More than anything, Millennials want engagement at work, but often have to settle for morale. In countless organizations, engagement is often conflated with morale--as if engagement is just another metric assessing how employees feel about
I once had a boss who banned the entire organization from ever saying “sorry.” Whether we were talking to customer, a manager, or each other, no one was allowed to say “sorry” under any circumstances.
One of my very first managers had a little catchphrase she liked to use whenever she assigned out a new tasks. Without fail, she would tell us, “I won’t ask you to do anything I
A key predictor of success in any endeavor comes from mindset. It can be tempting to approach the challenges of establishing, rebuilding, or preserving a company culture as an uphill battle when more and more
Millennials are educated; by some accounts, they are the most educated generation in history. But all too often, they are not well-trained. It might be crossing the bridge from theory to practice: classrooms can be