Tag Archive: Culture

If You Don’t Know How to Make Work Fun

I’ll never forget the day my wife said our family was more peaceful without me. The kids were still home and I was always upset about something. Tragically, life was better without me.… Continue reading

How to Challenge Confident Creatives

This post is over 300 words! Dear Dan, I manage a large team of creatives who range from 20 to 70 years of age. I fall in the earlier category. Part of my… Continue reading

How to Rise Above Fault Finding and Energize Your Team

You don’t think of yourself as a fault-finder, but what if you track your thoughts and language for an hour? What’s your attitude about others right now? Yourself? Fault-finders build insecure teams. You’re… Continue reading

Choose Your Focus Because Your Eyes Control Your Tongue

Teams and organizations move in the direction of the words they use. The most important thing I can say about your tongue is it’s a rudder. 7 powers of words: Words determine direction. … Continue reading

Move in the Right Direction with a Culture Champion

Organizational culture spirals inward and downward when left to itself. Decline is the consequence of neglect and folly. It’s never a fluke when people come to work with commitment and energy. Building a… Continue reading

The Secret to a Healthy Workplace Culture

Book giveaway!! 20 complimentary copies available. Leave a comment on this guest post by William Vanderbloemen to become eligible to win one of TWENTY complimentary copies of Culture Wins: The Roadmap to an… Continue reading