Flip the script by building relationships “below, across and above in the organization.”
Who would have thought that people would long for the once-maligned cubicle? But research and anecdotes show that people crave comfort zones or personal-space boundaries.
For 2017, companies are continuing to shrink employee headcount by using more contract, freelance or temporary workers.
“One of the things people should know about food science is that we generally start out as people who like to cook and like to give people food that is wholesome and nutritious,” says Deirdre Ortiz, head of Kellogg’s global wheat program.
“Everybody thinks they have all the information,” says Portland-based concierge Joseph Sundberg. “But learning it from a local — a guy who lives it and continues to live it — is a far better way.”
In 2007, Lynn Jurich joined fellow Stanford graduate student Ed Fenster to co-found Sunrun, a residential solar system provider.
Yes, it takes courage to confront, but when done with civility and mutual respect, it usually ends up better than exploding or doing nothing.
Do you have what it takes to stay relevant?
Nothing like getting a jar of gravy or two left gloves at the office gift exchange.
The holiday season is a good time for managers to express their appreciation for the hard work their employees have done over the past year.