Monthly Archives: October 2014

Productive Meetings

This week I’ve been working on material about meetings. The information I read from others about meetings made me wonder if anything could ever be accomplished in a meeting and if there really was a reason to have any type … Continue reading

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Focus On Hazards, Not Just incidents

I was reading a list of safety committee tips this week, and came across several that were particularly relevant to some of the discussions we’ve had in the blog. One I would like to consider this week is: Focus on … Continue reading

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To Improve Employee Morale, Start By Increasing Engagement

When we meet with new clients we often hear concerns about employee morale. We certainly understand their concerns and work with them to take positive steps to address them. Numerous studies have shown the link between employee morale and productivity. … Continue reading

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How is Your Team Doing? Use Effective Tools to Find Out

Face it, sometimes teamwork can be frustrating. Impatience can set in as your team works on a task. Answers to problems may not come quickly, and or work may uncover more problems. Sometimes this leads teams to grasp for a … Continue reading

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