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Much like life, workplace culture is made up of many moving parts, experiences and individuals. Success and problems are bigger than just one person, toxic or not. “Unsatisfying work is

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The Culture Hour podcast provides a variety of angels around workplace culture. On this episode, Brenda Neckvatal #HRLady and host Shelley Smith, owner of Premier Rapport discuss the change in

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On the 35th Episode of The Culture Hour the host Shelley Smith and guest Bob McKenna discuss his role and impact in the community as the President and CEO of

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As featured on Money Inc. The House Judy and Stan Built Once upon a time, Judy and Stan began building a house. They bought some land, then hired carpenters, plumbers,

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Have you ever thought about your workplace culture? What are your values and how do you all conduct yourself as a whole? What ethos do you present to the outside

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Francis Bacon said, “The great end of life is not knowledge, but action.” The same can be said of conducting a culture inquiry of your business. Without application, it is

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If work-life balance is something most adults struggle with, maybe it’s time to give our kids the tools to build their own ideas about organization. The work-life balance is individual

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This is the 30th episode of The Culture Hour with host Shelley Smith, owner of Premier Rapport where everything workplace culture matters. Her guest this episode is Andy Riise, active

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When we spend so much time at work it’s easy to see how personal and professional lives can overlap in the form of an office romance. Here’s how to navigate

Shelley SmithBlog, Executive Coaching, Workplace Culture

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Is your business experiencing any of these situations: turnover in an area, department role, or division, lack of engagement, inclusion, retention, hard to fill positions, quick growth, lack of growth,