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Employee Engagement is Trash

It’s time to trash employee engagement! Or at least it’s time to throw away all the refuse we’ve piled around it. For the past decade the term employee engagement has come to mean EVERYTHING and…

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What have we forgotten?

This past week the world watched as the first astronauts in almost a decade lifted off from US soil. For a moment we were all united, we were all part of something bigger than ourselves. Even during the Covid-19…

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The Future of Employee Experience

In today’s competitive employment atmosphere organizations are looking for new, enticing ways to attract new talent and retain existing team members. Transparency through sights like GlassDoor…

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Tenure Means Nothing, Results are Everything.

During a recent coffee meeting with a friend, we’ll call her Laura, I was reminded of a very prevalent and frustrating situation that many organizations face. Laura was infuriated by the status of the long term employees at her organization. Having been…

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Hire Good People, Not Good Employees

In a recent interview I conducted with Matt Jung, the founder of Comfort Research and BigJoe Products, he discussed his organization’s ethos on hiring. He said “We don’t want to hire good employees, we want…

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A Case Against Playing Devil’s Advocate

Have you ever received advice from someone that felt more like an attack? Has someone with the best intentions ever offered you insight that left you frustrated or potentially even angered? You’re not alone! Every week…

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Talent Gets you in the Door…

Wise words for an office setting, though it is rarely followed. Let me pose a question: is everyone you work with of good character? I’m not talking about intentions, everyone has good intentions. In fact, everyone is…

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Determination Always Beats Indignation

It’s easy to begin something new with determination. A new year, a new job, a new relationship are all opportunities to sprint headlong into something. However, when faced with challenges, adversities, and unforeseen circumstances it can be difficult to maintain a high-level commitment…

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Don’t let Other People go Slow in the Passing Lane

Recently Idaho instituted a new law that makes going slow in the passing lane an offense that will earn you a ticket. After reading an article about how they are cracking down on people that are slowing the progress of others, it seemed to truly be a great message for our lives as well…

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Focus on what you CAN change, Forget the rest.

Many years ago I had a realization while in a frenzy of worry. It was the end of November and the end of the year was looming over me. I had been building and negotiating a huge software deal with one of my clients for the previous 9 months. I hadn’t heard…

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