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  • Hudaib Riaz (@hudaibr) | 6 months ago
    Implementing Swedish Tradition "Fika". Swedish culture where people have cake , coffee and a chat. Sometimes 2 times a day. This provides an environment where employees share their ideas and innovations. This model is already in place in IKEA .they said "Some of the b ...

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  • Hudaib Riaz (@hudaibr) | 6 months ago
    A workplace without walls. Basically when we remove walls between employees it create a transparent environment. Everyone other employee will know what other employee is working on. if they have better idea to optimize the task what their colleague is working on they wil ...

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  • Michael Sweeney (@michael.sweeney) | 7 months ago
    Leadership qualities and behaviors can come from all types, regardless of title, department, experience, and personality. After all, leadership, when broken down to its purest level, is all about how one deals with other people. Much like the captain of a football team i ...

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  • Megan Frigon Cohen (@mfc1989) | 8 months ago
    I’m a VP of Hr and Recruitment at AECOM, a fortune 200 global company. We benchmark others. We watch what’s new and innovative. But what we see working are 3 things: Wellbeing - this means different things to different people but the tech companies are seeing results ...

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  • Colleen Fahling (@cmfahling) | 8 months ago
    In this ever-changing world, work moves at a rapid pace. Listening seems to be a lost art form in the race of getting things done. The more leadership listens to their employees and acts on the feedback given the more engaged the employees will be. This shows employees t ...

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  • Dr. Amber Selking (@dramberselking) | 8 months ago
    Brain science is telling us that 75-98% of all mental and physical health issues are caused due to our thought lives: which means only 2-25% of this issues are caused by genes or the environment. Furthermore, the field of positive psychology discovered that only 10% of a ...

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  • Mendoza Graduate Alumni Relations (@gradalum) | 8 months ago
    Submitted by Thomas Willis: The #1 game changer when it comes to work and happiness is actually quite simple and yet the hardest: have candid conversations. This is where the greatest value is and it's where I believe God wants to operate. When we talk at the surface le ...

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  • Stanton Roseman (@dscrebels) | 8 months ago
    Most professionals fly for work at some point in their career. Loading and unloading the plane can oftentimes can be a crowded and unpleasant experience. Most times, premier passengers are loaded first as a show of status. But they also sit in the front. This slows down ...

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  • Kristen Bryant (@radiant3) | 8 months ago
    Many companies pollute the environment, discriminate, or lobby the government for protective measures to give themselves an unfair advantage. A company that looks at what it would have to truly "do no harm" and improve the world would be very motivating and uplifting fo ...

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  • Lara Reichle (@lreichle) | 8 months ago
    The answer is increased flexibility in the workplace. Werk, the U.S. startup championing flexibility as the future of work, says employees who have flexibility are, “happier, more productive, and less likely to leave.” Having experienced flexibility (a reduced hours, a ...

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  • Take a traditional suggestion box, and break it down and reengineer it. Have employees submit ideas on how to make the workplace better. Use social tools to let other employees vote on what they like best. Whichever one wins after the campaign gets funded like a ventu ...

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  • Mary Margaret Parker (@mparker4) | 8 months ago
    Improving training programs and the employee onboarding process can generate increased levels of professional satisfaction among employees. Implementing a few minor changes to the onboarding process, such as asking new employees a few additional questions, keeping record ...

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