Consider the Employer-Employee relationship. Is it more like a marriage, or a one-night stand? Is it a win-win thing, or a win-lose thing? Or a “no one wins” thing? So here is the problem: The old model of a guaranteed long-term employer-employee relationship from half a century ago no longer works in a business environment … Continue reading Employer-Employee Relationship: The Reciprocal Self-Deception
Category: Workplace Culture
5 Leadership Techniques to Inspire Your Team
Leaders worth their salt are those who inspire others to be great. Whether you’re a sales manager or a CEO, bringing out the best in people you work with is key to the success of your organization. A study by Dale Carnegie Training revealed that nearly 75% of employees are disengaged at work, and one of the leading … Continue reading 5 Leadership Techniques to Inspire Your Team
Will my workplace benefit from a learning culture?
Most people want to be learning, and doing so at least a portion of every day, even if they don’t realize it. Learning keeps people interested (and interesting – but that’s for a different article!) and engaged in their lives and in their work. Employees are quite aware of when they are no longer learning; once that happens, it’s as if a countdown clock appears above their heads that is clicking towards the time when they will be moving on. Continue reading “Will my workplace benefit from a learning culture?”