August 2011 Posts

Dealing with the Loss of an Icon

Dealing with loss is something that everyone has to face at some point in their personal lives. As is the case with losing a loved one, businesses must also deal with loss and figure out how to move on afterwards. […]

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Schedule Tough Decisions Early in the Day

If you want to grease the skids for a promotion at your next performance review or increase the odds of your pet project gaining budget approval, schedule those meetings early in the day. Decision fatigue, identified by researchers as the […]

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Miami On My Mind

-posted by Mallory Niles My first bachelorette party weekend officially begins Friday morning when my plane departs Atlanta for Miami. To say I am overly excited is an understatement. What better way to celebrate the engagement of one of my […]

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“Quiet Strength” by Tony Dungy with Nathan Whitaker

“Quiet Strength” is the inspirational memoir by former Indianapolis Colts coach and Super Bowl winner Tony Dungy. Through this book, Dungy reveals what principles, practices and priorities anyone can follow to lead a “Winning” life and create a culture reflective […]

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Some Ideas Are for the Bottom Drawer

Most creative people have more good ideas than time to follow up on them. It takes discipline and organization and some real drive to see most ideas from a fleeting thought to something real that exists in the world. Too […]

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Who Speaks for Your Company in Social Media?

Each Monday, we ask one multiple-choice question regarding internal culture or employee engagement. On Friday, we’ll post a summary of the responses. This week’s GOOD QUESTION: Who speaks for your company in social media? Q: Who can post to your […]

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Why I Love My Car

I drive a 2006 Nissan Xterra – a car that I very much love.  A lot of car owners say that they love their car but I feel a particularly close bond with mine.  To the untrained eye, this car […]

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How Do You Make Time To Make?

This is the bane of every creative mind ever promoted into management. When you’re spending your days in meetings and supervising the work of others, how do you carve out time to do the stuff you really got into your […]

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Company Policies on Social Media Run the Gamut

At Tribe, we see a lot of companies struggling with whether or not their employees have access to social media. For some pioneers, like Zappo’s and IBM, the employees are actually charged with creating social media content on behalf of […]

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4 Ways to Help Empower Your Employees

Engaged and empowered employees are more productive and satisfied workers and have a higher likelihood of remaining with the company and eventually becoming future leaders. Here are 4 ways to increase the empowerment level of employees within your company. Encourage […]

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