Monthly Archives: April 2012

Conflict Requires People to Talk with Each Other…I Mean Really Talk!

This month, we focus our content on conflict in the workplace.  You might be surprised to learn that as much as 25% of your workday is spent dealing with conflict. Why is conflict so prevalent in our lives? Find the … Continue reading

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Grieving? Focus on the Memories, Not the Loss

Grief: To be sorrowful, distressed, to mourn. In the last several months, I have done all of these. I have been filled with sorrow from loss, highly distressed from dealing with sadness on top of the everyday realities of running … Continue reading

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Workplace Grief: It’s More Common Than You Realize

The last few weeks, I’ve been talking about grief I the workplace. I’m delighted to have another expert weigh in the topic: Mark Griffin, of In His Name HR. For more information about how you can support a grieving co-worker, … Continue reading

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