Tag Archives: workplace culture

Workplace Awareness: Social Contracts

As a licensed family and marriage therapist and business consultant, rapport is crucial.  It allows you to connect and dive into conflicts that may be holding people and businesses back. [...]

Limiting Your Leadership Potential

My father had worked at the same company for 40 years.  He was so dedicated, that he invested everything he had into the company.  When he later died of a [...]

The Biggest Mistake in eNPS Benchmarking

Employee Net Promoter Score (eNPS) can be used to predict the productivity of your company. Studies have shown that a higher eNPS leads to better customer experiences, and thus, creates an [...]

The Inefficiency of Dishonesty in Business

People are inherently inefficient. In fact, our inefficiency sparks our desire to find a better way. Take travel for instance. To be able to travel faster, someone invented wheels, and [...]

The Corporate Lifecycle: The Business of Growing Up

“The more a thing tends to be permanent, the more it tends to be lifeless.”  – Alan Watts Death has this unique ability to awaken something within us — whether [...]

A Dose of Anxiety

Imagine what would happen if you were locked in your office without your phone or email.  You are not able to do anything for the day, other than sit in [...]

Super Stars and Team Players

In front of you stands a group of classmates — some eagerly jumping around waiting to be picked, while others do their best to hold in their anticipation of being [...]

Bridging the Divide: Aligning Culture Factions

In our previous blog, we discussed how culture is an extension of its leader.  The way a leader treats his employees and customers is a direct representation of him and his [...]

The Heart of Company Culture: It Starts with You

Culture is a set of values and beliefs that form the foundation of how we treat people within an organization. It lives in everything we do—from how we carry ourselves [...]

5 Common Misconceptions about Corporate Culture

I sat in a room sounded by a group of people who I’ve only met recently.  I hadn’t put names to all the faces yet, but I knew them by [...]