Healthy Organizational Culture

Healthy Organizational Culture to Increase Performance

Organizational Health: Growth, Performance, and Defining your Organization’s Culture Developing a healthy organizational culture is necessary for any company, whether it’s a start-up or a fortune 500 company. Change, culture, and growth are relevant for any organization in any industry, so having a plan in place is necessary to improve business performance. In a recent…

aging workforce

The Aging Workforce

Best Practices to Avoid Brain Drain, Leverage Experienced Talent, and Transition to RetirementThe purpose of this session was to discuss experiences, trends and best practices with the aging workforce.OverviewBefore beginning the discussion, because of the topic, the group shared the average ages in their workforces. The average employee age ranged from below 40 to over…

Caution

The Truth About Workplace Chemistry

Forget Workplace “Chemistry” Why Workplace Chemistry May Be Detrimental, Combustible…or Even Highly Toxic. Readers who know us well also know that we sometimes like to take slightly controversial positions that challenge conventional thinking about leadership.  This article will explode (pun intended) a myth about workplace “chemistry” as a prerequisite of high performing teams. The inspiration…

organizational change management strategies

Organizational Change Management Strategies

Business Culture Change – Going with the FlowA Flexible Approach to Ensuring Cultural Continuity, and Effective Organizational Change Management Strategies.Nature offers invaluable insights about change.  Imagine a lily pad floating by the banks of a river.  You try to move it to the other side by pushing waves of water toward it but movement is…

Cognitive Behavioral Change

Executive Communication Training

Executive Communication Training Using A Cognitive Behavioral Change Plan There are still those in the corporate world who remain skeptical of executive communication training. They assume that people are hard-wired “they are who they are” and therefore often fail to either uncover an individual’s full potential or turn a blind eye to damaging behaviors in…