When providing training and information to new and existing employees, ideally, we’ll focus on providing them the requisite tools for optimal performance in their jobs. But how much emphasis is there set on how the employee appearing polished, proficient, and professional? In her article focussing specifically on organizations and dress codes, Sylvia Ann Hewlett describes… Continue reading Dressing the Part: A Strategic Skill for Individuals and Organizations
Managing all the content that comes at us can get overwhelming. We can set up systems to tag, categorize, filter, sort, organize and essentially manage content at various levels. And once we’ve sifted through all the content that is sent to us, and we’ve decided what it is that we want to share, how do… Continue reading Which Content Curation Tool is Right for You?
Dan Pontefract has a wonderfully clear and thought out model on The Collaboration Cycle. In fact, to summarize it wouldn’t really do it justice. But I will highlight that he bases it on 3 components as illustrated in his diagram below: Adopting the CARE Principle. (Continuous, Authentic, Receptive and Enrich) Appreciating and adapting to Strong… Continue reading The Components of True Collaboration