‘Interesting’ information can be confused with ‘Useful’. You can be a lot more effective and efficient when you know the difference.
Check out this week’s Toon-Te-Ching, our weekly feature where we take a verse of the Tao-Te-Ching, add a toon and reflect on how the Tao shows up at work.
An organization that values busyness will never innovate. If you want to innovate you need to make space for it.
Businesses are addicted to “know-how” but seem to reject “know-why”. Without learning theory, it appears that companies lurch from one fad to the next.
As you move up the hierarchy at work, you gain power. And most higher-ups exercise control and authority to exercise and accumulate that power. What if we flip this around and use connection to build power?
This blog has always been about workplaces that are healthy, productive and FUN! Why are we now saying not to make work fun? Have we gone crazy? Are we flip-flopping? Read on and find out!
How much does your office affect your productivity? As it turns out, a ton! The surprising truth is that your space is affecting you in ways you might not even realize.
Small violations of group norms need to be nipped in the bud, otherwise the door is open to bigger and bigger dysfunction. It may seem petty to address small infractions, but it’s worth it.
“You have 2 ears and 1 mouth so you can listen twice as much as you talk.” That’s what my 3rd grade teacher would say. Yet I notice that our culture has shifted to talking more than listening. When did talking become more important than listening?
In today’s installment of the Toon-Te-Ching we look at verse 2. What does it teach us about paradoxes and goals?
Middle Managers make up 8% of the labor force. They are pivotal in creating our workplace culture. What if they banded together to stand up for better working conditions?