Recommit yourself to your overall direction. Continue to invest time and energy toward your goals. But also, actively pursue obtaining the feedback that will help you bring your goals into crystal-clear focus and fine-tune the direction you should go.
Posts By Paul White
Wondering if you should get your boss or coworkers gifts for the holiday season? This advice may surprise you.
There are many factors to how holidays are handled in the workplace. Work schedules and demands, time off, decorations, and holiday parties all factor into how the season is incorporated into an office space and received by the employees who work there.
Let me share five guiding principles that can help appreciation “stick” in your workplace.
Let me share a few tips on communicating appreciation to a “difficult” colleague.
Busyness can be a train that keeps barreling down the tracks, if you let it. But, implementing some changes in perspective can give your life a healthy balance, and keep your “engine” running efficiently.
The hope is that through implementing a healthy engagement plan, even those who don’t love their job will be engaged—committed to putting forth effort to meet the company’s goals.
The one thing that is foundational for successfully conveying appreciation in the workplace is to communicate in the appreciation language that is desired by each individual.
It’s still possible to find fulfillment at work when your supervisor is a moron. Two common mantras in our culture today are: “I hate my job” and “my boss is a jerk.” While both statements may be true, hating your job because your boss is a jerk isn’t going to lead anywhere good. According toRead… Read more »
When employees feel truly appreciated for what they do and who they are, resistance to change can be reduced significantly.