Is your employees’ first day a “Wow!” or an “Oh no!” experience? Read More
Protect your people! Root out the pseudo-leaders in your organization that are generating the cancer of fear among your employees – it is your moral duty. Read More
During this time we must be prudent, but as leaders, we cannot panic and overreact and hurt those we lead. This is a time for compassion. In this Harvard Business Review article – “The Coronavirus Crisis Doesn’t Have to Lead to Layoffs” they make the following statement: “To be sure, a cost-cutting reflex is understandable.… Read More
Continuing to work beyond traditional retirement gives you purpose and greater fulfillment. Read More
The last two Fridays we have explored the Silent Generation and the Baby Boomers. This week, we are taking a look at Gen X, those born between 1965 and1980. Also known as the X’ers, the MTV Generation, Baby Busters, and my personal favorite Thirteeners. Gen X is also referred to as a lost generation, sandwiched… Read More
Following is a good video by Ashley Goodall of Cisco on how they best use technology to keep their people engaged. It is only a bit more than six minutes in length and worth watching in my opinion.
Do you know the difference between inspired, engaged, and satisfied employees? Are you aware of the impact of the difference on their productivity? it is significant! Read the article by Eric Garton and Michael C. Mankins on HBR.org for some very interesting insights!