Teamwork – everyone wants it! Organizations, congregations, classrooms, even families are constantly asking the proverbial question, “Can’t we all just get along?”
Have you thought about your last day? How will it feel when your office is empty and your boxes are packed?
When hiring people it’s no longer enough to determine if someone can do a job. You need to determine if a person will fit with your core values and company culture.
What is the #1 thing that CEO’s and business owners want from their HR Manager? As we help companies install the Threads software, we hear the same answer almost every time:
The morning after high school graduation I headed to the Marine Corps Recruit Depot (“MCRD”) in San Diego, CA for Basic Training. I was 18 years old, confident and in complete control…..at least for the next 36 hours.
The best executive coaching lesson I ever received came at an unexpected time. One morning while I was sitting at my desk, a new supervisor knocked on my door.
I got my first opportunity to lead a company of 80 employees at the ripe old age of 32. The founders of the business told me that the promotion wasn’t only about my results as the sales manager, but also about how I embodied the company’s values in the way I treated people.
If someone asked you to improve your organizational culture today what would you do? Schedule a team building exercise?
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Researchers study organizational culture from the safety of academia. They tell us that we need to classify our cultures into one of “four different types”, learn the “dimensions of culture” or guide or organizations through a “five stage evolution.” What does it all mean Basil? Threads has the answer.