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Guest Post: Harnessing the Power of Relationships

When was the last time you thought about gravity? It plays a pretty important role in our lives, doesn’t it? It keeps us from floating off into space. It literally holds our solar system together. Gravity is vital to our survival. And yet, unless you … Read full posting »

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Guest Blog: Before You Hit ‘Send’: 5 Tips for Mindful Communication

Hasty communication can break relationships and ruin careers. Too often we write an email or send a text without double-checking the content or being mindful of the tone of the message. We have no idea how that message will get interpreted. Once you hit the … Read full posting »

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The ROI of Recognizing Service Anniversaries

A few weeks back, I wrote a post about service anniversaries and why they’re important. You can check out the full post here. What’s noteworthy about service anniversaries isn’t just their “feel good” importance. Yes, having someone recognize how long I’ve been with the organization … Read full posting »

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Guest Blog: The Reason Work Anniversaries are Important

One of the most important events in an employee’s career is their first day of work. There’s a constant conversation about making sure an employee is welcomed and made to feel a part of the company on Day One. Every year, employees remember their work … Read full posting »

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Guest Blog: Why We Need “Work Friends”

I read an article recently about having friends at work and outside work. It reminded me of the Gallup Q12 item that addresses having a best friend at work. For those who might not be familiar, the Gallup Q12 is a survey that measures employee … Read full posting »

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Team Culture and Positivity: What We Can Learn from Kids’ Basketball

This guest blog comes to us from our Vice President of Corporate Sales & Business Development, Brian Schwartz. My wife and I are blessed to have two wonderful boys, ages 10 and 12.  Both are active in sports, which means that on many weeknights and … Read full posting »

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Guest Blog: Culture’s Most Important Ingredient

I once worked at a super hip downtown NYC entertainment company as manager of a new division. Before you reached our floor, you could hear the music booming from the lobby. Upon getting off the elevator, you might have wondered if the receptionist was going … Read full posting »

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Why Managers Fail to Recognize Employee Contributions

Occasionally we feature a guest blogger who brings new perspectives on key issues in the worlds of culture, engagement and recognition. This week we welcome Leigh Branham, founder of Keeping the People, Inc. and author of “The 7 Hidden Reasons Employees Leave.” After 20 years … Read full posting »

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Guest Blog: 10 Reasons Your Core Values Aren’t Sticking

  Occasionally we feature a guest blogger who brings new perspectives on key issues in the worlds of culture, engagement and recognition. This week we welcome Matt Monge—speaker, consultant and Chief Culture Officer for Mazuma Credit Union. You can find him online at http://themojocompany.com/. They’re … Read full posting »

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