The Four Seasons

Did you know? Only 21% of workers feel engaged at work Disengaged workers cost U.S. companies $300 billion a year 70% of what determines a workplace culture is set by the leader Yesterday, Rypple hosted a Leadership Webinar Series with master coaches from the Teleos Leadership Institute — the second in a three-part series on coaching. Suzanne Rotondo… Read on »

“Disengagement” may sound like just another corporate buzzword, but it’s a serious problem in today’s workforce. More than half of U.S. employees report feeling disengaged from their jobs.  And with these downtrodden denizens costing the U.S. economy $300 Billion annually in lost productivity, it turns out that an engaged workforce might just be the ultimate… Read on »


Love it or hate it, email is the go-to method for work communications at most companies today. But this wasn’t always the case: in its early days, managers feared email. They worried employees would abuse the new form of technology and disclose confidential or embarrassing company information to the outside world. They also had concerns… Read on »


Facebook was among the first large enterprises built by Millennials. Chief executive Mark Zuckerberg is just 27, and 50% of the company’s workforce is composed of the generation born between 1982 and 2001. It is a generation now taking positions of prominence across the corporate landscape. And its members have very different ideas about what… Read on »


Last month Rypple hosted part one of the Teleos Leadership Institute series webinar called “The Positive Impact of Coaching with Compassion.” Attendees learned valuable strategies on how to use compassion to prepare for their coaching sessions: Set a positive climate that fosters respect Focus on long-term development— not on altering short-term performance Discover your employees’… Read on »