Resilience Predicting Engagement

Now that we’ve explored both engagement and resilience in the last few weeks, let’s dive into the connection that these two vital constructs share with each other. Studies have shown that resilience is positively related to workplace engagement, meaning that employees who possess and demonstrate resilience are more likely to be engaged in their jobs[1]. …

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Action Planning for an Engaged Workforce

This month we’re focusing on resiliency and engagement, two characteristics that are critical to organizational and individual well-being and performance and which share interesting connections. Over the last four posts we explored the concept of resiliency, provided tips for communicating your engagement survey, discussed steps to identify key themes in your survey data, and provided considerations for …

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Diving Deeper: Following-Up on Your Employee Survey Results

This month we’re focusing on resiliency and engagement, two characteristics that are critical to organizational and individual well-being and performance and which share interesting connections. Over the last three posts we explored the concept of resiliency, provided tips for communicating your engagement survey, and discussed steps to identify key themes in your survey data. This week, …

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Making the Most of Your Employee Engagement Survey: Navigating Employee Survey Results

This month we’re focusing on resiliency and engagement, two characteristics that are critical to organizational and individual well-being and performance and which share interesting connections. Over the last two posts we explored the concept of resiliency and provided tips for kicking off an engagement survey in your organization. Our next three posts will focus on the subsequent steps in the …

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Preparing for Your Employee Engagement Survey

This month we’re focusing on resiliency and engagement, two characteristics that are critical to organizational and individual well-being and performance and which share interesting connections. Last week we introduced and explored resiliency, and now we’re turning our attention to engagement. Over the next two weeks, we’ll explore how to prepare for and communicate engagement surveys, what …

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Introducing Resiliency

Making the Connection – Resiliency and Engagement  Spring can be a difficult season- the weather is all over the map, spring break has come and gone, and we’ve just turned the corner on the first quarter of the year. The best laid plans made back in January have become a little foggy and we’ve probably …

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Office Holiday Parties: More Than Just Song and Dance

With Thanksgiving behind us, Black Friday sales over (mostly), and holiday jingles taking over the airwaves, we are smack dab in the middle of holiday season! One signature feature of this time of year is the corporate holiday party. At FMP, we kick off the season with our annual holiday party. With this year’s theme …

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Making the Most of Your Employee Engagement Survey: Navigating Employee Survey Results

Introduction What do the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC), National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), and the Federal Labor Relations Authority (FLRA) have in common? Although these agencies differ in mission, budget, and size, they are consistently ranked as organizations with high levels of employee engagement as measured by an annual employee survey, the Federal Employee …

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FMP’s Senior VP, Carolyn Kurowksi, weighs in for Landscape Management’s “Incentive Insight” article

Recently, Landscape Management interviewed FMP Consulting’s Senior Vice President, Carolyn Kurowski. Ms. Kurowksi is an employee engagement expert and shares her expertise with public and private sector organizations. Below is an excerpt from the article, written by Dillon Stewart, displaying Ms. Kurowski’s thoughts. Incentive Insight August 25, 2017 –  By Dillon Stewart Profits and employee engagement can soar …

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How a Well-Designed and Well-Planned Office Space Can Improve Employee Morale and Enhance Your Organizational Culture

  I can’t believe it has been one year since our company, FMP Consulting, moved to the Village at Shirlington in Arlington, VA! When we initially contemplated a move, my first reaction was ugh…the expense, the logistics, the unease of knowing how hard it would be to please everyone – it was not my idea …

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