Every year I ask my college students the same bonus question on one of their final exams. The question reads: “Who is number one?” More than half of my students will respond, “You are, Al!” I smile, sit back and say, “Yeah, you know it!” Have you ever felt guilty when you placed your own […]
The nerve of those millennials: Here they are showing up with their smart phones and tablets expecting to connect to your corporate network from a coffee shop while they Snapchat their friends on your time and shamelessly flaunt the social media policy it took you so long to get approved. Guess what? It’s not the […]
This week, 500,000 Canadians will miss work due to mental health issues. The Hon. Michael Wilson, Chair of the Mental Health Commission of Canada (MHCC), highlighted this in a recent speech following the release of the findings of the Case Study Research Project. Beginning in 2014 and ending in 2017, the Case Study Research Project […]
Do millennials really differ from other generations? It turns out we’re all a lot more alike than you might think. Separate the truth from the myths.
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Heed these best practices to maximize the effectiveness of 360 feedback.
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Many people fear that asking for advice will make them look bad, but the latest research shows you should ask your colleagues for advice more often.