outstanding articles and information
Here is a collection of extremely good reads that provide the most current information and ideas in order to increase productivity, company culture, and profits to your organization.
Cameron Yarbrough tells us how to turn the negative into something that can boost your career. There are times when embracing the feedback and learning how to bounce back from it will create an inner strength to carry you to new heights.
Darren Parucci gives us a deep look into the role of HR and gives a breakdown of the responsibilities of HR representatives. He has a great section on analyzing the ROI of HR for your organization as well. A must read for anyone interested in HR.
Darius Faroux describes some situations many of us face on a daily basis and he does it with humor which makes the article great. See which situations you identify with or have noticed in your work environment.
John Maeda gives us a history lesson to remind us just how far we have come as a society. A great article with amazing references to those who advanced our technology by using their talents.
Scott Mautz describes 8 quick situations that can reveal if your workplace needs redirection. Toxic workplaces will effect every aspect of your organization and need to be eliminated as soon as possible.
John Rampton shares great ideas for anyone considering a career change. If you are looking for excellent opportunities that offer the ability to work from home, this article is a great start.
Natalia Peart describes how to reduce workplace stress while increasing employee engagement from a clinical psychologist and leadership consultant point of view. She shows that factors can be done when implemented correctly.
Fred Leamnson explores ways to deal with a job that you hate. He even gives research points and delivers great comments. A great read for anyone who has ever said "I Hate My Job".
Lindsay Tigar gives us important tips on how to be effective and efficient with the all important "elevator pitch". Use her tips and techniques to help establish a pitch that will keep them intrigued and coming back for more.
Ashley Laderer gives some advice on how to recover from being in low points in your life. Take these tips to turn your life around and climb back up the ladder.
Scott Mautz reminds us of extremely important steps in life that validate our success. This is one of my absolute favorite articles because it reminds us to reflect on experiences from our past that enabled us to be where we are today.
Shep Hyken discusses how sales and customer service should be a focus together. Salespeople may be gifted with the art of selling but have a chance to increase future sales through the use of great customer service in every transaction.
Robert Glazer gives insight on why we should not promote high performers just because there are no other promotional options. You may need to find better options for your employee.
Jonquil Hackenberg expresses four ideas about the future of work. Naturally, AI and technology will become a central topic of conversation for everyone to consider.
The Oracles shares tips from 5 experts on ways to get to that next level in their career. Sometimes there are certain things one can do to get the attention from decision makers.
Microsoft Made a Genius Change to Its Hiring Process. (Amazon, Apple, and Google Should Learn From It)
Justin Bariso brings attention to an organization that has reached out beyond hiring cookie-cutter employees and tapped into a new source for major corporate success. True leadership will expand traditional methods and find new ways to succeed.
Scott Mautz offers some quick tips to help us when facing hiring managers. Make sure you keep these points in mind to get the upper hand.
Benjamin Hardy in this article explains how to focus on what you feel is right for you from the inside and not let outside forces change your true direction. He introduces us to what "dysergy" means and how to apply it in our goal setting.
Terina Allen shares insight into the way true leaders have the ability to lead themselves first in ways that allow them to move others to action as well. A great articles with helpful, positive thoughts.
Heidi Lynne Kurter shares results of a new study that shows interview bias may occur within the first 15 minutes of the interview. It is best to be aware of how you can positively effect the interviewers decision from the start.
Ashira Prossack gives some quick tips to think about before accepting the job offer. These are a few suggestions to make sure that the position you are offered will be in your best interest and create a great solution for all parties involved.
Karen Wickre wrote this article back in 2017 and many of her points are very relevant today. What i truly enjoy about the article is that she not only brings out the issues, she also provides some solutions as well.
Jeff Haden helps to turn the table during the interview process. If you truly want to know if the company is a good fit, ask this one question and find out what type of answer you receive. It could be the answer you need to hear.
Tim Denning writes about his experience with a highly engaged company with an extraordinary company culture. Once you experience this level within an organization, it is difficult to return to a normal environment.
Employees Crave More Appreciation From Their Bosses, Research Shows. Here's How to Better Appreciate Your Team
Scott Mautz explains the results of a study conducted this summer by analytics and research institute Workhuman. It is interesting to read about what their study reveals about what employees truly want more of.
Bill Gates Said You Must Offer This Perk in Order to Hire the Best Workers
Marcel Schwantes gives us insight into the mind of Bill Gates and shares how he feels about the future of recruiting talent. Marcel also breaks down the relevance of a flexible workplace with great examples of the benefits that can occur.
Can AI Put the ‘Human’ Back Into Human Resources?
Laetitia Vitaud really digs deep and helps present truly outstanding observations concerning the role of AI within Human Resources. This is a truly outstanding article for anyone interested in the potential effects of AI in the future of work.
Mark Murphy describes how management can create an ineffective result from engagement surveys. He explains how the results can only be effective if they are communicated with everyone involved. Click here to read article.
Alison Green explores five different scenarios that many people think to ask, but may not be bold enough to ask. She often writes about situations that may be of interest to many individuals, yet may not be a trending topic at the time. Take a quick read and you may discover some things you were not aware of.
Benjamin P. Hardy takes a deep look into what happens when a real leader steps up and decides to take action. He reinforces thoughts from leaders of the past and present and gives great examples of what happens when we take charge of our lives and/or the situations we are in.
Matthew Kosinski has a list of great questions to ask to get a deeper viewpoint on the candidate in front of you. He shares his great insight into why these questions are important as well. A great article with enticing visuals that make an easy, informative read for all. Enjoy!
Scott Mautz writes about the results of a 5-year study that brings out some truly thought provoking ideas about leadership.When there is a study ogf this magnitude, the results can really help define the current state of the workforce.
Ryan Jenkins writes about the most important skill for the future. So much information has been in the forefront regarding the AI takeover. We must all realize how we need to adapt to the changes ahead as we have all done before.
Abe Turner gives us 5 situations that can keep your organization from employee engagement increases. The issues may not always be with your employees and the organization may need to look at the way their leadership team performs daily.
A New Study Finds That 26% Of Employees Are Motivated But Dislike Their Company
Mark Murphy gives us several reasons why engaged employees may be motivated to do their best but unhappy with where they are employed. When you really analyze the data and the survey results, you then can get to the real reason why some employees are hardworking but unhappy.
Five Steps To Win The Hearts And Minds Of Employees
Rebecca Skilbeck gives us 5 key ways to help recognize, reward, and retain employees in your organization by connecting with basic employee needs. Great information to address the current needs of modern employees.