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Disciplining Employees who are Friends

Posted by Tyler Burke

Reading Time: 4 minutes.

One morning, you wake up with the butterflies in your stomach. You know you have something unpleasant to attend to at work and boy you are dreading it. On the way to work, you make a brief stop at Starbucks to grab...

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Posted in Human Resources, Managing

How To Strengthen Your Tools For Motivating Employees

Posted by Katie Marshall

Reading Time: 1.5 minutes

 

Motivating employees is no longer a quick fix of a pay increase or title change. If every employee is a unique individual, then motivating them requires adjustable techniques. Recent studies show us that leaders who...

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Posted in Culture, Managing

Expert Says Creating a Positive Culture Requires the Right "Smell"

Posted by Bryttany Curran

I was recently sent the Smell of the Place, an 8 minute and 13 second video of Professor Sumantra Ghoshal at the World Economic Forum. I found it very easy to digest and insightful – full of ideas that can enhance your culture. In his speech, he...

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Posted in Culture, Managing

11 Company Culture Quotes That Will Make You See the Importance of Human Resources

Posted by Katie Marshall

High performing companies often credit their success to their people. And yet, Human Resources (HR) managers and those who focus on the people of a company are often undervalued. If you believe the work you do as an HR professional is important,...

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Posted in Culture, Managing

How to Improve Risk Management by Instilling Strong Values

Posted by Joseph Havey
Remember the infamous (and now humorous) Red Cross #gettinslizzard tweet from 2012? Quick recap: As detailed by Mashable’s Todd Wasserman, the organization’s social media specialist clicked “Send” on the wrong Twitter account, causing the... Read More

Posted in Leadership, Employee Engagement, Managing

6 Concrete Ways to Improve Culture That You Can Do Right Now

Posted by Joseph Havey

When it comes to making a change, big, vague goals are daunting.

 

This will be especially relevant to many people this January when they take time to write down their upcoming resolutions. For example, “Losing weight” and “Saving money” the ...

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Posted in Culture, Leadership, Managing

Why A Bad Employee Can Make A Good Manager

Posted by Katie Marshall

They missed deadlines, failed projects, and seem steps away from not working for you anymore. They're a "bad employee" - but what if they have all of the qualities of a very good manager? Without opening your mind, you may be missing a prime...

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Posted in Human Resources, Managing

What Does Engaged Mean? Obliterating the Engagement Spectrum [part 2 of 3]

Posted by Vincent Nyamu

 

Congratulations! If you've read Part One, you understand the importance of employee engagement and are on the road to cultivating a winning culture. You know the answer to “what does engaged mean” and why it is important. But how do you create...

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Posted in Employee Engagement, Human Resources, Managing

Company Culture: 4 Ways to Make Your Routines Valuable

Posted by Joseph Havey
  At Novareté, we know that a strong and unified company culture translates into improved performance. Shared values foster commitment to a common purpose, which is proven to positively impact multiple indicators of long-term growth and... Read More

Posted in Leadership, Human Resources, Managing

How to Inspire Grateful And Successful People: Employee Recognition

Posted by Katie Marshall

Recognition is a basic human need. Inside and outside of the office, introverts and extroverts alike, we crave acknowledgment and appreciation from our fellow human beings. This innate desire means that employee recognition is more than a box...

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Posted in Employee Engagement, Managing

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