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On my recent LinkedIn post about BS facts that many people believe about company culture, the following contributors offered their findings. I want to thank them for their insights as leaders who have encountered this BS in their professional careers
In full disclosure I am a pretty driven person. If you’re anything like me, your past professional accomplishments only serve to enlarge your enthusiasm for even greater future success. Here’s the good, bad, and ugly about that for me… The
Leadership never results from obligatory subservience, but rather from a fostering of trust. One of the greatest litmus tests of authentic leadership is the degree to which those being led possess a confidence in who they are following. This trust
Is it possible to build a workplace culture where employees are just as excited walking into work in the morning as they are to leave at the end of their workday? I have worked directly with thousands of employees in
Let’s start by defining what the employee engagement myth is: Our employee engagement is healthy when employee satisfaction results derived from an annual survey are elevated. The truth is that survey results only offer a rudimentary pulse on employee engagement.
As you read this blog you are building your company culture either by choice or chance. If you’re building it by chance it means your business is facing many risks including: Low employee engagement leading to lower performance. Missed business
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