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Who are we recognizing: the deserving or the visible?

My son recently participated in a freedom bicycle ride organized by TAF. There were two types of rides: pleasure ride of 5 kms and full ride of 68 kms. 472 more words

Professional Views

Teach An Employee Something New Today

Take the opportunity today to teach an employee something new. Nearly everyone likes to learn and is capable of tackling a new challenge.

  • Teach your employee something that expands his (or her) current job description.
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Leaders—Feel Like You’re Rowing Alone? Alignment Might Be the Problem

As a leader, have you ever felt as if you were rowing upstream alone while your team watched from the bank, wondering what you were doing?  476 more words


Thriving in the Midst of Change: Ask 3 Questions

When your organization and people are challenged with impending doom—I mean, impending change—leaders often stick their heads in the sand and hope it passes. Yes, it will pass, but your organization can take advantage of the transition using the science of motivation and what we know about the way people experience change. 762 more words


A new way to look at employee engagement and productivity

Employee engagement is an important facet of worker productivity and happiness. Due to recent research indicating the drop in engagement worldwide, many industries are searching for ways to boost engagement in their workplaces. 270 more words

Professional Development

One of My Best People Is Looking For A New Job: Ask Madeleine

Dear Madeleine,

I manage a fairly large team of supervisors. The days are long and hectic but I have a good flow going with the group.  626 more words


Help! I Inherited My Team: Ask Madeleine

Dear Madeleine,

I am at my wits’ end. I worked hard in college and graduate school and have what some people might call a “Type A” personality. 1,047 more words