Category: Corporate Culture

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Surveys by many different groups across the years indicate that the average manager spends anywhere from 8 to 12 hours of a five-day work week dealing with conflict. The primary causes of this are attributed to personality clashes and warring egos. The cost of workplace conflict to businesses amounts to over $359 billion dollars a […]

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I hear it all the time: “I just don’t get my co-worker or my boss.” “My teammate is always ticking me off. What do I do about it?” Can you relate? Workplace personality conflicts drain your energy and cloud your attitude.  Every workplace has conflict.  How you deal with them is the key to saving […]

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What does “Culture-driven” mean? When you help bring out the best in others there is more happiness, higher morale and productivity in the workplace—in other words, you create a culture that helps good people become great. And, a culture that cultivates great people also drives a successful business. Creating a rock star culture takes time, […]

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Conflict: A big word with big connotations. Studies show managers waste 6 to 8 weeks per year dealing with conflict. Many people hear the word conflict and picture a battle of some sort. I have learned through living that you can be soft and still be heard, you can be kind to get your point […]

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I read a lot of blogs. My favorites are those that expand my own awareness and connect to where I am in my journey. In reading and learning more about how Corporate Culture influences the success of an organization, I came across a few posts that really struck a chord with me. So, without further […]

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