In this blog, I discuss the indications of a good corporate culture and how to face the fears of changes in culture.
When a company focuses only on the bottom line, the employees lose their drive to give their discretionary effort. Read the blog to know a real life experience and its consequences for an organization.
Organizations use surveys as a means of “taking the temperature” of their culture by creating an opportunity for their staff members to express thoughts, ideas, and suggestions in a forum that is safe and anonymous. And anonymity has benefits, but also its limitations. Learn why.
Have you heard of “the Great Resignation?” In this blog, I share the recent experience I had with this phenomenon with a company struggling with employees’ dissatisfaction.
We tend to get along just fine with those whose beliefs parallel ours, and not so much with those who are so intellectually challenged that they have beliefs that differ.
What if politicians got fired for lying? Would we have any left? I think this is the problem with most politicians. They aren’t held to account, even at election time.
Diverse opinions. Do you hear many of them? Or are you surrounded by people who think like you?
How to Deal With Difficult People at Work Every office has one. At least one. Some have many. You know what I mean? Difficult people. Difficult people are not going …
It Costs Nothing To Celebrate Success “Do 100 things well, no one ever says a word. Make one mistake and you get to meet the whole management team.” This was …
Customer Care: It Will Make or Break Your Business One of the hallmarks of a great company is customer care, especially when things go awry. We used to call it …