Survey: Vaccine-or-Testing Mandate Will Be Difficult to Implement
By Allen Smith, J.D. October 15, 2021 Nine out of 10 recently surveyed organizations said it will be somewhat or very challenging to implement the Biden administration’s expected vaccine-or-testing requirements. These respondents so far have not mandated that their employees get the COVID-19 vaccine, but they do meet the criteria for needing to institute the […]
Two Cool Breakthrough Technologies for 2016
2 Cool Breakthrough Technologies for 2016 Light bulbs as wireless hotspots — and 100x faster? Electromagnetic waves that make objects disappear? This stuff is intense. Game-changing. And it’s HERE. Technological innovation never sleeps. Even the youngest members of today’s workforce can remember a time when cell phones didn’t connect to the Internet or music was […]
Rubber Balls Make Great Leaders Well, maybe they don’t — but they do have one essential characteristic in common. Find out what it is, and how it can make you a remarkable manager (and a happier one, to boot!). Read Article Here
Quote of the Month
“Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, ‘What are you doing for others?’” -Martin Luther King, Jr.
Should You Grab that Cuppa?
For so many of us, a morning cup of coffee is not just a ritual — it’s a necessity. We treat coffee like water, a vital source of energy to power us through a hectic day. We’ve all heard the warnings about our beloved pick-me-up beverage: dependency, withdrawal, afternoon caffeine crashes, insomnia, indigestion, and even […]
Leadership Tip of the Month: Overcome the Midday Slump
Consistently doing your best work requires focus — which is hard to sustain for 8+ hours. Here are three tips for staying energized throughout the workday: Match your tasks to your natural performance peaks. Find out your highest periods of focus during the day and organize your to-do list around your peaks and valleys. […]