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Case Study: Sustainability Program Spreads Corporate Culture, Resources, and Image

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Grace Davis

This case study details how one organization designed a sustainability program that aligned with local communities and accomplished numerous corporate initiatives—quickly and efficiently. More »

Pilot Testing a Survey Instrument

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Kevin Freer

Designing a good survey instrument is essential to collecting useful data. Here’s a closer look at how an annual medical assistant conference pilot tested its survey prior to an ROI study conducted with a national medical assistant annual convention.  More »

Fair Process: The Link To Creating A Productive Organizational Culture

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Carol Decker

Once employees realize that all opinions count, productivity generally increases. The key is that fairness must be extended to and processed by all employees for a company’s culture to change. More »

8 Behaviors for Leading a Smarter Team

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Roger Schwarz

Team leaders who use a mutual learning mindset view leadership as power with others and not over them. The leader looks for ways to share it, and by doing so, you don’t lose any yourself. To embrace the mindset of a mutual learning leader, actively initiate the fo... More »

Be the Boss or Face the Consequences of Under-Management

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Michelle Riklan

What do you get when you put together employees with diverse personalities, work backgrounds, different temperaments and habits, and varying levels of weirdness?  Chaos. But nowadays, that’s what most managers call a “team,” and the difficulty of ... More »