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Posts filed under: Coherence

You’ve all seen the statistics about the importance of employee engagement and having a great workplace culture, right? There are real costs involved for organizations that suffer from poor engagement and low culture. But what does it really mean in...
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Mind the gap. I remember it like it was yesterday. My first time taking the Long Island Railroad into New York was a fresh experience for me, having grown up in a small town in northeast Texas.  Signs on the...
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Don’t try to be somebody else. You have to be yourself at all times. – John Wooden John Wooden’s words are easy to say and appreciate. Great quote, right? Who doesn’t want to be themselves? In practice, however, being yourself...
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A recent Gallup study shows that out of 100 million full-time American employees, a mere 33 percent like their job. Over 51 percent are disengaged, or apathetic. That means a little more than half your team may be phoning it...
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Don’t put on a disguise and act like everything is fine! We all face days, or seasons, where the balance between work and life is disrupted. Busy schedules, competing responsibilities, things we dearly love (ahem, sweet children, spouses, and dear...
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