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Have you ever had a dream job turn out to be a nightmare? You were told how amazing the culture, benefits, and teams were; but, did they tell you about what the company needs to improve? How about hearing firsthand from employees about their experiences? Probably not. Coming into a organization and losing trust in them when not experiencing what you’re promised leads to a very unhappy workforce. So, how do we fix this in the workplace? One word, TRANSPERANCY. Norhart has been working hard to be
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I had a great conversation with Shawn Richards talking about how we work to build strong teams. Without a doubt, working with fantastic people and building a strong culture is key to success. We aren't perfect at it, but we work very hard at creating strong teams.
When everything is going right, good leadership seems easy to do. Under good leadership people are happy, tasks are getting done, and everything is seamless. It’s an illusion if I say that it’ll be like that forever. Because at some point in time, we’ll face tough times. For example, right now. Right now, there’s a lot going on. People all over the world are experiencing things that they didn’t see coming. What’s important during times like these (maybe now more than ever), is to push
A little appreciation goes a long way. Imagine the feeling of staying late at work to help someone else. You got all your work done for the day and your ready to go home, when a colleague or manager of yours asks if you can help them with something. You say yes, but you know that by saying yes, you’re saying no to something else. Maybe you miss out on dinner with your family, your kids’ game, time out with friends, or even you time. Like most, you’re probably expecting a thank you, excep
Do the best you can, to achieve the most you can, with what you have. What’s great about work is it develops us. By its very nature, we are challenged. We learn more and more about ourselves, things like determination, responsiveness, accountability, problem-solving, and self-control to name a few. What we learn when we work can serve us in other areas of life too. For instance, problem-solving is a skill that can be utilized in relationships, hobbies, health, etc. Another aspect to think