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Is 2017 the end of the annual engagement survey?

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Great article on HRZone by Rob Catalano, co-founder WorkTango, where he asks: “Is 2017 FINALLY the end of the annual engagement survey”. According to Catalano, performance management has been gradually moving away from a focus on annual reviews, to real-time

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Empower your Staff with the right tools & drive Sales

First Impressions Last Front line staff are critical to your sales & customer service success carrying the responsibility of being front facing brand ambassadors, yet they are often the least valued in an organisation. Through their daily interactions with customers,

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Winner of SME awards – sponsored by Microsoft

We are delighted to have won ‘Best New Business – Digital’ in Blacknight SME Awards, sponsored by Microsoft over the weekend.  Jo Brennan, Jamjou with Cathriona Hallahan, Managing Director, Microsoft Ireland

Posted in Awards, Employee engagement, Game based learning, Skills based learning

Premgroup, a Jamjou client announces top players using productivity tool

Premgroup recently announced the top players in the use of their Jamjou application. Each of the winners received a prize sponsored by Premgroup HR department. Here is the announcement from Sarah Marr, HR Manager at Premgroup on Linkedin post

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Create good habits in your brand ambassadors – front line staff

“We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence then, is not an act, but a habit”  Aristotle To be excellent at something we need to create good habits.  Top athletes have a regime they follow every day. Top employees have habits that make

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Science behind how we learn

Learning a new way or an improved way of doing things takes a while. It is not something that just magically happens. We need to put practise and effort into acquiring this skill before we can say we are adept

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Practise makes perfect

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Do you remember when you first learned to ride a bike? Or when you took up a new hobby like golf or tennis? The only way you got good at it was to practise, practise and practise. We all know

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