Simple Tactics for Helping Employees Find Meaning in Their Work


What’s the probability that your employees would gleefully embrace the invitation to work for free? While money is certainly a motivating factor, providing the necessary means for putting food on the table month over month, it’s not a pivotal component in driving productivity - especially once our basic needs are satisfied. It’s the aspects of the job that stimulate our intrinsic ambitions, like professional development, greater autonomy, and the ability to express our thoughts and ideas, that have a profound impact on our level of motivation.

In Tips for Employers, Workplace Leadership, Office Culture, Employee Retention, In-House Tips & Tricks

Walkers, Business, and Strength in Numbers According to The Walking Dead

"Great things in business are never done by one person;
they're done by a team of people."
– Steve Jobs

They may have lived in a post-apocalyptic reality, but in AMC’s hit series, The Walking Dead, the characters learn that evading the gruesome Walkers requires a cohesive strategy. Through coordination and collaboration, Rick and his survivors taught us the importance of forming valuable business relationships. When the putrid, corpse-like Walkers are salivating for a taste of you or your loved one for dinner, you'll need a reliable companion by your side. No company is successful without forging critical internal and external partnerships. These relationships will help propel the business towards their overaching goals. 

In Career Advice, Workplace Leadership, Office Culture