Category Employee Engagement

  l I hate starting new jobs.  Hate it.  Though by the looks of my resume you’d think it was a hobby of mine. During my career, there are two things I fear most: being hired and being fired.  In some cases,  you can’t have one without the other but both are mentally and emotionally draining. Being hired can be so exciting.  After you’ve been unhappy in a job, it feels like a God-send to ...
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  In the days of digital music, downloadable tunes and streaming options, today’s savvy listener no longer has to fiddle with the dials on stereos to find the right station or sound quality. Today’s astute listener has an ear for well-mixed tracks and sophisticated audio beds. Taking the Oscar this year for best sound mixing was the film Bohemian Rhapsody. Regardless of your taste in music, the appreciation of the effort, talent, and genius of ...
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  It has always been illusive to me – “love what you do and do what you love”. I love having a job. I love being around fun, smart people. I love helping my organizations and team members grow; seeing the positive results from days and months of hard work and effort come to pass. But, I’ve yet to experience all of these in one place.  I would see glimpses of promise, but rarely did ...
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  Spin classes are tough. The varying speeds and resistance coupled with a heart rate of 160 BPM and screaming muscles all tell you to stop – and, you’re not even going anywhere. It’s all stationary. Seriously. We are working this hard and literally going nowhere. What is also equally interesting is there is a brand of stationary bikes called “Life Cycle” used at YMCA’s spin classes I’ve attended. Which, as the name implies, you ...
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