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Enhancing Communication with Remote Workers

According to this Recode article, remote work is here to stay one way or another. Research indicates that many knowledge workers will continue to work from home 2-3 days per week and will come into the office for more collaborative … Continue reading

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Form a Habit of Effective Communication

I just finished reading The Power of Habit – Why We Do What We Do in Life and Business by Charles Duhigg.  Part Two of the book focuses on the habits of successful organizations.  Essentially, the author states that some organizational habits are “keystone … Continue reading

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Self-care for Employees

The Drake P3 System has a short survey called the Role Adjustment Profile (RAP). Using the RAP, employers can check in on employees to see how they are flexing behaviors to adapt to their current environment. The report also provides … Continue reading

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Shift The Energy In Your Workplace

I ran across an article recently that really spoke to the primary issue I see in my work using personality profiling to drive performance.  The full article is worth reading, but the content that jumped out at me was: “A … Continue reading

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The Importance of Face-to-Face Communication in a Virtual World

I love a good infographic and was intrigued by the one at the link below.  I hear from clients a fair amount about wanting their employees to use email less and to meet with colleagues and clients face-to-face more frequently. … Continue reading

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Does Your Personality Make You A Better Salary Negotiator?

The author of the article below was asked if there are any particular personality traits or characteristics that make one a better salary negotiator.  His response was that the ability to both understand and communicate one’s value to a prospective … Continue reading

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Characteristics of People with High Emotional Intelligence

How exactly does high emotional intelligence convert to high achievement?  Emotional intelligence is essentially the ability to identify and manage the emotions of oneself and others.  The article linked below provides some insights into 10 characteristics of people with high … Continue reading

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Let it go!

The attached article suggests that hiring companies need to let go of the prejudices surrounding job hoppers.  Research indicates that today’s average employee changes jobs every 3-4 years.  The article identifies three positive aspects to this type of employee. Drake … Continue reading

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Do you have “scrappy” employees?

If you have “scrappy” employees in your organization, you run the risk of them becoming stifled and de-energized in a traditional job.  This article suggests that if you can create a “mosaic” role for them, you can foster their creativity … Continue reading

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Personality Profiling and Pre-Employment Assessment

Although the full article referenced below is a little long, it offers some great information about personality profiling and its use in today’s environment.  I’ve paraphrased a few of the most pertinent points to save you some time:

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