Archive for culture

Are There Any Benefits to Force Ranking Employees?

Companies are still adopting the vitality curve as a way to evaluate performance. Is it effective? Does it hamper morale and collaboration?

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Everyone Is Lying To You

Try to think of one person you’ve met who doesn’t lie. It’s impossible. From the moment we’re old enough to start having some shred of freedom to make decisions as children, we lie.

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HR Happy Hour: Innovation In Communication, Collaboration and Coaching

In this episode, we talked about ways that organizations can improve their communication, collaboration and coaching techniques.

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Helping The Hungry at Thanksgiving and Year-Round: Canstruction

Canstruction is a non-profit organization that holds contests around the world in order to raise food, and money, for local food banks. They also hope to bring awareness to the fight against hunger.

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Who Is Lying To You? Everyone

As adults we may try to convince ourselves or others that lying is a good way to spare someone’s feelings or avoid a sticky situation. It becomes so routine that we do it almost involuntarily and even when we don’t need to lie.

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Workplace Lessons For Success From Dr. Seuss

Favorite Dr. Seuss quotes. What are yours?

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Apologies At Work: Do We Need To Make Them?

There are many situations in the workplace where you or a colleague may feel disrespected, under-valued or even outright wronged. Have you received an apology? Did it help? If you were the person who hurt a colleague, did you apologize?

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12 Minutes: Learn Social or Business During Your Drive Time

That’s when I realized that there are many people who still don’t purchase their radio experience. They listen to local radio. These are some of the same people who argue that they don’t have time to learn social media, to read a blog, to learn a new tool or technology.

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