Three Simple Steps to Improve Your Writing

Anyone can become a better writer if they choose. Whether writing for work or writing a book, you want to know the words you compose convey the intended meaning. As someone who has spent most of her professional career writing, I’m sharing three simple steps to...

Five Essentials for Effectively Communicating Employee Change

While many communication scenarios present challenges, one particularly complex situation is communicating change. Whether a new employee policy on the appropriate use of company resources or an impending downsizing, effectively communicating change requires a...

A Dozen Tactics for Making Every Workday Better

If you are working, chances are that the majority of your time is spent around colleagues. Every workplace has a certain feel, a certain employee culture. And even when an employee culture feels warm and welcoming and work is going well, sometimes you begin to feel...

How Happy Are You at Work?

With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, thoughts may veer toward personal relationships. I’d like to suggest you think of a different kind of relationship — your work. More specifically, are you happy in it? On a scale of 1 – 10, with 1 being the thought...

Are Your Leaders Innovating through Diversity of Thought?

I recently came across a speech on Leveraging Diversity of Thought to Create Innovative, Flexible Business Success which I presented to the Triangle Society for Human Resources Management in 2013. As I listened to the 50-minute recording, I was reminded of the passion...

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