Does your boss send rambling email messages? Do employees’ memes make you want to scream? Do you drive co-workers crazy with texts?
New light has been shed on the pair of high-profile executives – Musk of Twitter and Tesla fame and Zuckerberg of Facebook and Meta fame – and isn’t exactly flattering. In some ways, it shows that, despite their rise to the top, they aren’t the best workplace leaders.
With the number of office holiday party mistakes that could happen, it’s a wonder companies host events. At the same time, many of us love a good party – and the possibility of witnessing what could go wrong!
The employee who knows it all. The manager who steals your great ideas. The guy who leaves a mess everywhere. They’re some of the worst co-workers. And as a manager, you have to handle them – all the while, without losing your cool.
At any given moment, more of your employees are disengaged than those who care.
Don’t you hate it when someone gets on a cringeworthy subject? Most people want to walk away. Just a loud few want to discuss it.
It’s critical to communicate complex information so employees “get it.” Why? U.S. businesses lose $1.2 trillion a year due to poor communication. How’s that possible?!
Friendship at work is much more than having a buddy to lunch with. Workplace friendships improve morale, culture and business results.
The Great Resignation, The Great Reshuffle, Quiet Quitting, Quiet Firing … they have one thing in common: They’re a response to stress.
There’s really no sense in settling on good. After all, if you haven’t heard that good is the enemy of great.