organizational learning

Organizational Learning: How Conflict Tolerance and Vulnerability Boost Results

Learning the past tense of the verb “to eat” in French is (likely) easier than learning to be a more approachable supervisor, or re-evaluating your positions after a heated argument. And learning how to solve an algebraic equation doesn’t necessarily force you to rethink your place in the world. While I’ve met a few people whose lives were changed by vibrant math teachers, for most folks, math class didn’t lead to dramatic self-re-evaluation…. Read More»

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Engaging Millennials: Unleashing a Generation in the Workforce

Millennials is a strange word people use – often with some derision – to refer to a younger generation of workers. Many falsely believe they’re different from other generations, and that something might be wrong with them. What’s probably driving much of this sense of enigma is that Millennials are less engaged at work than […] Read moreRead More»

gig economy

Embracing the Future: Surviving and Flourishing in the Gig Economy

If you’ve been following the trends in the HR world, it’s likely you’ve heard the phrase “gig economy” tossed around in more than a few publications. So what is a gig economy and why is it getting so much attention? A quick Google search provides the following definition: A gig economy is a labor market characterized by the prevalence of short-term contracts or freelance work as opposed to permanent jobs. … Read More»

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Deliver Service Unleashed: Giving Your Customers Your All

Service unleashed is all about being really, really good. It means customers experiencing you raising your hand as high as you can – right out of the blocks. The pursuit of excellence says to your colleagues and customers, “You are so important to me that you get my absolute best.” “Being really, really good” includes service with an attitude — an unmistakable disposition of passion and confidence…. Read More»

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Practical Tips to Raise Up and Inspire Future Leaders, Part 4

In our series, Raising Up Leaders, we have discussed that over 51 percent of a great leader’s job is to develop new leaders. This process of raising up leaders is vital to any organization’s long-term success. In a previous article, we looked at the importance of character as the foundation of all leadership. Character precedes everything else. Without character, you are building on a faulty foundation. Now we’ll focus on developing charismatic leaders. … Read More»

peak performance

12 Ways to Stay Energized and in Peak Performance Mode

As an entrepreneur, you face a similar crisis. There’s so much to do, and so much depends on you. It’s easy to forget your energy is a finite resource as well. After all, your employees aren’t the only ones who need to recharge. To maintain peak performance, you need to find ways to renew your energy and commitment. The Young Entrepreneur Council is here to help…. Read More»

feedback

Feedback: This Is The Positive Environment Your Employees Want

Your employees are tough enough to handle a few negative comments. Quality employees welcome it. Really, how else could they grow personally and professionally without a few critiques? So, it’s no surprise two-third of employees who responded in the What’s New In Employee Management Trends report by my company, Quantum Workplace, want immediate feedback – even when it’s negative…. Read More»

shareholders

9 Ways to Ensure Your Shareholders Are Happy With Your Company’s Performance

You followed your entrepreneurial spirit, came up with an idea, raised capital and started your own company. Now you spend a great deal of energy keeping your customers, suppliers and employees happy. But are you forgetting someone? What about your shareholders? We asked members of the Young Entrepreneur Council for their advice on how to maintain a positive, open relationship with shareholders…. Read More»

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