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The Raw Millennial Truth: Being a Manager Disappoints

The Raw Millennial Truth: Being a Manager Disappoints

This DATIS Blog Article, "The Raw Millennial Truth: Being a Manager Disappoints," was originally posted by Lorena Martinez, Great Place to Work on October 30th, 2017 and was reposted with permission . In nearly all my consulting engagements over the two and a half years, at least one member of the C-suite voiced concerns about managing millennial employees. It’s clearly a hot topic…
When Management Changes Disrupt Your Culture

When Management Changes Disrupt Your Culture

This DATIS Blog Article, “When Management Changes Disrupt Your Culture“, was originally posted by Sharlyn Lauby, Great Place to Work on September 26th, 2017 and was reposted with permission. Talent development strategies were key themes during this year’s Great Place to Work Conference. Organizations are asking their managers questions like, “What are you doing to develop talent? And specifically, your replacement?”. Managers have a key responsibility…
6 Tips for Writing A Great Culture Audit

6 Tips for Writing A Great Culture Audit

This DATIS Blog Article, “6 Tips for Writing A Great Culture Audit“, was originally posted by Tabitha Russell, Great Place to Work on May 18th, 2017 and was reposted with permission. This blog also relates to the DATIS Executive Priorities Report, which highlights the biggest improvements Health and Human Services executives want to make to their organization's culture. If you’re interested in being named a Fortune…
5 Ways the Best Workplaces Boost Work-Life Balance

5 Ways the Best Workplaces Boost Work-Life Balance

This DATIS Blog Article, “5 Ways the Best Workplaces Boost Work-Life Balance“, was originally posted by Michael C. Bush, Great Place to Work on June 18th, 2017 and was reposted with permission. Helping employees align the demands of work and home life is a challenge anywhere. But in New York, it’s especially tough. Big Apple commuters average more than six hours in transit weekly, giving them…
Competitive Advantage: The Power of Embracing Neurodiversity

Competitive Advantage: The Power of Embracing Neurodiversity

This DATIS Blog Article, “Competitive Advantage: The Power of Embracing Neurodiversity“, was originally posted by SmartTribes Institute and was reposted with permission. “Neurodiversity may be every bit as crucial for the human race as biodiversity is for life in general. Who can say what form of wiring will prove best at any given moment? Cybernetics and computer culture, for example, may favor a somewhat autistic…
Why Trust is the Solution to Compassion Fatigue for Healthcare Workers

Why Trust is the Solution to Compassion Fatigue for Healthcare Workers

This DATIS Blog Article, “Why Trust is the Solution to Compassion Fatigue for Healthcare Workers“, was originally posted by Kristen McCammon, Great Place to Work on June 23rd, 2017 and was reposted with permission. For most of us, going to the hospital can be stressful.  That’s why a nurse or technician who goes above and beyond to make you feel comfortable can have such a positive…
Health & Safety In the Workplace: 4 Golden Rules

Health & Safety In the Workplace: 4 Golden Rules

This DATIS Blog Article, “Health & Safety In the Workplace: 4 Golden Rules“, was originally posted by Chantal Bechervaise, Take It Personel-ly, on June 19th, 2017 and was reposted with permission. All business owners need to work hard to ensure that their employees are safe at all times. Today, I’m going to highlight four golden rules you’ll need to consider. Failure to take health and safety seriously in the workplace could have…
Solving Problems Three Ways

Solving Problems Three Ways

This DATIS Blog Article, “Solving Problems Three Ways”, was originally posted by Wally Bock’s Three Star Leadership on May 11th, 2017 and was reposted with permission. “Houston, we have a problem.” That phrase has worked its way into the lexicon. Never mind that it’s not exactly what astronaut Jack Swigert said on April 13, 1970. Now we often use the phrase humorously to indicate an “oops!”…
16 Ways Leaders Kill Trust

16 Ways Leaders Kill Trust

This DATIS Blog Article, “16 Ways Leaders Kill Trust“, was originally posted by Skip Prichard, Skip Prichard Leadership Insights, on May 24th, 2017 and was reposted with permission. How to Kill Trust Trust—so hard to gain, yet so easy to lose! Trust is an important part of any relationship, but it is the foundation for successful leadership. Without trust, leadership is…
Why Are You Giving Feedback Anyway?

Why Are You Giving Feedback Anyway?

This DATIS Blog Article, “Why Are You Giving Feedback Anyway?“, was originally posted by Kevin Eikenberry, Leadership & Learning with Kevin Eikenberry, on May 29th, 2017 and was reposted with permission. Ken Blanchard calls feedback the breakfast of champions, and he is right. For any of us to be successful, we need feedback. For us to coach and develop our team members successfully, we must be…