culture

Innovation in the Workplace, Part 2: Organizational Culture

January 27, 2016   

In my last article about innovation, I briefly mentioned what people need in order to be more consistently innovative: They need curiosity, the ability and room to ask great questions, space for experimenting (using the scientific method), a safe environment in which to fail, time to reflect and imagine, room for collaborative relationships, and time […]

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Exploring the Culture of Collaboration at Upworthy

November 16, 2015   

Upworthy is a viral content sharing site that prides itself on bringing large-scale attention to the “things that matter.”

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Workplace Emotional Traps, Part IV: Managing Down and The Decision

August 13, 2015   

In this fourth and final installment in the series about emotional traps in the workplace and what you can do about them, I take a look at what authors Katherine Crowley and Kathi Elster have to say in Working with You is Killing Me about managing down as well as asking the ultimate question: Should […]

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Workplace Emotional Traps, Part III: Managing Up and Extreme Bosses

August 13, 2015   

In this third installment about workplace emotional traps based on the book Working with You is Killing Me, I’m taking a look at what authors Katherine Crowley and Kathi Elster recommend in terms of dealing with your higher-ups in the form of supervisors, managers, and bosses. The most important thing to understand about inept higher-ups […]

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Core Concepts: Building Your Brand From The Inside

October 31, 2014   

We recently talked about two companies—Clif Bar and Zappos. Both have unique talent management strategies that are gaining them a lot of attention and a lot of praise from many. At the core of their talent management framework? Strong internal branding. Companies Who Start Their Branding From Within At both Clif Bar and Zappos, the […]

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Facing a Culture Problem? Take a Look at the 7 Steps to Turn It Around

September 30, 2014   

We just covered the top 7 red flags that may indicate there’s a corporate culture problem in your organization. If you’re an employee, as pointed out, it may be easy to see these red flags and share your complaints, but what if you’re the actual leader? Since corporate culture is generally believed to start at […]

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