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Consequences of Unqualified Hiring

If you are the type of person that needs to be the smartest one in the room in order to maintain your self-esteem, you likely hire people that are less qualified than you. 358 more words

Workplace Issues

You Will Be Compromised...

I have worked in and with organizations for 40 years now (wow, time does fly)! Over that time there have been numerous times where I felt like I was doing something that just ‘didn’t feel right’; for me. 652 more words

OUCH!

My Life as a Gruntled Employee

Written by Elizabeth Smith Miller, Director of Marketing and Events, National Safe Place Network

I’m gruntled. I’m so gruntled I sneak around on the weekends, wake up… 1,085 more words

Professional Development

«Time-Span» and the «Midlife Crisis» of Organizations

Have you ever heard of Elliott Jaques? If you haven’t, don’t worry, because hardly anyone knows him. But for sure, you know the term… 1,020 more words

Consumer

How Can You Build a Culture of Knowledge Sharing in Your Organization?

Knowledge

Noun

“Facts, information, and skills acquired through experience or education; the theoretical or practical understanding of a subject.” – Oxford Dictionary

When we work with an organization, we are constantly interacting with people—whether face-to-face or via technology.

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Reflect on Power

The last three posts have looked at ways of taking our own small steps in reducing OUCH! in our organizational lives. This post continues by looking at something that is best ignored if you are trying to convince someone, or believe that you can design certainty. 618 more words

OUCH!

Strategic Management

Strategic Management is term as an art and science of developing, implementing and evaluating cross-functional decisions that grant an organization to achieve its various goals and objectives. 484 more words

Education