List of the Top Blog Posts of 2009

And finally! Finally, the year is coming to an end. It has been a long, tough year for many of us. And, it’s the time for me to reflect back.

Overall, this has been a great year for this blog, as I got more and more readers and was featured on Alltop as one of the top bloggers on HR. I thought it will be a good idea to put together a list of the most interesting and popular posts for 2009.

  • Are performance appraisals any good? Find out.
  • Should your employee engagement program focus on workgroups or enterprise level factors? My 2 cents.
  • Still. Still, hard-nosed executives don’t buy into the concept of employee engagement. Here are some data to make your point.
  • “We are not ready for something like engagement” – is the statement you hear several executives making, especially when they are not so confident of internal HR processes. But, it does not matter. You need to focus on employee engagement.
  • If you are a people manager, please try to remain accessible by following these simple tips. It means a lot to your people.
  • Have you thought about crossing the concepts of employee engagement and employee well-being? Who knows, your engagement strategy may be unsustainable!

I hope you enjoy reading this blog and I will endeavour to create meaningful content going forward into 2010. You can subscribe to this blog by grabbing the feed or even by getting fresh posts delivered to your email instantly. It’s dead simple!

Finally, you could always connect with me across different social media websites (like Twitter, LinkedIn etc.) by going to this page.

Happy holidays! And have a great 2010!

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One thought on “List of the Top Blog Posts of 2009

  1. I don’t know, the usual commencement is bornig as hell, may be if the guest speaker is J.K. Rowling or Steve Jobs then it’s a different story. Unless those kids burn down a building or my car specifically otherwise I am all for it. I almost think it’s their duty to protest. I mean they are only young once, aren’t they? When they got older, most of them wouldn’t do shit like that any more.

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