Monthly Archives: November 2012

Employee Needs: 10 Things People Want Most at Work

Employee satisfaction and happiness are about more than money. Studies show that, while people do want to be compensated fairly, they actually care about other kinds of things more. And it’s those other things that play a huge role in … Continue reading

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Cultural Assessments: Content That Yields the Right Results

A cultural assessment reveals the “real deal” about your organization quickly. Conducted over a few days by doing confidential interviews with fifteen to twenty employees representing various layers of the company, this study’s final report shows top management and everyone … Continue reading

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Don’t Continue to Suffer with a Difficult Boss

When you think about it, our bosses make or break our experiences in the workplace.  Over the course of my long, diverse professional career I’ve listened to scores of colleagues and peers complain about their “difficult bosses.” I’ve watched people … Continue reading

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