BLOGS AND Stories
A collection of our own articles and other blogs of interest in the BETTER WORKPLACE theme.
Blogs and StoriesWhat is the best way to say thank you?A recent article by Elizabeth Hopper in Greater Good Magazine reports on a new study into what the most effective way to say thank you is. 219 college students from the USA and Taiwan participated in a gratitude activity in which they wrote...
Blogs and StoriesA REMARKABLE OUTCOMEA number of years ago, I consulted to an organisation which was wrestling with a lot of challenges with its business and its people. The organisation had close on 200 staff and business units spread across Australia. Undertaking an initial diagnostic, we...
Blogs and StoriesHow Appreciative Inquiry builds psychological safetyOver the past decade, the term “psychological safety” has become more and more prevalent in conversations about how we can make high performing organisations and how we can deal with mental health challenges in the workplace....
Our videos are a mix of explainers on various elements of making BETTER WORKPLACES and stories on good practices that we have come across or been involved in.
A key ingredient in employee engagement and high performing teams is trust which can only happen if there is authenticity at all levels of an organisation. That is also part of our Better Workplace Projects.
Brene Brown is a world leading authority on vulnerability and the underpinning power of having a sense of love and belonging to having a belief of self-worth. She talks about having the courage to be imperfect while practising self compassion and having connection that empowers authenticity, an essential quality for great leaders.
Shawn Achor is a world leading researcher, author and speaker on the science of happiness. In this celebrated TED talk, he talks in a very entertaining way about how a focus on happiness can positively impact wellbeing and work performance/productivity.
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