What’s keeping your workplace from being excellent?

The 6 Pillars of Workplace Health

Learn how to foster productivity and positivity in your workplace.

Internal Culture

Focus on the purpose, then the values, and only then the practices. All employees in alignment.

Structure

Clear communication, cross-pollination of ideas across lines, clear organizational hierarchy.

Systems

Maximizing efficiency using technology, equipment, etc. to help work get done.

Processes

Maximizing systems use and optimizing work practices. Creating predictable outcomes.

External Forces

Awareness of extraorganizational factors and effective strategizing to handle them.

Performance Analysis

Utilizing data-driven analysis to maintain organizational and environmental health.

Is your workplace purpose-driven?

To truly thrive as an organization, every worker must know and internalize the mission which the group is working toward. Learn how to keep your purpose and mission front-and-center in your workplace and align it with team members personal purpose.

Maintaining accountability

In every organization, management faces the challenge of maintaining accountability and communication with employees, and between members of the organization in general. Here’s why this is key to workplace success, and the best way to keep workers accountable.

Are your employees confident in your organization? Are you?

We believe that workers and managers alike cannot succeed unless they can trust their instincts. Our work focuses substantially on teaching clients to trust their guts by ensuring they’ve got systems and processes in place which work reliably.

Health

Running to Success

2020 was a challenging year for everyone. I believe everyone’s mental health took the biggest hit. People lost their livelihood, family members, businesses, routines, not

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Leadership

Decision Making

Making a decision just happens, making a good decision takes thought and experience, being decisive takes a strategy. While categories of decisions can be broken

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Problem Solving

Moving Away from Reactive

In recent workplace history, with the 24-hour customer expectations, many of us spend most of our time reacting to the crisis of the hour rather

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Four Main Communication Styles

Ingredients of a strong, effective team

The Driver

Analytical, organized, focused. This person keeps the ship on course and gets things done.

The Creative

Analytical, organized, focused. This person keeps the ship on course and gets things done.

The People Person

Amiable, understanding, flexible. This person is the glue of a team, translating opposing views and moderating thought and discussion.

The People Person

Amiable, understanding, flexible. This person is the glue of a team, translating opposing views and moderating thought and discussion.