Monthly Archives: November 2016

Where Do We Go From Here?

The fear of an uncertain future has haunted many for the last seven or eight years or since the Great Recession.   It’s a feeling like nothing will ever be right again.  It’s created a fear of job loss.  It’s watching … Continue reading

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Do You Know: The Difference Between A Committee and a Team?

We often write about working with committees or teams. Although the names may seem similar, I do not view these terms to be interchangeable. There is a significant difference between the two groups. Have you heard the saying, “If you … Continue reading

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THE IMPORTANCE OF LISTENING AND WORKING TOGETHER

The news this week is the surprising result of the U. S. election.  How will a Trump administration address worker issues especially when he was primarily elected by a working middle class and are there areas unions and the new … Continue reading

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An Employee Engagement Success Story

We have written a number of articles about the benefits of employee involvement. This week, we would like to highlight a success story. The knowledge and experience of employees can help create effective solutions to workplace issues. An example of … Continue reading

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