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“Taking Hiring to a Higher Level” – Kevin Eikenberry
“Getting the right people on the team is one of the leader’s most important roles. It doesn’t belong to HR, and it isn’t something to (completely) delegate. The biggest contributor to your competitive advantage, productivity and success is your people – when you have the right ones… Continue Reading
“Why Employees Who Fit Your Culture Might not Fit Your Goals” – Inc.
I read a lof of articles about the importance of cultural fit, and how new employees or strategic partners need to have a good cultural fit with our organizations. However, while this is important, I also think it all depends on what it is we are looking to achieve. For instance, let’s assume I am a 56-year-old unfit man, who decides that he wants to make some life changes… Continue Reading
“7 Time Management Strategies to Stay Focused at Work” – Penelope Loves Lists
I read the other day that our average attention span is 8 seconds. 8 SECONDS. What are we, goldfish? I’d like to think that us Penelopes are a bit more disciplined than that, but truth be told, sometimes I struggle to focus. And sometimes it’s really hard to ignore the siren’s call of the internet… Continue Reading
“Do you know how to manage your mood at work?” – The Globe and Mail
How often does stress negatively impact your mood at work? Workplace stress is a major issue in North America. In fact, in the United States, workplace stress is estimated to be adding $190-billion (U.S.) in health care costs, and it has been attributed to over 120,000 deaths… Continue Reading
“5 Keys to Success at Work and to Achieving Personal Happiness” – Expanded Consciousness
In graduate school while studying organizational development I was first introduced to the concept of appreciative inquiry. For those unfamiliar with the term, appreciative inquiry is: “The cooperative search for the best in people, their organizations, and the world around them. It involves systematic discovery of what gives a system ‘life’ when it is most effective… Continue Reading
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