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.
Tired of change? Probably. Able to stop change? Not likely. So here are five ways to help employees handle and thrive in change.
Cursed at lately? Talked over frequently? Ignored often? You aren’t imagining it.
Empathetic leadership. Often heralded. Less often successful. Now, after years of hearing that empathy is a leader’s best tool, it’s probably not the most practical tool.
Ah, the humble water cooler – the keeper of all secrets and inventor of all great ideas in an office. It’s so important to office success, it went virtual with us when the pandemic sent many home to work. The water cooler is just one office mainstay that holds our professional places and lives together. […]
Just shut up! That’s what you want to say to whining employees. But you can’t. And you don’t have to!