The leading health care journal, Health Care Manager, recently published an article by our CEO, Suzanne Updegraff, and we want to share it with our colleagues. Claim your FREE copy! You will: Learn about the growing pains that many companies are currently experiencing. Recognize the signs of critically low morale, and how to improve it. Find… Read more »
Posts Categorized: Actively Engaged Workers
Most Companies have a blind spot that loses money. Don’t let it be yours! We put together this simple graphic that you can download and use in your workplace. It contains solid information and practical takeaways. We have spent over 30 years sifting down the… Read more »
The High Cost of Low Moral is the topic of an article by our CEO that was recently published in Health Care Manager journal. It covers: 1) the growing pains that many companies are currently experiencing, 2) the signs of critically low morale, and how to improve it, 3) how to accomplish observed change in… Read more »
Pro·fes·sion·al·ism. The term has several dictionary translations. Webster defines it as the conduct, aims or qualities that characterize or mark a profession or a professional person. Other references describe it as the competence or skill expected of a professional and the key to quality and efficiency. I’m sure that everyone one of us knows at… Read more »
Many of us grew up playing video games, either in an arcade, or later at home. Others may have been the parents to kids who played video games. Whether you fall into the former or latter category, Games are playing new and important roles in learning. Research has shown that gaming incentivizes learning in ways… Read more »
There is much written about the value of corporate culture. Studies indicate that its importance is widely recognized. A recent study published in American Sociological Review concluded that students who displayed characteristics that “fit” into a workplace culture were significantly more likely to be hired than students with similar credentials who were not perceived as… Read more »
Many of you who are reading this may be working from home, or you may have a flexible work week, which could include an afternoon off during the week and sometimes find that you take on work during the weekend. With social media now fully integrated into most of our lives, our personal and work… Read more »
Have you lost any good employee talent recently? Do you think the loss was necessary? Was the defection for the purpose of a better opportunity, or because they “checked out” of your organization? That is, did they run away from your organization or run toward another one? Employees leave for a variety of reasons. Boredom,… Read more »
Daniel Pink, author and business thought leader, claims that we all are salespeople in one way or another. In Daniel’s words, “Whether we’re employees pitching colleagues on a new idea, entrepreneurs enticing funders to invest, or parents and teachers cajoling children to study, we spend our days trying to move others. Like it or not,… Read more »
2012 will be over in just a few short weeks, so now is the time to start thinking ahead to 2013. What professional goals do you hope to achieve in the new year? What skills do you want to develop as a manager? What do you strive to look back on proudly at the end… Read more »
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