September 2011 Posts

Most CEOs Make Themselves Available

The good news in this week’s poll was that most respondents have easy access to their CEO. If they have something to say, 66 percent said they could make an appointment or just bump into the CEO in the hallway. […]

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What’s Your Take: What Emails Do You Automatically Delete?

 We all get too many emails. We also can’t resist checking our email, over and over, all day long. Some people feel stressed just looking at a full inbox, and become obsessive about answering or deleting every message as quickly […]

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“Hi Sam Sam”

For most of my childhood, every year and summer while I was away at camp, I received a post card from Uncle Fred. These cards were sent from all over the world. I don’t have an Uncle Fred. I don’t […]

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5 Low-Cost Recognition Tips for the Workplace

Everyone likes to feel appreciated and the workplace is no exception. When employees are recognized for their efforts and see their performance is valued, they will continue to do well. It will also build their confidence in their own work. […]

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Shifting Employee Passion to Passion for the Company

Regardless of the industry, the success of any company is defined by its employees. You may have all the resources and processes in place to be successful but at the end of the day, it’s the people executing them that […]

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Build Productivity By Improving Your Power Of Concentration

Being able to focus your concentration is a powerful advantage in productivity. When you can turn a laser-beam focus on what you’re doing, particularly if what you’re doing is writing, you can amaze even yourself with your brilliance. Unfortunately, many of […]

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Welcome to the New World! Too Bad About All Your Stuff

Sometimes it’s easy to think we’ve got it harder than the generations before us. We have this illusion that life was simpler and somehow easier back in the olden days. A shipwreck off the coast of Maine in 1635 reminds […]

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Built on Values by Ann Rhoades

At Tribe, we know that a successful, engaged culture is key to attracting and retaining star talent, which leads to attracting and retaining loyal customers.  We realize that in order to have a strong culture, everyone from the front line […]

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Instead of Multi-Tasking, Try Doing Just One Thing At A Time

To hell with multi-tasking. Doing multiple things at once means your energy is scattered and your mind is pulled in different directions and in a state of tension, rather than flow. Here’s a crazy idea: Do just one thing at […]

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How Accessible is Your CEO?

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: If you wanted to talk to your CEO, you would: A: Go through someone higher than […]

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