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Dog Days of Work?

I’ve been lobbying for dogs in the workplace for years. How seriously can you take your ruined project when a dog down the cubicle aisle is chasing his own tail? Dogs remind us that we, too, often are chasing our tails, and not to take ourselves too seriously either.

The Dark Side of “Collaboration”

Collaboration can be a great thing, like a jazz band that makes music together that’s greater than what each could make on their own, but it also can hinder, creating a dependent, fearful mentality that’s afraid to follow personal inspiration, jump in, and get it done.

What Your Office Chairs Say About Your Company

The fact that office chair design seems to be going in a more homey direction suggests that companies realize the workday is built more around collaboration today than time sitting upright (and solo) at a desk.

New Leadership Skills for the New Year

When you nurture budding leaders at your company, what qualities and skills do you hope they will acquire or make stronger? What has changed in the last decade?

Is the Job Candidate “Experience” a Thing?

Fierce Conversations predicts that in the New Year there will be a renewed focus across organizations to improve the experience of the recruiting and hiring process for both the hiring organization and candidates.

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