Organizational Culture

The existential crisis of a child…and what we can learn

The existential crisis of a child…and what we can learn

I’m in bed the other night, and my 11 year old climbs in next to me. He actually tucks me in each night, since my bedtime is about 30 minutes before his. (Yes, “le sigh,” I go to bed REALLY early.) My son gets into the full-on spoon position and says to me, “What is the point, mommy, nothing that I…

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I Don’t Know Sh*t about F**K, Part II

I Don’t Know Sh*t about F**K, Part II

If you read Part I of this blog series, you know that I have fallen in love with this meme based on a character from the hit Netflix show, Ozark: When I wrote Part I, I felt a little empty, having not fully written all of my thoughts about the phrase, “I Don’t Know Sh*t about F**K.” In Part II,…

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I Don’t Know Sh*t about F**k, Part I

I Don’t Know Sh*t about F**k, Part I

This hilarious meme based on a leading character in the Netflix hit show, Ozark, found its way into my social media feed this week. Most of us not only relate to the phrase in the meme but probably wish a number of  “experts” on Covid-19 would relate to the sentiment as well. As I kept thinking about the phrase, “I…

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Recognition and Appreciation.  More is Better.

Recognition and Appreciation. More is Better.

Recognition and Appreciation: What’s the difference and Why It Matters  It is the season of gifts and celebrations, company parties and rewards. So now is the perfect time to talk about recognition/acknowledgment and appreciation. In my Leadership Development Course, we talk about this VERY important difference and that employees need you to offer both. Employees want to feel seen, heard,…

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