Monthly Archives: January 2020

Three Things About Information and Disinformation

Making good decisions requires good information. That’s an easy concept, isn’t it? Unless we know the facts, we are guessing. Even worse, when we have incorrect information the decisions we make can have horrific results. Today, we want to look … Continue reading

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Don’t Take Things Too Literally!

A  poster  designed several years ago by futurist, Jacob Morgan,  is making its rounds in media circles.  It compares how work experiences have changed for employees.  Morgan listed characteristics of past work and those of future work.   Many of them, … Continue reading

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Three Things About Worker Burnout

Over the past couple of months we have highlighted issues related to worker burnout. This issue seems to be an increasing problem in today’s workplace. In this article, we want to highlight additional issues related to burnout, a possible unanticipated … Continue reading

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Build Those Workplace Partnerships Before It’s Too Late

Welcome back and welcome to 2020!  We’ve been on holiday hiatus but below is a new blog on a story that hit many media outlets just before the Christmas holiday on a workplace issue that took several years to resolve. … Continue reading

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