Tag Archives: employee success

Connect, Grow, and Transform: Get Your Team Out of the Box

  Working from home can be a grind. For many teams who are accustomed to working alongside one another, this unprecedented time of working from home due to COVID-19 has…

Are you getting better every day?

In my book, Unstuck at Last: Using Your Strengths to Get What You Want, I discuss the concept of amelioration. The idea behind amelioration is continuous, ongoing, and repetitive-to-the-point-of-monotony improvement. Huge and…

Job Satisfaction – Some Great Tips

Recently I read an article entitled “10 Psychological Keys to Job Satisfaction” and was impressed with the relevance and the succinctness of the piece.  The two points I found most…

How Gritty Are You?

Grit may have little significance to you. In fact, the term grit may merely seem relevant to you at your semiannual dental check-up when that sandy paste is spread all…

Tips for Using Powerful and Positive Language

The words we choose when taking to family, friends, co-workers or our boss impact the people around us and shape our future.  The power of words cannot be underestimated.  Over…

Weekend and Workday Wisdom from Steve Jobs

Steve Job's 2005 commencement address to Standford's graduating class is as relevant today as it was then. If you watched it a few years ago, it's worth a second viewing….

How Employees Succeed – Grit

  Paul Tough’s book How Children Succeed: Grit, Curiosity, and the Hidden Power of Character is not just great reading for those who are interested in finding answers to the…