How to Manage Employee Burnout

by Dr. Rick Goodman on March 27, 2017

Employee stress is serious business, and it can lead to any number of problems. Employees who are stressed tend to be less engaged in their work. Their morale is lower, which means your employee retention can suffer. Stressed employees are also less healthy, which can mean more sick days and higher insurance costs.… Read more...

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How to Maintain Positivity in Your Company Culture

by Dr. Rick Goodman on March 15, 2017

You can’t force people to be happy—least of all your employees. What you can do, however, is create a workplace culture that promotes positivity.

This is a worthwhile undertaking, and for a few different reasons. The first is that a positive workplace tends to breed positive people—and when your employees have positive energy, they tend to be more productive, more energetic, and more engaged.… Read more...

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How to Handle Hard Feedback

by Dr. Rick Goodman on March 6, 2017

One of the signs of a truly great leader is a willingness to seek out feedback—and to accept it graciously, even when it’s less than positive.

Obviously, none of us like being reminded of our flaws, and we can all struggle to receive difficult truths.… Read more...

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How to Combine Teambuilding with Philanthropy

by Dr. Rick Goodman on August 9, 2016

Most business owners have seemingly endless to-do lists, and only so many hours in the day. Combining key tasks is ideal, but often elusive. Well, I’ve got some good news: There are ways for your business to combine the important functions of teambuilding and corporate responsibility, effectively killing two birds with one stone.… Read more...

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