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What Managers Need to Know Before Publicly Recognizing an Exemplar Employee

What Managers Need to Know Before Publicly Recognizing an Exemplar Employee

An exceptional employee often does his or her job to near perfection for the sake of the work itself. She legitimately enjoys doing so. He does not come to work each day holding his breath, hoping to hear "thank you" or "great work this week." In fact, this quality is what makes an outstanding employee just that -- he or she stands out because of internal motivation to perform well, instead of being driven by praise or accolades. This is also the very reason why a great company and tuned-in leadership team should recognize outstanding employees on a regular basis, and furthermore, should make such recognition a celebration of the person as well as the performance. 



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Nap Desks: Yea or Nea?

Nap Desks: Yea or Nea?

The Nap Desk has arrived, a lovely desk that folds, like a piece of origami, into a separate sleeping space underneath while retaining a functional desktop. The back wall of the desk slides into place as a mattress, thin but functional, and the side-ends can be lowered for a breeze. In theory, the desk can hold two workers, one sleeping below while the other works up top. Practically, though, the nap desk will be a single worker's space for resting and working. 



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How to Draw on Your Inner Reserves of Strength and Kindness to Lead People

How to Draw on Your Inner Reserves of Strength and Kindness to Lead People

When it comes to entrepreneurship, you come across many different types of people. There are people who are strong; they have a lot of force of will and determination. And then, there are people who are kind; they always have the time to talk to others and help them solve their problems. 



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How to “Let Go” and Trust Your Employees to Do the Job Right

How to “Let Go” and Trust Your Employees to Do the Job Right

One way to get a lot of pressure off you as an entrepreneur is to delegate work. But in order to delegate, you have to trust your employees. This doesn't just mean trusting them with money or trusting them to be honest. It also means trusting them to do the job right. 



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Transforming Your Company Culture to Enhance Employee Wellness

Transforming Your Company Culture to Enhance Employee Wellness

It might seem like a cliché to say that you have to change with the times but it is nonetheless true. Many organizations are set up in a certain way and continue to function in that way 10 or even 20 years later. But the fact is that the things that people valued 10 or 20 years ago are different from the things that people value now. 



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Practicing Mindfulness to Avoid Job Burnout

Practicing Mindfulness to Avoid Job Burnout

There are certain jobs that lend themselves very easily to job burnout. For example, if you're a social worker or a customer service representative working night shifts, chances are you're experiencing fatigue, depression and a general sense of unease most of the time. 



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