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The problem: Employers/employees want different “autonomy”

Execs want to cut costs. People are costs. People want better projects and the ability to work independently. This intersection point defines our working future. Continue Reading

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We really need to discuss feeling isolated at work

Feeling isolated at work

What makes you a human vs. a sub-human, at work and in your personal life? Continue Reading

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Work sucks, globally — but it doesn’t have to be that way

Work sucks

Imagine all the people, engaged with some of the tasks… Continue Reading

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Tie employee development to potential challenges

Employee development

Maybe put some data on it. Continue Reading

Is employee net promoter score a good metric to use?

Employee net promoter score

It becomes a “tree falls in the cubicle forest” problem. Continue Reading

The confidence gap at work is often a gaping chasm

The confidence gap

Not just a gender construct anymore. Continue Reading

High potential employees: The fatal flaw

High potential employees

The quick and dirty on how your top five percent of employees somehow ends up including members of your bottom 10 percent. Continue Reading

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The “zero fucks given” approach to work

Zero fucks given

This isn’t about doing a bad job. It’s about learning how to tune out the noise. Continue Reading