How to Retain and Engage Your B Players

Engagement / October 30, 2018

We’ve heard for decades that we should only hire A players, and should even try to cut non-A players from our teams. But not only do the criteria for being an A player vary significantly by company, it’s unrealistic to think you can work only with A players. Further, as demonstrated by Google’s Aristotle project, a study

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Culture: Your Environment for People at Work

Culture,Engagement / October 29, 2018

Your Environment That You Provide for Employees at Work People in every workplace talk about organizational culture, that mysterious word that characterizes the qualities of a work environment. One of the key questions and assessments, when employers interview a prospective employee, explores whether the candidate is a good cultural fit. Culture is difficult to define, but you

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Creating a Purpose-Driven Organization

Business,Culture / October 16, 2018

By Robert E. Quinn and Anjan V. Thakor When Gerry Anderson first became the president of DTE Energy, he did not believe in the power of higher organizational purpose. We’re not talking about having a clear mission that focuses largely on how a business will generate economic value. DTE had one that set out the goal of

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Emotional intelligence & the psychology of sales

Business,Engagement / October 9, 2018

Don’t keep battering away trying to increase sales, let In-Call Selling with Emotional Intelligence unlock your sales potential. Read whole article here…..

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New LinkedIn Research Reveals Employees Don’t Care About Cool Office Perks—Here’s What Really Matters

As the competition for talent has heated up over the last few years, companies have increasingly turned to outrageous perks—from helicopter rides at Dropcam to three pints of ice cream every day at Ben & Jerry’s—to attract talent and retain employees. Read whole article here. 

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