The Calm in the Center of the Storm

As we face today’s challenges and uncertainties, we are all experiencing emotions and thoughts that we have seldom, if ever, confronted before. Life indeed throws challenges our way.  And those challenges have varying degrees of uncertainty.  The end result is a sort...

What is Remote Work, and Why is it So Popular?

Whether you call it telecommuting, distributed work, WFH, distance work, or “geographically neutral employment”, remote work is one of the fastest growing trends in the modern workplace. It’s not just for digital nomads or tech workers either! Roughly half of workers...

The Interdependent Nature of Culture and Process

It may not be intuitive to link something that is perceived to be as nebulous and qualitative as company culture to a quantitative, very nuts-and-bolts concept like internal business process. Surprisingly, these two concepts are much more interdependent than what...

Is Your Business Working on Purpose?

By Shawn Parr, Guvner and CEO of Bulldog Drummond When I misbehaved as a young lad, my mother was the one who almost always reprimanded me. After lecturing me on the rights and wrongs, she’d ask, “Did you do that on purpose, son?” and then hand out the punishment. My...

New Rules For A Better Employee Experience

Poor employee engagement rates and unhappiness at work seem to be problems without solutions. And it’s much worse than we think. If people aren’t engaged in their work—or happy in their workplaces—then they’re probably not having a great employee experience. Cue sad...

Lars Kure Juul on how to hit the happiness sweet spot

What if your people were your competitive advantage? In this episode of People at Work, Lars Kure Juul helps us imagine what this might look like. It starts by viewing people in an organization differently and creating meaning and connection in the workplace. When you...