Research shows that Emotional Intelligence (EI) may be significantly more important than cognitive ability and technical expertise combined when it comes to workplace performance. In fact, some studies indicate that EI is more than twice as important as standard IQ abilities. Join HR Business Partner Gregory Gjurich for an in-depth discussion on Emotional Intelligence and why it is so crucial in the business environment.
Improve Your Business with a People Plan You probably have a business plan for 2019. Are your most important assets, your employees, tied in? Actively engaged employees account for only 34% of the workforce (Gallup). Engaged employees love their jobs. They care about their company, contribute, believe in the mission, feel their job uses their strengths … Continued
Managerial courage is tactfully dispensing direct and actionable feedback. It is being open and direct with others without being intimidating. When you have managerial courage, you deal with people, problems, and situations head-on.
Summer Dress Code As summer approaches the temperature is not the only thing rising. Employee dress can also cause many eyebrows to rise during the summer months. Management must remind employees of what the dress code is before they begin to wear questionable clothing into work. Often, when one person gets away with wearing something outside … Continued
Moving through Change: Part II of III Sometimes we’re lucky enough to have some control over change but more often than not we have to accept it and make the best of it. People often find themselves using a lot of their energy against change – they should ask themselves why? Would they be better … Continued
Moving through Change: Part I In today’s world change is constant! Whether in the workplace or in our personal lives change is always taking place. Some people enjoy change and embrace it while many others resist change or try to halt the progress of it. Change comes in many different forms: a new baby, changing … Continued