I was listening to a friend speak of her recent trip to walk the Great Wall of China for charity. Of the many stories that she shared (and the amazing
Why Good Leaders Make You Feel Safe — Simon Sinek This TED talk from Simon Sinek has so many gems. But amongst them: “In the military we give medals to
How to build trust within a team – A Case Study A few months ago, I was working with a team around positive team dynamics and we spent some time
I have talked before about how powerful the psychological contract is – and that how it is often the simple things that build trust and confidence within the employment relationship.
A few weeks ago, I wrote an article on the angry employee in the workplace. Taking that further, a commenter asked for tips on how to deal with the apathetic employee.
At a party the other night, I heard an amusing story that went as follows: the little brother would demand two coins from his sister in exchange for one coin.
The psych contract is an interesting contract .. it’s formed early on in the relationship and is based not only the written, formal contract between an organization and the employee,
In today’s day and age when increasingly relationships are ‘virtual’ through facebook or twitter, and when communication is via email or text rather than face to face; it remains truer
The Mighty Toddler vs the Workplace Team At first glance, the two might seem like chalk and cheese – but it’s funny how the fundamentals of any good human relationship