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The Battle for the Brain If you want to improve life and profitability in the workplace, take a look at the mental health of your organization. The battle for the brain in the workplace today may by more important than production, sales, and marketing. According to the World Health Organization, the impact of mental health is way underestimated in the workplace. You can prove this today in your workplace by looking around you to see how many projects are either moving along at a snail’s place[…]
Who Are You Going to Believe—Really? Spin, deception, diversion, and outright lies can take a person far on the national level. At the level of your organization, team, and job, if someone asks the question, “How are we doing?” it often depends on who’s doing the asking. After hearing several versions of what’s being said we often want to say, “Who does a person believe? Truth and Transparency on Teams – Not Ever Easy Truth and transparency are the oxygen and water of a successful[…]
Do you see yourself as a competitor at work? When you go to work every day, do you think of yourself as going to a win/lose event–like you’re playing power forward in a hockey game?
The need for teams to have the facts first and fully available is the key to success, but there are so many reasons team members can keep what’s happening under wraps.
Heather Bailey Introducing Heather Bailey, our Tuesday Report Guest Columnist: Heather Bailey is President of the Dream Come True Foundation, whose mission is to bring people from intergenerational poverty to prosperity.
The process of alignment in most organizations today is episodic and often crisis-driven, rather than an organizational strategy. Organizations must embrace a system of aligning and coaching their top talent as a business strategy.
How do you motivate a workforce today so that employees feel they have “skin in the game?”
In your career and in your life. It doesn’t have to be that way.
Several years ago we realized that corporate training worked poorly, if at all. We set about creating a model that would gain 100% buy-in from participants in a session.
Big question for careers. Is it better to be SMART or SOCIALLY SKILLED in the workplace? Do high intelligence people have better careers? Is it fatal to be socially awkward in the workplace?