Employee Satisfaction

How a Closing Ceremony Sets Your Team up for Success

How a Closing Ceremony Sets Your Team up for Success 

Every new beginning comes from some other beginning’s end, as the old quote (or ‘90s rock song) goes. As true as that may be, most of us don’t take the time to Read more >

7 Simple Bite-Size Steps to Restore Joy & Vitality

Are you (or your team) burning out?

Do you feel good at the end of the day? Are you as productive as you used to be? Are you excited about your work?

If the answer (for you or your Read more >

Like Your Less Than Likeable Co-Worker

Just last week I was facilitating a team relationship repair when one of the members stated, “We don’t have to like each other, we just have to be able to work with each other.”

This is true.

And yet, I bristle.

Because it could be SO much better if you did like your co-workers. Not “like” as in “we’re tight.”  “Like” as in respec Read more >

How do you get from "me" employees to "we" employees?

Most leaders would like to see their culture go from one in which employees ask “What’s best for me?” to “What’s best for the company?”  Of course, first and foremost, employees need to feel that “What’s best for the company” is also “What’s best for me.”  If overall the answers to these two are not in alignment, there’s trouble in paradise.

So Read more >

Employee satisfaction, engagement and morale: First Question to Ask

So many times we ask the following questions:

  • “How can we improve?”
  • “How can we be better?”
  • “What can we do to be better?”
  • “What’s wrong?”

And while these are valid and often valuable questions, there is a question that should be asked prior:

What are we doing right?  What’s g Read more >

Go to Top