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A Top Strategy For CEOs To Create Intentionally Positive Organizations

Posted By Editor, Laurie, Wednesday, February 14, 2018
Updated: Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Contributed by Courtney Bigony is Director of People Science at 15Five

Most of us go to bed thinking about the work that didn’t get done and the tasks that are still on the list instead of recognizing what went well and how we moved the needle forward, even if only a little. That makes sense, since humans are wired to focus on the negative. This is evolution’s way of keeping us alive.

For CEOs and leaders running organizations, it’s important to acknowledge this natural negative lean and how it affects work culture. This is especially true when people in work organizations are constantly bombarded with problems to solve, roadblocks to remove and a never-ending set of tasks.

Leaders: intentionally create a positive organization or have a negative one by default.

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Tags:  company culture  culture  effective leadership  hr leadership  hr management  HR West 2018  positive organizations 

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Need more ideas on how to solve your organization’s culture problems?

Posted By Editor, Laurie, Tuesday, February 6, 2018

Contributed by Russ Elliot,SPHR Founder, Chief Consultant, Conscious Culture Group - HR West 2018 Speaker

Do you need to get your leadership team begin (or continue) the discussion on company culture and the connection to attracting and retaining employees? Where are the gaps that lie between your C-Suite and HR’s understanding of how, where and why culture is understood by the employees? 

Take this 1-minute survey and get immediate feed back and ideas for your organization!

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March 5-7, 2018

Tags:  company culture  Conscious Culture Group  culture  Culture Development  effective leadership  Employee retention  HR Strategy  HR West 2018  retention  Russ Elliot 

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The Ever-Evolving Employee Experience

Posted By Editor, Laurie, Monday, December 11, 2017
Updated: Tuesday, December 19, 2017
By David Kovacovich, HR West 2018 Speaker

The Ever-Evolving Employee Experience By David KovacovichI’ve been in the Human Capital Management industry for 10 years. We started with logoed lamps for milestone achievements. The concept of Employee Recognition made the process of rewarding behavior change more immediate and systematic. Employee Engagement introduced employee learning, performance management, live events and leadership development into a broadened view of employee development.

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Tags:  culture  Employee Engagement  employee experience  Employee Recognition  Transparent Leadership 

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Could the Law of Polarity Make Us More Compassionate?

Posted By Editor, Laurie, Monday, November 6, 2017
Updated: Friday, November 3, 2017

By Ann Tardy – HR West 2018 Keynote

The Law of Polarity states that everything has a polar opposite. In physics, polarity is a basic feature of the universe. Positive and negative forces are foundational to the structure of every atom.

If everything has a polar opposite, then perhaps…

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Tags:  Ann Tardy  Culture  effective leadership  HR West 2018  Keynote  Law of Polarity  Moxie. 

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Deliberately Developmental Organizations (DDOs) – Helping Employees Become Better Versions of Themselves

Posted By Editor, Laurie, Wednesday, May 24, 2017
Updated: Thursday, June 1, 2017

HR West Blog: Contributed by Mike NormantContributed by Mike Normant - HR West Blog

I wanted to share a few thoughts on a book I’ve recently read called “An Everyone Culture – Becoming a Deliberately Developmental Organization” by Robert Kegan and Lisa Lahey. This book is exciting for organizations that want to create a culture where people can become better versions of themselves while doing great work and driving highly successful business results. Deliberately Developmental Organizations (DDOs) place a strong emphasis on raising self-awareness across all employees.

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Tags:  COACHING  CULTURE  DDO  WORKPLACE 

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