How Leaders Shape Company Culture

The term “culture” has become something of a buzzword in the world of business. Many corporations and large companies like to talk about how they have “strong” or “innovative” and “modern” cultures, but what does this mean, exactly? An organization’s culture, personally, is defined by how the people within this organization behave and interact with one another. This includes management, mid-level management, team leaders and the people at the very bottom of the organizational … [Read more...]

Pick 3 , Seth Godin

Pick three If I could suggest just one thing you could do that would transform how 2014 goes for you, it would be this: Select 'three' colleagues, bosses, investors, employees, co-conspirators or family members that have an influence over how you do your work. [Choose people who care about you and what you produce.] Identify three books that challenge your status quo, business books that outline a new attitude/approach or strategy, or perhaps fiction or non-fiction that challenges … [Read more...]

Holidays and Flu Season

No boss wants to appear like Scrooge around the holidays, but when employees are sick, vacations are taken and holiday time off is given, it’s tough to keep a medium or small business humming along when staff is short. If that’s you and you are concerned about staff coverage throughout the next few months, there are some things you can do to lessen the impact of holidays, vacations and flu season on your business work flow. Sick Employees When employees get sick, and you know they will, … [Read more...]

Independence Day in Philippines, Celebrate June 12, 2011

Independence Day Philippines June 12, 2011 One of the most significant dates in the Philippine’s history is Independence Day because it marks the nation’s independence from the Spanish rule on June 12, 1898. FilipinosCelebrate it annually on June 12. What do People do? Independence Day is a day when many people, including government officials, employees, and students, participate in nationwide parades. However, the main highlight is the police and military parade in … [Read more...]

Holly Allender – Job Loyalty: It’s a Two-Way Street

Job Loyalty: It’s a Two-Way Street   Show Your Dedication   When I first entered the workforce at age sixteen, I was paid hourly. I did my work, and at the end of my shift, I left. I never gave a second thought to staying late. I figured if I did my job and did it well, I was showing my loyalty, abilities and eagerness to remain a part of the company. These were primarily summer jobs, and I wasn’t looking to move up in the company. Over the years, I learned to balance my workload and the … [Read more...]

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