We are all faced with change, and sometimes the solace we need simply comes from a new perspective.
The "power of good" won't come from forcing change in corporate process and operating models. The power of good will happen when we all figure out how to live as healthy well-balanced spiritual beings in a corporate vortex that is anything but spiritual and well-balanced.
Published By: David Fralinger Have a nagging suspicion your employees are a bit disillusioned? Disenchanted? Just plain bored? They may be suffering from acute employee disengagement, and they’re not alone. In fact, recent Gallup polling has identified an estimated 30 percent or less of the US workforce as actively engaged in their work—a dismal reality … Continue reading 3 Ways to Increase Employee Engagement
People are looking everywhere for ways to feel valued and appreciated. We want to be surrounded by other people who are mindful of our needs in a way that says, “I hear you.” We want to be in the presence of other people who joyfully give us the freedom to be authentic and walk in … Continue reading How to Make Love in the Boardroom
Stress has been called the “health epidemic of the 21st century” by the World Health Organization and is estimated to cost American businesses up to $300 billion a year.
In case someone hasn't already told you, let me just say, "You are brilliant." In fact, you are the most brilliant person in your life. You are so smart that you have the ability to answer any life question, accomplish anything you put your mind to, and your ideas are so phenomenal they have the ability … Continue reading You’re Bloody Brilliant
I've seen my share of employee engagement programs. The best programs are those that show people they are valued, cared for and appreciated by the business and its leaders--programs that have people saying, "I love my job." These are two of my favorite programs. Hats off to the fearless businesses that choose to put people … Continue reading How to get someone to say, “I love my job.”