Mon.Nov 21, 2022

True Gratitude – More Than Pleasantries or Recognition

Let's Grow Leaders

It’s easy for true gratitude to get lost in the swirl of formal recognition programs, everyday courtesies, and the relentless push for more and better. Progress is good. You need recognition. And courtesy is vital. But none of these are genuine gratitude. True gratitude begins with deep humility.

The Power of Noticing – Things that Get Noticed Get Done

Leadership Freak

It comes every year, but winter is always a surprise in Pennsylvania. The leaves are glorious one day and the next the birch out back is bare and cold. I like winter. I… Continue reading → Leading

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Employ Mindfulness to Give the Gifts of Connection and Contentment

Michael Lee Stallard

My mind is full. These days there is so much information coming at us around the clock, from so many sources. Plus, I love to learn and assimilate new research findings, stories, and perspectives into the work we are doing on connection and organizational culture.

Why We Must Focus on Workplace Wellbeing

Kevin Eikenberry

Workplace wellbeing isn’t something many people talked about 30 years ago. While that may not be surprising, it wasn’t on the radar of many people three years ago either.

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Employee Open Enrollment Letter Template

When it comes to benefits, communication is critical. To help you easily explain your offerings at open enrollment, Paycor created an open enrollment sample letter (and a few tips). Download this free Employee Open Enrollment Letter Template today.

Black Eye for FIFA Leadership: Enabling Hate Over Love

Modern Servant Leader

FIFA Referee Gives Shocking Yellow Card VALENCIA, SPAIN - SEP 19: Felix Brych shows a yellow card at the UCL match between Valencia CF and Juventus FC at Mestalla on September 19, 2018 in Valencia, Spain.

Notes of Appreciation Can Boost Individual and Team Morale

Harvard Business Review

Go beyond the generic thank-you note. Leadership and managing people Motivating people Managing people Employee performance management Feedback Giving feedback Interpersonal skills Digital Article

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To Coach Leaders, Ask the Right Questions

Harvard Business Review

Good leadership requires honest reflection. Leadership Leadership development Career coaching Developing employees Digital Article

4 Tips to Balance the Highs and Lows of Ministry

Ron Edmondson

In over 20 years in vocational ministry, I have learned the job can be an emotional roller coaster at times. We have to learn to balance the highs and lows of ministry in order to succeed long-term. You can have the best Sunday but then the critics seem to find you on Monday morning.

A Recipe for The Best Pumpkin Chiffon Pie You'll Ever Taste (and a few others)

David Grossman

If you’re like me, you’re probably planning your Thanksgiving menu (if you’re hosting) or planning a dish to pass if you’re visiting friends and family.

5 Things Employers Get Wrong About Caregivers at Work

Harvard Business Review

Myth #1: School and childcare are back to normal.

10 Ways to Keep Your Hourly Employees

Getting and keeping hourly workers is no longer as simple as offering them more cash. Employees have options. But this guide from Paycor will help you put your best foot forward to recruit, retain, and develop hourly workers so you can remain competitive.

Things to Keep in Mind When Starting a New Job

HR Digest

We often get mixed feelings when starting a new job. You are excited for the new journey and, at the same time, trying to tread carefully so you don’t make any silly mistakes. You also have the new employee learning sessions to attend. It can be a lot at times.

How to Push for Policy Changes at Your Company

Harvard Business Review

The people and planning you’ll need to set yourselves up for success. Organizational change Social movements Labor Audio