Company Culture

Fear of Change

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Recently, I visited the Grand Canyon.  For the fourth time, I had the opportunity to witness this majestic natural wonder.  Every time I go, it takes my breath away.  If you have been to the Grand Canyon, you know that you can see the canyon from many different viewpoints.  You can stay safe and walk only along paths that have guard rails (sturdy dividers between you and the vast drop to the bottom) or you can hike down to more rugged areas and find flat cliffs that jut out over the canyon.  These areas have no guard rails and no protection from falling.

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#AskRevela – Toxic People

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Let us be your leadership “Google.” Ask Revela!

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This Simple Solution Can Increase Retention

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It’s the question every business owner or HR person asks. It’s the question that many businesses struggle with. How can we increase retention and decrease employee turnover? So maybe you have already figured out how to find great people. But the problem for many companies is this: They can’t figure out how to keep them. “New research from Allegis Group reports that 83% of 1,400 employers surveyed believe retaining talent is a growing challenge.”

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This Gives A Whole New Meaning to Hump Day…

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What would happen if we all took what we knew, and threw it away? Flipped it upside down? What if what we think we knew was actually holding us in the past? Or, what if it was keeping us from reaching unknown and untapped potential? What if curiosity was the only way to move into the future?

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How to Make Sure Your Employee Survey is Effective

Updated April 2020
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So, you’ve decided to conduct a company-wide employee survey. An admirable goal. One shared by many progressive organizations. But what now? Conducting an effective employee survey can be complicated. And if done incorrectly, it can potentially damage internal relationships.

How, then, can you avoid the pitfalls and conclude with meaningful results?

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Changing Office Politics as We Know It

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Office politics is a topic that is typically avoided and rarely acknowledged. But it has a remarkable impact on productivity in the workplace. The difference between a historic and a modern view of office politics is how we address it. The fact is, there is a need for office politics – it’s how we get things done. Embracing this view is the key to getting to the next level, which is differentiating between office behaviors that are positive and welcome or negative and offensive.

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Everyday Ethics and Integrity

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The topic of workplace ethics and integrity is one familiar to most business executives. Our culture continually forces companies to redefine how they view workplace behavior, decisions made, and the impact on customers, employees, and daily operations. The basic definition of Ethics revolves around what is considered “right” and “wrong” in the choices we make every day. There isn’t one set of rules or morals designated as the authority on conduct. Each business must adopt, and apply for itself, what guidelines are considered universal and what constitutes a violation of those guidelines.

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Personal Accountability

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Today more than ever, employers want employees to own what they expect of them. That means acknowledging responsibility for their outcomes. And in return, employees expect their employers to demonstrate ethics and integrity in their actions. When both parties agree to accept these goals, the result becomes a culture of Personal Accountability.

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Building Relationships

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We’ve all been busy…really busy. And many times we get so caught up in saving a minute here, or an hour there, that we lose many of the qualities that make life worth living — particularly the quality and joy that others can bring to our lives.

Success in business or in your personal life can become meaningless if there is no one available to share the fruits of that success. Therefore, setting aside time for building relationships with others is very important.

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10 Ways to Create Employee Turnover

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Are you tired of leading teams? Do you just wish everyone would quit so you don’t have to manage anymore, and you can do the job yourself? (After all, you probably do it better anyway…)

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