10 MOST VISITED POSTS
- People with a Situational Value System – “A person who is nice to you but rude to the waiter, or to others, is not a nice person.”
- Leadership Lessons from the Titanic – “Madam, God himself could not sink this ship.”
- What Gets You Up in the Morning? – “What Keeps You Up at Night?”
- The 4 Character Strengths of a Leader – Humility, Forgiveness, Self-Control, and Kindness.
- How Face-to-face Conversations Help Us Deal with Technostress – The most profound and easiest solution on “unplugging” is to simply “talk.”
- Implementing Change and Overcoming Resistance – When employees resist change they are protecting/defending something they value and which seems threatened by the attempt at change.
- The Dangers of Charismatic Leaders – 4 negative consequences of charismatic leaders.
- 5 Reasons Why Employees Stay – Pride, Compatibility, Compensation, Affiliation, and Meaning.
- How to Create an Inspiring Work Setting – Some great ways to foster an inspired work environment.
- Work Stresses, Bad Bosses, and Heart Attacks – 75% of the workforce say their immediate boss is the most stressful part of their job.
10 POSTS YOU MIGHT HAVE MISSED
- Elements of Corporate Cultures – Culture can be the company’s values, beliefs, attitudes and behaviors.
- A 24/7 Mindset about Work is Bad for Your Health – Employees who are highly engaged need time off the job to unwind and distance themselves from their work.
- The Price of Workplace Incivility in the Navy – “Nasty people pack a lot more wallop than their more civilized counterparts.”
- Coping With Fear-Lessons for Business and Life – “Don’t let fear undermine your chance to do that one thing you’ve wanted to do.”
- What Really Motivates Employees – The top motivation for workers is making progress.
- Are You A Chronic Kicker? – A “chronic kicker” is a person who’s constantly complaining about his or her job.
- Seven Ways to Avoid Becoming the Boss from Hell – Treating employees with respect and dignity tops the list.
- Leadership and Life Lessons from John Wooden – “Success is peace of mind which is a direct result of self-satisfaction in knowing you made the effort to become the best you are capable of becoming.”
- Workplace Incivility Hurts Employees & Businesses – A survey of public sector employees in the United States found that 71% of respondents reported at least some experience of workplace incivility during the previous 5 years.
- Workplace Incivility Causes Mistakes and Even Kills – “Incivility doesn’t shock people into better focus. It robs concentration, hijacks task orientation, and impedes performance.”