide employees toward supporting team development, the business case for change and new strategic business objectives. As a result, you create a culture that aligns, manages, changes and engages your employees. And with that comes increased performance.

Like any good recipe for increased organization and workforce performance improvement, having the right ingredients integrated together , supported by an investment in your people and kept in balance, yields a predictable increased performance outcome.


Name:Sinclair Group



  • Mark Hordes
    • Senior Vice President - Organizational Excellence