What is the best way to assess the impact our corporate culture has on employee behaviors? This analysis is part of a larger change management initiative.
—Measuring Stick, people & culture specialist, retailing, Calgary, Alberta
The white people with the most interesting things to say in any situation involving race are the ones who shut up.
Employees at some point grow weary of the nonsense they inevitably must put up with: from a client, a customer, a co-worker, or pigheaded politicians.
The defending champion Seahawks are a deeply emotional team. Oregon coaches don’t believe in yelling at players to motivate them.
The title of this post reflects my experience. I think this is unacceptable. What’s your take?
Bad communications can lead to harm, particularly at work where relationships are tied to our careers, opportunities, advancement, mentorship and the glue of true collegiality — trust.
Inspiration often comes at the oddest moments and in the strangest of places.
When we think we’ve said something we shouldn’t have, we need to acknowledge it and say we may have misspoken.