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The Key to Building A Culture of Learning Has Nothing to do With the Resources You Have, But The Mentality You Invite
Employees will be hesitant to learn until they overcome this common fear. Regardless of where I work, I see a common hesitation among employees. Despite their organization's offerings--tuition reimbursement,
Early in my career, I was trained in a program that taught me about the grid model, which emphasizes that if you want strong results as a leader, you need to place a high value on the people who work you.
One of the world’s most successful culture transformations is unfolding before our eyes. Given the ubiquity of Microsoft’s technologies, the impact reaches well beyond the company’s 140,000 employees.
Unwritten rules and ways of doing things — both good and bad — are ingrained in the corporate world. Often, these norms become so enmeshed in company culture that leaders don’t even think about them. if
Businesses tend to take on a personality of their own. As most individuals who work in human resources can attest, company culture is as much a personality of a business as it is the way the organization
On February 20, 2018, Sports Illustrated published a report detailing the Dallas Mavericks' culture of misogyny and sexual harassment. The team then hired an independent law firm to conduct an independent
Creating a company culture that propels your business forward, is one of the most worthwhile tasks a business owner can do. If done correctly, your employees will know how to handle tough situations with
A toxic company culture is one of the main reasons why employees desert a job. However, a toxic company culture doesn’t simply arise without any forewarning: Symptoms begin to show up within the workplace
Cognitive and philosophical dissonance exists in every institution at every level. Even orchestras don’t always communicate or agree in partisan yet operationally, they perform to high standards. In its
Perks are fun, but they don’t equate to a long-lasting, positive company culture. Here’s what else matters. As a founder, there are two things I really appreciate: great company culture, and a great acronym.
It’s easy to overlook great ideas when you’re caught up in your day-to-day work. Here’s how to create a workplace where great ideas can thrive. In the days before Apple, an engineer pitched the idea for