Shelley SmithBlog, Leadership Development, Workplace Culture

Regardless of the size of a company, what really matters is obvious: the Bottom Line. Having said that, people are what support a company, drive its progress, and achieve its

Shelley SmithBlog, Workplace Culture

Culture Matters. If you’ve learned nothing else from me, please remember those two words. From the top down and the ground up, culture touches every single aspect of a company.

Shelley SmithBlog, Workplace Culture

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I know what you’re thinking, but this is an article about productivity in the workplace. The title is inspired by a parable from the Bible, Matthew 13: 24-30: “While everyone

Shelley SmithBlog, Leadership Development, Workplace Culture

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Did you miss the Disrupt HR conference in Virginia Beach? Please find below the presentation on the Anatomy of Workplace Culture. This presentation gives you a few snippets on how

Shelley SmithBlog, Leadership Development, Workplace Culture

talent-economy

It’s no secret that our environment directly affects our mood, so it stands to reason that our economy directly affects our perspective. As the economy shifts, so do our moods

Shelley SmithBlog, Workplace Culture, Workplace Wellness

7 Deadly Sins of Accountability

Highway to Hell or Stairway to Heaven? You Choose. Accountability, delegation, and culture share a common origin: they all come straight from the top. In any organization it is the

Shelley SmithBlog, Predictive Index

HR-clarity

A Little Less Las Vegas The hard working employees of Human Resources are responsible for managing the most important and unpredictable asset of any business: the people. Nowhere is this

Shelley SmithBlog, Workplace Culture

Make Your

Vision vs. Reality We’ve all heard the buzzwords surrounding today’s business and corporate company culture: empowerment, engagement, diversity/inclusion, retention (opposite of turnover), and succession planning (talent replacement, potential development, exit