Energy, not engagement, is what powers high performance. These simple brain science-based principles can help leaders shift their team from depleted to energized.
Learning resources for leadership development. Free articles, eBooks and videos to help you build your leadership skills and improve employee engagement.
Fuel great customer experiences, innovative ideas and business results by harnessing the science of energy to unlock your people’s potential.
In his energizing TEDx Talk, Juice Inc.’s Co-Founder Brady Wilson’s explore how our workplaces are overtaxing our brain and fostering an environment of lower performance, and offers a pathway to make it better.
A brain-based approach that blends the engagement managers want with the energy employees need.
The more you manage engagement, the more disengagement you produce. Seven employee engagement principles based on brain science.
This white paper invites you to imagine a more productive workplace where healthier, happier people thrive, and have energy left over at the end of their day – energy for their partner, their kids, community and personal pursuits.
Yum! turned to Juice to help develop their “PowerUp Squad”; a cross-functional group focused on creating long-term, sustainable improvements in employee engagement for their 1.5 million associates worldwide.
Traditional business and human resources efforts were realizing only modest success but were not bringing back the passion of employees and leaders. Read how the Co-operators Life partnered with Juice to explore a unique approach to moving beyond engagement.
How to fuel sustainable performance for your hybrid and remote teams
What drives engagement in employees? How are emotions connected to productivity and performance? What role can managers play in encouraging and engaging their workers?
We’ve rounded up a list of interesting (and totally share-worthy) facts to help you improve your understanding of the issues around employee engagement —as well as the potential for opportunity when organizations work to improve the problem.