Posts About Organizational Culture

Is Trust More Important Than Individual Potential?

Chief Human Resources Officers believe that high-potential employees are 91 percent more valuable to their organizations than average employees, so it is no surprise that HR's main concern is retaining them.

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By Jessica Collins on December 14, 2016

6 Research-Backed Reasons to Rethink Your Annual Employee Evaluation

Everyone hates annual employee evaluations, but I don't think that's a big secret.

Many employees dread their upcoming evaluation for weeks or months in advance  and whether they're willing to admit it or not  most managers hate employee evaluations as much or more than employees do.

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By George Dickson on August 31, 2016

6 Tested Techniques for Dramatically Improved One on One Meetings

There have been too many articles, white papers, and case studies written on the “death of the annual performance review.” But when you brush past the hyperbole, you find a diverse list of successful companies changing the way they measure employees.

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By Sahil Mehta on August 24, 2016

37 Creative Employee Reward Ideas (2016 Update)

Employee rewards are an essential component of an effective engagement strategy, but many leaders still struggle to implement rewards successfully. Aligning the rewards you provide with the things your team truly values will make a big difference in how they're received.

If that seems like a challenge, don't worry — we've got you covered with a huge list of creative reward ideas for your staff. The list was so popular, we updated and expanded it for 2016. 

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By George Dickson on August 17, 2016

3 Things Rock Stars Can Teach Us About Accepting Feedback

The life of a musician is riddled with all breeds of feedback — from positive and constructive to downright negative. While most of us aren't receiving feedback beneath the same limelight in our professional careers, it also comes in all shapes during our day-to-day interactions. How we respond to it can make all the difference.

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By Elle Morgan on July 20, 2016

5 Competitive Benefits of Diversity in the Workplace

Building a diverse workforce isn't just beneficial; it's a major factor of success in the modern business landscape. Organizations that seek, celebrate, and embrace diversity have several very real advantages over their competitors.

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By George Dickson on June 23, 2016

8 Fun and Unique Ways to Strengthen Company Culture

Have you ever met a Chief Culture Instigator, a Minister of Fun, or resident Vibe Monitor? Maybe the Head of the Culture Committee, or the VP of Happiness? If any of these titles sound familiar, you’ve probably also worked at companies that don’t quite have the resources for an official culture or HR leader to join the staff but understand the benefits of having one.

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By Morgan Chaney on May 04, 2016

5 Bad Management Practices That Undermine Great Culture

Even if you can have an outstanding organizational culture on paper, it's surprisingly easy for a few bad management practices to unravel it.

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By George Dickson on March 02, 2016

15 Expert Tips to Make Every Day Employee Appreciation Day

Have you already marked your calendar for National Employee Appreciation Day? On March 4th, companies across the United States will take time to express appreciation for their employees.

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By George Dickson on February 24, 2016

21 Expert Antidotes for a Toxic Work Environment

Can you cure a toxic work environment?

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By George Dickson on January 27, 2016

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