Mar 25 2015

A Bridge of Trust

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Here are a few staggering statistics from a recent report on trust in the workplace: • Less than half of people in the workplace trust their leaders. • 82% of those people say they need to trust their leadership to be effective at their job. • But only 34% feel safe communicating their ideas with …

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Mar 19 2015

Sharing Our Message: The Future of Work Podcast

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“Who in your life likes to be managed?” I often pose this question when the words manager or management come up in conversation. No one wants to be managed; not your spouse, your children or your friends. Yet in the workplace we have managers who manage, bosses who boss – all part of the broken …

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Mar 10 2015

A Picture of Fulfillment

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Too often in business, people are seen as functions: an assembler assembles, a salesperson sells, a bookkeeper keeps the books. But just because they were hired for a specific role doesn’t mean that that role is the sum of who they are or who they were meant to be. It also doesn’t mean the work …

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Mar 05 2015

Forget the Bat, Choose the Knee

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U.S. workers spend on average 2.8 hours per week dealing with conflict, according to a recent Entrepreneur magazine article. That equates to approximately $359 billion in paid hours annually. In addition, for 25 percent of workers, avoiding conflict leads to sickness or absence from work. Nearly 10 percent report that workplace conflict leads to project …

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Feb 25 2015

Portrait of a Better World: Stefania Sforzi

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Barry-Wehmiller’s “Portraits of a Better World” video series features team members from across the organization sharing how Truly Human Leadership is alive in their corner of our global organization. Whether describing their leadership at work, their contributions within their communities or the indirect impact of our culture on their families, these short vignettes give voice …

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