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?
As we wrote about in last week's EPTW, we know that stress is a major contributor to employee absence. But can it actually be contagious?
With employee retention being so important in order to keep up with the war on talent, it’s imperative for employers to know the reasons employees are leaving companies so that they can prevent it. These reasons tend to change over time as workforce trends change. HR Bartender recently took a poll to see why employees are leaving in 2018.
I am a student of EI, or Emotional Intelligence, which is the capacity to be aware of, control, and express one's emotions, and to handle interpersonal relationships judiciously and empathetically. I receive many articles about it and recently one peaked my interest since it talked about the value of high emotional intelligence in team performance.
For as much as we talk about and make efforts towards improving employee engagement, its still at an all-time low nationally. How can we in HR help to move that dial?
Although President’s Day is now past, and we are in March (hard to believe), I wanted to share this list of inspiring quotes from some of America’s past presidents. While the history of U.S. leaders dates back 250 years, most of their quotes still apply today in regard to being an effective leader.
In my last blog I mentioned several top management books, several of which I have read. As I was writing, I began to think about key trends that appear in every management or leadership book I’ve read. Then I came across a list of six signs of a true leader and realized that for as many different books that there are about leadership, they all tend to focus in on these key traits.
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