Creating a thriving company culture requires intention. It doesn’t just happen. Here are the four ingredients for creating one.
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How to Weigh the Benefits of In-Person and Remote Work
Many companies are struggling with the question of in-person vs. remote work. Here are the benefits of both, and a third way to consider.
Get the Feedback You Need to Scale
The only way you can grow is to know what’s not working so you can fix it. To solicit the feedback you need, have intentional candor meetings. Here’s how to do that in 5 steps.
Avoid this Temptation in Economic Downturns
Business leaders are asking one question right now: How can my business survive the economic upheaval generated by the COVID-19 crisis? The way to do that is to help the economy keep moving. And the way to do that is to keep providing value that customers are willing to pay for. To be frank, not […]
4 Keys to De-Stressing Your Two Career Home
Historically, there was one primary breadwinner in a family. One spouse, usually the husband, went to work. The other, usually the wife, managed the home. For my parents’ generation, that was still the norm. Demographics began to change with World War II, when many more women were needed in the workforce. Since then, there’s been […]
4 Simple Ways to Celebrate with Your Team
Celebrating with your team is one of the best ways to show your appreciation for their effort and achievement, but that takes intentionality. With a bit of creativity, you can transform the culture of your team by celebrating achievements together. Celebration and appreciation are two sides of the same coin. So, when you take time […]
Why Hopeful Realism Beats Mandatory Optimism
One unavoidable piece of advice today is be positive. We’re supposed to filter out supposed negativity in meetings, reports, and general conversation because we think positivity produces the results we want. Optimism is almost mandatory in some environments. As Dan Lovallo and Daniel Kahneman point out, critical feedback is discouraged and treated like disloyalty. “The […]
How to Hire Team Members that Never Disappoint
As leaders, we spend an enormous amount of time, energy, and money trying to recruit top talent. I know I do. That’s why it’s critical that each hire is the right one. But what’s the secret to guarantee success? We’re in the midst of a season of intense hiring here at Michael Hyatt & Co. […]
How to Nail Your Goals with This Simple Secret
Most of us start pursuing our goals with great focus and intensity, but roadblocks inevitably surface before we’re far down the road. We might be tempted to quit, or simply redouble our efforts in an effort to scale the obstacle, but the secret may be tossing our strategy out the window and trying an alternate […]