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I believe that a big part of the problem lies in the way we think about
culture. In most of the organisations I work with, culture is still seen
as something that can be accurately diagnosed and designed. There is a belief that the leadership team, or a group of expert consultants can design and implement an objectively ideal culture.
Interesting concept. What do you think?
Research has shown that having a sense of purpose and meaning in life increases your happiness levels and overall well-being.
Interesting concept but how many of us really understand our purpose?
...and how members of the most narcissistic generation ever react to the label.
Interesting data. What do you think?
Is a dsirupter being disrupted? The model changes.
Some interesting insights! What do you think?
The discussion continues.
Has been a hot topic for years. What is your perspective.
What do you think?
Great discussion! Read carefully.
What do you think? I believe it is a start but it is not a total answer.
Interesting insights. What do you think?
Totally agree, leaders must grow other leaders. If they are not then they are a pied piper!
Valid discussion for businesses today. Paul is absolutely correct: organizations do run on muscle memory but when the tools change then they are in trouble.
Twitter has updated its 140 character limit. Here's everything you need to know about these changes and how they affect Twitter.
Wow, will be interesting to see what this does to the Twitter World. What do you think?
Enjoy Life Foods relocates manufacturing and distribution facility from Chicago suburbs to Indiana.
Stories about the poor performance of Illinois leadership to build collaborative businesses continue to mount and with it comes to the news of mass exodus of businesses. I hope here is someone left to turn out the lights after everyone has gone!
A new ordinance would ban all cars with autonomous technology from Chicago, preventing Uber from expanding the fleet of self-driving vehicles it recently introduced in Pittsburgh.
This is why Chicago and Illinois suck at building new businesses. Rather than embrace something and work with providers to make it work the first reaction is to BAN it.
Last week I wrote about The Golden and Platinum Rules in the context of Customer Experience. Today I want to discuss them in the broader context of human relations before, once again, narrowing the perspective and looking specifically a
Thanks to my friend Bay Jordan for another thought provoking article. Your last paragraph sums it up well.
Call centers aren’t what they used to be. Here’s how to capture the loyalty of increasingly demanding customers.
I have one simple way to win loyalty: Keep your commitments and say no more.
This model works for me but what do you think?
Being nice is not just about more effective teamwork; it’s related to doing what we can to establish what Margaret Wheatley has called “islands of sanity” in a world that may feel increasingly mean-spirited and ugly. At the risk of sounding a bit of a little old-fashioned, there is nothing wrong, and everything right, with bringing more kindness into our lives (that includes our working lives).
As Dr. John McGurk stated in a 2010 study, “Using the Head and Heart at Work,” people skills are rarely neutral, that is, they have the power to influence in positive, as well as negative, ways. It is by deployment of our ‘heart’ skills that we facilitate more effective application of our ‘head’ and ‘hand’ skills at work. Now that our workplaces are becoming more and more relationship- and collaboration-based, the urgent need to develop greater ‘heart’ at work is before us.
What do you think?