Organizational Health

The 6 Types of Working Genius

The 6 Types of Working Genius

The 6 Types of Working Genius; a better way to understand your gifts, your frustrations, and your team. Often, we feel frustrated, underutilized or misunderstood at work, and teams experience failure or feel stuck or confused because they don’t know how to tap into the unique strengths of individual team members. Working Genius has the …

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Resiliency – 4 Simple Steps to prune before the wind comes!

Resiliency? Consider pruning before the “recession” wind hits! Building resiliency, when facing a possible recession, will help ease fears of uncertainty.  Recession or not, leaders should be proactive and consider what they can do right now to be in the best possible position when the next crisis inevitably occurs. The chance a particular issue will happen …

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Workplace fatigue; a leaders guide to pushing through

Workplace fatigue, change fatigue and exhaustion is not the same as just being tired. While the world is opening up, many people have not returned to the office quite yet.  After over two years of working from home – people are now actually feeling fatigued.  Exhaustion and fatigue is a group issue that needs to …

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Organizational Health as the last competitive advantage

When discussing the topic  of Organizational Health as the LAST Competitive Advantage, there are several points one needs to consider. All the competitive advantages we’ve been pursuing during our careers have been displaced; strategy, finance, technology, and marketing. These disciplines have not disappeared, but as real differentiators, they are no longer what they once were. …

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