We recently looked at why it can be so difficult to receive. When combining the many "scarcity messages" society provides us along with a lack of self-worth the results can be devastating. This to the point of consciously knowing we've earned the right to receive while subconsciously—and unconsciously—not allowing ourselves to do so.
I've never quite agreed with the saying, "there is no ‘I' in ‘team.'" Well, I agree with it literally since, indeed there is no letter "i" in that word.
An employee may seem content on the surface, but may actually be actively seeking a new job. This kind of scenario is very common...
Think back to the most emotional conversation you've had recently at work and at home. Chances are good each resulted from misinterpreted intentions.
The ability to take a team from "getting the job done" to "surpassing every goal and expectation with flying colors" requires an understanding of the difference between what it means to manage a group of people and lead a group of people. For as many individuals that are leaders, there are almost as many ways to lead.
For so many years, I have talked about the power of incentives to motivate staff—especially monetary ones. However, more and more research is showing incentives do not work in all cases and can sometimes even produce the opposite effect.
One way to grow your business, apart from having a great product or service, is to have employees who love working for you. While you might not be able to offer the same benefits package as most large corporations, there are more slick ways you can go about seeking your employees' favor without breaking into the budget.
Taking more initiative at work isn't always easy, especially when you get into a groove and a comfortable schedule. However, if you'd like to...
A frame is the foundation from which everything evolves. Set a frame of kindness, cooperation, win/win and benevolence and a very mutually beneficial result will most likely occur.
A 2015 Gallup poll shows that in the United States over 50% of employees are not engaged, and 17.2% are actively disengaged. So how...