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Paul Fitzgerald
By Paul Fitzgerald/ August 5, 2019

How Intrinsic Motivation Can Keep Us Engaged

We all recognise the importance of employee engagement. We know that keeping our people engaged in their work is a huge part of keeping them happy, loyal and of course, productive. In the super competitive world of business, it could be said that engagement is more important, and more worthy of our attention than it ever was before. The revolving door of retention keeps turning, with recruitment and on boarding being expensive processes.

Adam Monks
By Adam Monks/ August 4, 2019

Wundamail: Week In Review

Another week has passed here at Wundamail HQ, and the team have been scouring the web for the leading research examining how best to reward teams. Many fail to consider rewarding employees outside of monetary incentive, when there are myriad opportunities for recognition that will work better to engage and encourage your workforce. 

Rebecca Crowe
By Rebecca Crowe/ August 2, 2019

The 8 Best Bars In Liverpool For Remote Workers

We all know that remote working is the future - technology has allowed us to access the information we need from anywhere in the world and communicate regardless of distance and time zones. So, without a fixed office location, where do you go to work and get the social stimulation that’s so important to daily human life?

Caroline Welsh
By Caroline Welsh/ August 2, 2019

Feature Friday: Rewarding Teams With Wundamail

Empower your team to hit targets, reach goals and drive progress with Wundamail rewards.

Paul Fitzgerald
By Paul Fitzgerald/ July 30, 2019

It Pays To Praise

We’re all familiar with the norm of reciprocity, right? We know all about it, don’t we? Every single one of us has experienced the norm of reciprocity, haven’t we? Haven’t we?

Rebecca Crowe
By Rebecca Crowe/ July 28, 2019

Week In Review - 28.07.19

This week at Wundamail HQ, we’ve been looking at the effects change can have on teams and how best to promote positive, lasting, behavioural change within your business. Once again, we’ve scoured the internet for the most interesting articles on the subject, together with our views on each piece.

Rebecca Crowe
By Rebecca Crowe/ July 26, 2019

How Wundamail Uses Behavioural Science To Manage Teams

By now you might be aware that here at Wundamail, our knowledge of behavioural science and the way that the human brain works underpins everything we do. We’ve researched extensively and used it to inform the design and the inner workings of how Wundamail works, so that you, as managers, can be confident in the knowledge that the lasting behavioural change that you want to implement within your team is being done in the most effective way. But how exactly do we do that? Let’s delve into the powerful behavioural science that make Wundamail so successful.

Rebecca Crowe
By Rebecca Crowe/ July 22, 2019

The Six Stages Of Inspiring Behavioural Change

A major factor when trying to inspire change or refocus your team as a manager is how to make those changes stick. This is where lasting behavioural change comes into play. People try to actively make individual habit changes, such as getting fitter, quitting smoking, learning a new language, but in order for any of these to stick it needs to become a deep-rooted behavioural change, rather than a superficial one. In business, this is no different. If you want to make a lasting change within your team, then you can use techniques from behavioural science to implement these switches and create a more cohesive, efficient team. But don’t worry, you don’t have to be a psychologist to use this technique, here at Wundamail, we like to take the science and make it work for everybody.

Rebecca Crowe
By Rebecca Crowe/ July 21, 2019

Week In Review - 21.07.19

This week at Wundamail HQ, we’ve been exploring the idea of sharing the load at work. Whether this is by sharing knowledge between team members, or knowing when to ask for help, ensuring that your employees are sharing the load is an integral part of managing a successful team. We’ve rounded up the most interesting and useful pieces on the subject, together with why we think they’re well worth a read.

Rebecca Crowe
By Rebecca Crowe/ July 19, 2019

Wundamail Weekly: How Do We Get Over The Knowledge Sharing Boundary

When it comes to competitive office environments, there’s often an attitude that reflects “every man for himself”. This philosophy supports that in order to get ahead, you must work in a siloed way and keep all the good ideas for yourself to present and execute. In truth, this isn’t strictly accurate. So, with this competitive attitude being so ingrained, how can we breach this boundary to become a collaborate, cohesive, knowledge sharing team?