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I’ve heard before that you should focus on your strengths and ignore your weaknesses. I have to disagree! This is not the best advice and could cause problems. You shouldn’t focus on your weaknesses but don’t ignore them either. Be aware of what your weaknesses are and figure out how to offset them. Get help, build up your weak areas, or delegate tasks. Continue to focus on your strengths and conquer away! […]

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Should You Have To Work 40 Hours A Week?

Posted by on April 26, 2016

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Five Signs You’re Working For A Truly Great Manager

Posted by on April 25, 2016

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Why Mindfulness is So Important in the Workplace Today

Posted by on April 24, 2016

Joe Burton comes from a corporate background, working in high stress situations with long hours and constant travel. His career was on an uphill track but his personal life and health started to decline. He even developed insomnia and asthma around the age of 40. Up until then, he would have laughed if someone suggested mindfulness as a way to alleviate his stress. Joe realized that mindfulness training helped him be more present and aware. He developed a deeper relationship with his emotions and central nervous system. It changed the way he is with his family and as a leader. […]

What Is Employee Experience?

Posted by on April 21, 2016

As we shift to the future of work where organizations are focusing on the reasons why employees WANT to work versus NEED to work, it is important to understand employee experience. A lot of organizations historically have focused only on one aspect of organizational change and that is culture. This is how employees feel when they are inside of an organization, the vibe that they get, the organizational structure, leadership style, compensation and benefits, etc. While culture is a part of the employee experience, it is only a third.

Can Giving Employees Too Many Perks At Work Be A Bad Thing?

Posted by on April 19, 2016

I was speaking with a makeup artist recently and we had a conversation about companies like Facebook and Google that offer many extravagant perks to their employees. She mentioned that she thinks employees at places like this are just being conned into never wanting to leave the office and basically becoming a slave to their job. Some organizations offer perks like haircuts, dinner, free daycare, and even doggie daycare! So how do employees know if they are just being duped into working longer and harder? If any expectation is implied or stated with these perks, that is a dangerous thing! […]

How To Design Physical Spaces That Encourage Collaboration

Posted by on April 17, 2016

The workplace of the past is gone… We are now talking about homing from work, not working from home. Tim Oldman uses his background in interior design and architecture, along with his fascination in merging diagnostic tools like the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator to get a better understanding of employee spaces. He is the Chief Executive Officer of Leesman, famous for the Leesman Index, which is an independent auditor of the relationship between employees and the space that is provided for them. Tim compares Leesman to the radiographers of the corporate workplace and that couldn’t be more appropriate! […]

Why Trying To Sustain Anything In Your Organization Actually Does More Harm Than Good

Posted by on April 14, 2016

I often get questions from listeners and event attendees about how organizations can sustain certain things such as tenure, growth, revenue, and innovation. My answer to this question is always you can’t sustain these things, nor should you want to try. When I think of sustaining, I think of status quo versus movement and evolution. You can’t sustain these things when the workplace is changing so dramatically. Instead, you must adapt and evolve with the changes that we are starting to see. Your organization should move from maintaining the status quo to progressive thinking. […]