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Building A Strengths-Based Culture
We know that at the core of a healthy organization is the idea that people are respected and valued for their different gifts/strengths/talents. This is where true diversity is found, as well, as it is these innate abilities which create our worldview and varied perspectives. If a tribe can adopt a mindset which truly helps...Read More
If I Wanted a Dream Job...
I have to admit it, I am at the mid-point of my life, and I have never had a "job." I have always been self-employed in the service of others. However, if I wanted a dream job it would be the Chief Culture Officer (CCO) of a progressive company. What does that mean? As the CCO, it would be my job to create a culture of...Read More
The Treasure Hunter
Not long ago I was in a serious career path transition. I was dazed and stranded in the land in between a great past and a promising but unsure future. During the days I was anxious and doing a lot of soul searching and a lot of praying. At night I was restless, not sleeping, and when I did sleep, I would have crazy dreams....Read More
Strengths in a Facebook World
Recently I was at a speaking engagement discussing how to create a "Strengths-Based" culture in organizations vs. a "Command and Control" environment. One of the participants asked two critical questions. He asked, "Wouldn't it make more sense if we determined and focused on young people's strengths, at an early age, instead of...Read More
Engagement 1.0
Engagement is a trendy business buzzword these days, and it sounds pretty fancy. But the way engagement looks isn't very complicated at all. It's easy to tell if an employee is engaged. They miss work less, quit organizations less, create safer workplaces, and produce higher quality work. Overall, they are simply happier...Read More
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