According to a survey by the John Templeton Foundation, people are less likely to express gratitude at work than anyplace else. Yet, 81% of employees report they are motivated to work harder when their boss shows appreciation for their work.
Keeping employees engaged from Thanksgiving through the new year can be difficult. Many employees are utilizing remaining vacation time. In addition, while some employees’ workloads increase, others decrease. It can be a challenging time.
The workforce is changing quicker than some organizations can keep up. Some are predicting that by 2027 the majority of the U.S. workforce will be freelancers. The traditional business structure is fading away as employment preferences change and technology advances.
I’ve read a lot lately about the value of humble leadership. A true leader strives to bring out the best in his or her employees, but too many leaders get caught up in their power and lose sight of this.
With technology changing and evolving at such an incredible pace, some jobs have the potential to be replaced by robots. But not all jobs are replaceable.
I recently came across a study by Comparably that researched what companies Millennials and Gen Z’rs want to work for. While the companies didn’t surprise me, some of the ratings did. Another surprising factor is that we are now talking about Generation Z. The oldest Millennials are now 31-35 years old. Generation Z is coming up right behind them at ages 18-25.
I recently read an excerpt from the book, “The Nine Types of Leadership: Mastering the Art of People in the 21st Century Workplace” by Beatrice Chestnut, Ph.D. In it she defines nine distinct leadership styles.
I came across several articles recently that all revolve around emotions in the workplace. After reading them I began to think how crazy it is to think that all employees will come to work everyday happy and content and remain that way eight hours per day, everyday of the week. That’s just not normal human behavior.
What is intuition? According to Neuroscience News, “intuition is the result of information processing in the brain that results in prediction based on previous experience.” I had always perceived intuition as more of a gut feeling, but learning it’s based on past experiences, it makes me wonder how effective it can be in decision making.
One of the newest trends in business is implementing “no-meeting” days. When I first read about this trend I was excited, because I often get exhausted just looking at my calendar! I thought this sounded ideal for me. But the more I thought about it, I started to wonder where all those meetings would go. Would I just be busier on the other days?
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