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3 Reasons Why Recognition Promotes Diversity and Inclusion

July 17, 2019 / by Lydia Stevens posted in Employee Engagement, Success, Workplace, Culture, Diversity and Inclusion

Considering the frequency we hear the terms "diversity" and "inclusion," it's fair to say these concepts have made their way into mainstream conversation. No longer confined to the Human Resources department, workplace diversity and inclusion are becoming key topics when discussing business strategy.

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200+ Sample Recognition Ideas

February 14, 2019 / by Kate Sheffield posted in Employee Engagement, Recognition Rewards, Relationships, Success, Team Building, Teamwork, Tips, Workplace, #employeerecognition, Leadership Development, Management and Leadership

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Recognition to Team Members and Employees

Recognition for hard work

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Millennials Are Challenging the Status Quo, Are You Ready?

December 12, 2018 / by Kate Sheffield posted in future of work, Work, Workplace, Culture, Millennials

Evan Spiegel, millennial and CEO of Snap Inc famously noted of his generation, “We do have a sense of entitlement, a sense of ownership, because after all, this is the world we were born into, and we are responsible for It.”

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We Believe in Radical Transparency and This is Why You Should Too

December 5, 2018 / by Ed Stevens posted in Work, Workplace, Culture, Leadership, Management

Radical Transparency has been the subject of a TED Talk, and even received a shoutout on an episode of the HBO show “Silicon Valley,” but can your company truly benefit from this controversial concept? It’s certainly not new, but the buzzy business term has gained widespread exposure from the book Principles by Ray Dalio. In Principles, Dalio shares how he transitioned his company, Bridgewater Associates, from boss-to-employee critiques to a more thoughtful exchange of differing ideas, even when it means disagreeing with a superior. Dalio was encouraged to make this transformation after a colleague told him that his feedback style was too blunt. [Photo: Nadine Shaabana}  [Photo: Nadine Shaabana}

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The Four Types of Work Relationships You Should Cultivate

October 17, 2018 / by Ed Stevens posted in Relationships, Work, Workplace, Friendship, Mentorship

 

The people we work with have an enormous impact on our lives, both personally and professionally. So it’s no wonder that within the professional ecosystem, we manage different types of relationships that benefit us and our work in different ways. A Gallup poll on the state of the American workplacefound that close friendships at work have an immediate and tangible impact, “When employees possess a deep sense of affiliation with their team members, they are driven to take positive actions that benefit the business.” [Photo: RawPixel}

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4 Tips to Getting that Promotion by Becoming a More Effective Leader

October 11, 2018 / by Ed Stevens posted in Promotion, Success, Work, Workplace, Leadership

 

Leaders are made, not born.

study released by the University of Illinois states that leadership is 30% genetic and 70% a result of the lessons you have learned from life experience. That’s great news for all of us. Because although just some are born with natural leadership skills, becoming an effective leader is something we all can learn through an ongoing process of introspection, self-awareness, and being open and receptive to all feedback.

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3 Ways Managers Can Create Harmony in a Multigenerational Workplace

October 5, 2018 / by Kate Sheffield posted in recognition, Teams, Teamwork, Work, Workplace, Leadership, Millennials

The challenges of managing a multigenerational workplace have come more sharply into focus as Generation Z enters the workforce, Millennials emerge as team leaders, and more Baby Boomers delay retirement. Generational stereotypes and workplace ageism are real issues, but a deft manager can head off discord by emphasizing common values and goals and cultivating a culture of appreciation and support, rather than internal competition.

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