Our Top 5 Most Popular Posts of 2015January 12, 2016 . .
Welcome to 2016! With focus, hard work and perseverance, this is going to be another amazing year for all of us.
Over the last 6 months our team has put together dozens of fabulous articles, sharing their expertise, experience and battle scars. We already have a very busy 2016 editorial calendar planned out. Be sure to sign up for our mailing list so you don’t miss out!
Here are our top 5 most popular articles of 2015.
The Cost of Employee Turnover by Joel Shapiro
… And the Value of Employee Retention & Loyalty
According to most studies, the cost of employee turnover typically costs 100% of annual salary—and much higher for top performers, strategic positions, and when a position remains vacant for an extended period.
How to Eliminate Dysfunction and Achieve a Higher Collective Performance by Erica Groschler
I was working recently with a team of leaders who were experiencing a great deal of tension due to a host of polarities impacting their ability to work collaboratively. The polarities were exhibited through overt and covert (passive-aggressive) behaviours. And the team was constantly distracted by a continuous pattern of “story-making,” i.e., enrolling each other […]
What I do: ERP Success by Mike Knapp
As a project manager and technology consultant, I’ve spent most of my life helping companies select and implement new technologies. I find it incredibly satisfying to help build systems that help companies solve problems, become more efficient or get ready to scale. Over the last several years I’ve spent most of my time working in the […]
Creating your Corporate Culture Report Card by Robert Murray
I once had the pleasure of working for the worst CEO on the planet. It was a ‘pleasure’ because I learned an incredible amount about leadership and culture what-not-to-dos. The one good thing this Executive imparted on me was that “B’s” hire “C’s” and “A’s” hire “A’s.” It wasn’t until I watched (at the urge of […]
Mindfulness has been described as one of the keys to great, dynamic leadership. Leadership voices including Harvard Business Review, Michael Hyatt, Hugh Culver and others write about its importance. However, whether you’re a leader or not, developing mindfulness is one of the most important things you can do. It leads to important tools to develop better […]