Category: Workplace Morale

January 18, 2021
Resilience During Hard Times

A simple definition of resilience is the capacity to recover quickly from difficulties. The ability to bounce back. The pandemic has produced uncharted territory for many of us and challenged our coping skills. The good news is that if you are reading this, you are resilient! The bad news is that resilience is not a […]

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December 18, 2020
Functional Leadership in the Workplace

One day a long time ago, the HR leader of my company summoned me and informed me that I needed to terminate a direct report due to a serious issue.  Based on the story I was told the situation seemed clear-cut, except for one problem: the behaviors described just didn’t fit with the person I […]

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December 16, 2020
Check Out How MetaExpert Troy Achieved A Record Throughput and an EBITDA of $30M

Situation An organization was experiencing little employee engagement and had issues with a healthy cultural environment. There was an “us against them” attitude between the workforce and management, resulting in labor unrest. The organization needed its community to work together as one. They needed someone to help sort this out so the focus could shift […]

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October 7, 2020
Prevent Communication Breakdowns in the Workplace

Communication is such an important skill for professionals to possess however very few communication courses are taught to employees. Many organizations underestimate the necessity of possessing and training employees on communication skills. It can often make the difference between a profitable bottom line or not. It is incumbent on Learning and Development Professionals to assess […]

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September 17, 2020
No More Monkey Business: How to Avoid Unwanted Tasks

I’ve been susceptible to collecting monkeys throughout my career.  What’s a monkey?  It’s an action assigned to someone else that you’ve taken ownership of.  Does this sound familiar?   Monkeys are agile creatures that can appear without warning and with surprisingly high frequency.  Here’s an example of how a monkey can jump from one person to […]

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June 2, 2020
7 Ways to Make Human Resources More Human

In many organizations, the Human Resource department is perceived either as the arresting officer, judge and jury; or, the lifeline, rescuer, and therapist. A quick search on HR job description confirms that none of these nouns are included in the job description of a human resources department. Whether your organization is large and you have […]

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May 18, 2020
6 Ways to Transform Culture Part 1

Have you ever worked in an organization or on a team that exhausted you? The kind of place that took every last ounce of energy from you at the end of the day? Left you feeling drained and spent? Conversely, have you ever worked in an organization or on a team that was exciting? The […]

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April 14, 2020
Behavior Modification: What we can learn from our dogs

Many frustrated Human Resource professionals neglect to utilize the easiest and most effective techniques in managing behavior issues in the workplace: natural logical consequences. The premise is quite simple, but we often tend to ‘overthink’ ways to change undesirable behavior. Typically, the first choice is punishment. On the positive side, punishment is quick, easy and […]

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