Management Parallel: How do you make employees and co-workers feel truly valued? Is a small bonus or a certificate really going to do the trick?
My husband, a customer service expert, is adept at finding great sources of information that make very complex subjects more understandable. He recently shared “The Power of Moments” by Chip & Dan Heath, and I was struck not only by its applicability to a current nonprofit project I am working on but how it validated “Rites of Passage for Your Children.”
When you work in the corporate world you become aware of the unethical, the unscrupulous, and those who will do or say anything to get ahead. Sometimes you are even lucky enough to become aware of them before they climb over you with stiletto heels or meticulously polished Italian leather loafers. Continue reading
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