Source: HBR.org

Putting a Price on People Problems

Communication roadblocks, leader issues, meeting fatigue, busywork; the list of time and cost burdens related to the way people work and interact is extensive in many organizations. At the end of the day, human capital is the most important capital. Companies that consider people development critical,...

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04 April

Meeting Effectiveness Guidelines

Have you ever attended a meeting, completely disagreed with the decision, but said nothing? We’ve all been there. Unfortunately that silence can be viewed as acceptance by some participants and end up costing you in the end. Establishing meeting guidelines, such as “Silence is Acceptance,” can...

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06 March

Millennials are here and they Communicate Differently

Millennials are here and will soon make up over half of the workforce. They communicate differently, they grew up in the digital age, are connected to technology more than any other generation and they are not afraid to ask for what they want. 93% of...

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03 February

Transform Workplace Holiday Stress from the Inside Out

End of year tasks, finalizing budgets, co-workers on vacation, planning sessions, traveling, holiday parties, gift giving, decorations, hot chocolate, jingle bells. If you read this list and cringed, you get it. The holidays can be merry and a bit overwhelming. Sure you can take a few...

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05 December

A Simple Way to Break a Habit – TED Talk

Can we break bad habits by being more curious about them? Psychiatrist Judson Brewer studies the relationship between mindfulness and addiction — from smoking to overeating to all those other things we do even though we know they're bad for us. Learn more about the...

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05 October