Shelley SmithBlog, Workplace Culture

Here’s how to reach your goals by doing something every day, week, month and quarter to implement the change you want by the end of the year. 3 to the 5th

Shelley SmithBlog, Executive Coaching

Executive Coaching

ATTN: The first 30 to sign up for Executive Coaching will receive a FREE Culture Curators membership! Sign Me Up Practice makes perfect | Always keep learning | Shoot for

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How to talk to employees

Are there whispered chats at your water cooler? Groups gathered in the hallways, only to disperse upon being approached? Have you been a part of, or the victim of, one

Shelley SmithBlog, Leadership Development, Workplace Culture

Succession Planning: the Last Will & Testament of a business. Due to the complexities involved in managing such details, succession plans vary greatly from company to company, and are best

Shelley SmithBlog, Leadership Development, Workplace Culture

Symbiosis: A relationship in which each is dependent upon the other. Leadership cannot exist without delegation, and vice versa. A leader who refuses to delegate is not leading—he or she

Shelley SmithBlog, Workplace Culture

Network, connect, meetup, hangout, show up. The urge to remain in touch is innate as humans, but the pressure has grown exponentially over the past decade. As technology connects us

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

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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, 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