How The Hierarchy Of Importance Can Revive A Business

How The Hierarchy Of Importance Can Revive A Business

When working with businesses as they develop their brand, a common question comes up. What is the hierarchy of importance in our company? Some companies have more factors to consider when answering this question than others. Public companies have shareholders, government contracted agencies have federal standards, and non-profit companies have donors. These are all on top […]

How Gottman’s ‘4 Horseman Of The Apocalypse’ Can Destroy An Office

  As I’ve said in the past, there’s a lot to be learned from relationship therapy theories when compared to office culture. This is why today I have brought an interesting read for any supervisor or leader in a business. John Gottman’s ‘The Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work: A Practical Guide from the Country’s […]

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One Supervisor’s Philosophy To Empower A Loyal Office Culture

A while back I was having a conversation with a manager about how they maintain a healthy office culture. These conversations are always interesting because it is evident when a manager has or has not been considering the specific techniques and philosophies they use to make their office a healthy place for their employees. Some managers […]

Why Avoiding Blame And Playing The Victim Kills Growth

Life can be a challenge sometimes. You feel like you are doing everything in your power to improve your life, but still, something falls through; pulling the rug from under you. Having this happen only once or twice, you can easily slough it off as a random event. But when those challenges outnumber your successes, […]