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Fraser Marlow

As the author of many articles on the topic of employee engagement and coaching, Fraser brings a broad perspective on how organizational culture impacts business results. Fraser is co-author of ‘The Engagement Equation’ (Wiley 2012), a comprehensive senior executive guide to building stronger engagement strategies. He’s a frequent speaker at conferences and events, sharing the many insights from a decade of Top Workplaces research. Prior to joining Energage, Fraser headed up the leadership practice for BlessingWhite, a consulting firm in Princeton, NJ. He also served as the head of e-commerce for GE Healthcare’s life sciences division.

#CultureAteMyStrategy : You Can’t Hide Bad Culture In Your Company

Today oppressive policies, workplace harassment, misbehaved executives will be exposed overnight by employees on social media and amplified by an eager media.

It’s Almost Christmas… is Amazon Coming to Town?

by | December 21, 2017 | Retention, Turnover, Workplace Culture

Even the best retention strategy will fail unless you first establish a culture that protects you from disruptions in the market. Amazon’s HQ2 is just one of those bumps you can expect in 2018.

Are You One Frustrated Employee Away From Being Headline News?

by | December 15, 2017 | Communication, Workplace Culture

Forge a workplace culture based on trust and communication Organizations face a real threat to their stability when employees’ frustrations boil over. Very public takedowns throw them into the court of public opinion, catching leadership teams off guard. So how can organizations protect themselves in a media-driven society that feeds off cultural scandals? A vital defense […]

How to Overcome Barriers To Employee Engagement

by | September 5, 2017 | Employee Engagement

Employee Engagement in the World of Distribution

When it comes to employee engagement, where do companies in the distribution and logistics sectors excel – and where do they fall short? Head of Research, Fraser Marlow, shares what our research reveals and explores how these organizations can move the needle on engagement, boost retention, and deliver both increased revenue and cost savings straight to the bottom line.