Team Member Burnout: How to Protect your Staff

  96% of Senior Managers in Canada believe their team members are experiencing some degree of burnout. (Accountemps 2019 Survey) The World Health Organization defines burnout as a syndrome resulting from chronic workplace stress that has not been successfully managed. How many of your team members are stressed to the point of burnout? The culture of your organization plays a role in this. Take a look, what is causing the stress? Ask your team members what motivates them and what frustrates them in their day-to-day work. Then create an...

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Your Decade in Review

Where were you when we entered 2010? What was happening in your life? Your Career? Your Family? When I reflect back to 2010, I was stepping into team dynamics solutions for organizations that highly value their employees. It was a time of transition for me. In the past decade, I have prided myself on shifting workplace cultures to those that team members are excited to work at! I am proud of my accomplishments and the impact that I have had in the last 10 years on leaders and their teams! From a personal perspective, my recent hike to Machu...

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Judgmental Leadership Stunts Growth and Development

Lately, I’ve been finding the amount of judgment in the online world overwhelming. Comments about certain political leaders which are as critical and condemning as the leader’s original behaviour was. Judgment creates blocked energy which invites more criticism, less compassion and diminishes opportunities for change. Judgment and the negativity that goes along with it becomes a dark shadow that prevents growth. In the research of Rosenthal and Jacobson, teachers were falsely told that some of their students had been identified as...

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