Don’t Pamper Employees — Engage Them

In the intense competition to attract and retain top talent, U.S. employers are vying to offer the most alluring perks imaginable to their workers....

Not My Type: Myers-Briggs Was Meant For More Than Pop Psych 

I HAVE A VAGUE MEMORY OF TAKING THE MBTI IN HIGH SCHOOL; I was taking a 100 level psych course as a junior and...

The Antidote Within Me

A wise friend once said to me: "Please don't dismiss this opportunity, it feels like you're leaning toward the comfort of the evil you know,...

How Do You Train Employees To Have Difficult Conversations?

It's time to invest in face-to-face training that empowers employees to have difficult conversations, says Tamekia MizLadi Smith. In a witty, provocative talk, Smith...

Tips On Successfully Accommodating All Employees In 2018

When it comes to accommodating employees with disabilities, keep in mind that the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is concerned with increasing access for...

The Happy Gene – Happiness Can Be A Prelude Toward Success

Anybody here enjoy people watching? I sure do.  To see how people act, react, behave, and treat others so interesting! I know there are...

Turning the Tides – A Squad of Managers With Employees As...

I must admit that I couldn’t resist the urge of using such an easy pun like “Turning the Tides”, since the company I work...

Building A Culture On Strengths

We’ve all heard how Zappos, Google, and Southwest are dreams to work for because of their stellar company cultures. Earlier this month, the Oregon...

CEO Pay? But Wait – There’s Always More …

by Carol Anderson, Columnist & Featured Contributor THE SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION approved this week a rule that will require publicly traded companies to disclose...

Lessons From the VA Scandal, or How to Avoid a Culture...

New information about the inadequacies of leadership at the U.S. Veterans Affairs medical centers continues to be revealed daily. The headlines are astounding, like this...
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