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July 30, 2015

Fish on Leadership

What can fish teach us about leadership? Plenty, it turns out, according to a new study from the combined efforts of the Universities of Bristol, Harvard, and Princeton. The study examined schools of golden shiners, small schooling bait fish who rely heavily on communication to survive. In the experiment, certain fish were given the location […]

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July 28, 2015

Recognition That is Timeless

An employee’s length of service is important for building unique connections and fruitful relationships in the workplace. Celebrating service milestones gives us recurring opportunities to build those connections and relationships over the years. Sometimes an employee sticks around so long they become a fixture, a part of the organization’s DNA, and it’s hard to imagine […]

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July 22, 2015

Tired of No Sleep

According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC), some 41 million workers in America aren’t getting enough sleep. We already know that American workers take fewer vacation days and work longer hours than their industrialized counterparts around the world. But when nearly a third of your workforce is showing up to work sleep-deprived it affects […]

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July 20, 2015

Three Weeks’ Notice

Retention and engagement have a strange relationship. Engagement can increase retention, but at the same time retention is quite apathetic to engagement. Your employees might be engaged, but as we all know there can be many external factors that lead to an employee’s separation with their employer, that have nothing to do with how engaged […]

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