A cautionary, true story about the work culture of one of America’s largest companies and best-known brands.
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People want to have a great boss, get feedback, and feel valued. A positive impact on the culture will positively impact the business results.
In the first of a two part series, accomplished HR leader Beth Steinberg explains why HR led programs are breaking down, and how this can change.
I have always been a believer in the power of a team. I find that work is not only more enjoyable when you are working with a great team, but generally, I find you get better ideas and results. I have worked in companies that cherished the team model, and other companies (typically engineering driven [...]
Over the past few weeks, several friends and former colleagues have come to me to talk about their next job move. I am not sure what is spurring on the dialogue. My guess is a combination of an increased need for personal satisfaction in work, coupled with a new found confidence in the economy. Regardless, [...]
Early in my career, I understood that leaders who were smart, creative and knew how to work with people, were usually more effective than those who did not. There were certainly exceptions: ineffective leaders who always made their revenue targets, technical leaders that did not have a big interest in people leadership, found ways to [...]