In a recent Forbes article, members of the Forbes Coaches Council shared strategies for improving employee engagement. As most of you know, I’m a fan of the three to five rule, so here are three ideas of the 13 which I think would have the most impact […]
The world’s largest restaurant chain – Subway – is seeing declining revenue as consumers seek healthier, fresher food and as competitors offer better options. Additionally, franchisees have been protesting the Corporate-directed promotions, complaining about product quality, and struggling with over-saturation.
Franchisees estimate that up to one-third of Subway […]
Several year ago, Wells Fargo created millions of fake bank and credit card accounts. In an interview with CNN, Wells Fargo’s CEO Tim Sloan said, “This happened because we had a compensation plan that drove inappropriate behavior. Our culture focused on selling product vs. providing the right […]
Elon Musk’s rocket company, SpaceX, has a goal of reducing space transportation costs to enable the colonization of Mars. So, my question to you is this… if Musk can colonize Mars, why can’t you re-engage your employees?
A pervasive theory exists that re-engaging employees is difficult, if not […]
Brian Smith, founder of Ugg Australia Boots, spoke at the Inc. 5000 Conference and shared some great advice for founders who are frustrated with their startup’s slow growth. “You can’t give birth to an adult,” said Smith. “When your company is an infant, it’s not going to […]
Everyone makes mistakes at work – it’s part of life. What matters most is that you recover quickly and handle your mistakes in a positive way, so I trolled the Internet and found a great strategy by Gina Belli – an educational consultant – to do just […]
The question “What are millennials doing wrong when it comes to their careers?,” originally appeared on Quora – the knowledge sharing network where compelling questions are answered by people with unique insights. Here’s a compelling response, which will help you get inside the heads of millennials. Knowledge is Power. – Jill
Bloomberg published an article called “Office Perks are Dumb.” While the East Coast business woman in me would not have titled it this way, the premise is right on: office dogs, ping-pong tables, and kegerators make people happy, but they do not make work fulfilling. These perks […]