Archive for Posts Tagged ‘leadership’

Making the Workplace a Safe Place to Speak Up | Houston Benefits Group
Aug

18

2020

Making the Workplace a Safe Place to Speak Up | Houston Benefits Group

  Right now, organizations across the country are asking themselves what they can do to make their workplaces more inclusive, diverse, and equitable, particularly for Black employees. They’re hosting conversations, acknowledging areas where they’ve fallen short, and identifying opportunities for improvement. For these efforts to be successful, employees need to be able to speak freely, offering critical and candid feedback about individual behaviors, workplace practices,…

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How Leaders Can Set an Example for Remote Employees | Houston Benefits Agents
Jul

12

2020

How Leaders Can Set an Example for Remote Employees | Houston Benefits Agents

For many of us, the experience of working entirely from home is a new one. It has required us to rethink the way we work and function as a team. Many of the routines, patterns, practices, and processes we have created over time are no longer effective, and we’ve had to institute new means of collaborating, getting our work done, and elevating the people around…

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Jun

28

2018

Leadership, Now With More Humility | Houston Benefit Consultants

More and more, we are learning that scientists, marketers, programmers, and other kinds of knowledge workers lead office lives very similar to famous innovators like Watson, Crick, and Franklin, who discovered the structure of DNA. How so? All of these people live work lives structured around progress in meaningful work. And when this progress occurs, it boosts emotions, perceptions, and productivity. This could be an important…

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Jul

14

2017

How to Be a Magnetic Organization | Houston Benefit Advisors

When we hear something’s magnetic, it’s likely the first thought that comes to mind is attraction. By definition, a magnetic force is the attraction or repulsion that arises between electrically charged particles because of their motion. What perfect framing for an organization – the desire to attract (or repel) people to help advance your organization. With this framing comes the assumption that there’s motion, which…

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May

29

2012

Cultivating Leadership

Many managers to motivate worker commitment and creativity, encourage integrity, provide development or fairly manage people