Seven Sins of Communication

When I worked as the Director of HR for a nonprofit organization, I had an assistant by the name of Wendy. Wendy worked hard, followed directions, asked the right questions, and we worked well together. One day, I printed out a […]

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Uber, Sexual Harassment, and the Stanford Prison Experiment

In February Uber Engineer Susan Fowler wrote a blog post reflecting on her year at Uber – a year rife with sexual harassment and discrimination. Unfortunately, her year was also rife with ignored complaints made to HR because offenders were high […]

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Employee Engagement Doesn’t Have to Be a Mystery [ebook]

Employee engagement can be difficult to measure. Have you ever asked yourself just how many of the employees in your organization are really engaged? A 2014 Gallup Poll found that only 31% of employees are involved in, enthusiastic about and […]

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