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.
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Well, in the event you’ve been living under a rock for the past year, Fortnite is basically the Hunger Games meets Call of Duty but in a totally quirky, non-gory and animated way. But it can give us some good workplace lessons.
We all, regardless of our age, generation, or cultural background, have a lot to learn from one another and much to offer as well. When we value and embrace our differences, the potential for growth is virtually limitless!
If you have worked for a while, you have undoubtedly had to face an inconvenient truth — sometimes conflict is inevitable.
The need for appreciation is expressed in a variety of countries and cultures. You can’t miss the mark by saying “thanks” for a job well done, regardless of the cultural background of your colleagues!
A spirit of giving is expressed in so many ways. Sharing with others in the workplace is fulfilling because the activity lends itself to mutual rewards.
There’s a difference between a bad job and one that is truly toxic. A toxic work environment can seriously affect your physical and mental health, even to the point of shortening your life.
Recent research has found that a majority of employees in the U.S. report being bored at work. And this appears to be a significantly more frequent issue for millennials, who report being bored at twice the rate of other workers. What are some factors that can contribute to being bored?
Mental health in the workplace is an increasingly important topic. Mental illness can have devastating effects on productivity.
One of the most frequently asked questions I receive when I’m training groups is: “Are there generational differences related to the 5 languages of appreciation?” The simple answer is: Yes, there are.