June 2012 Posts

Bed Bugs

Recently, I was hanging out at the pool with a friend and she was telling me about an incident where one of her children had head lice. I shuddered at the thought and thanked God none of my six children […]

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How to Talk to Employees About Supreme Court’s Health Care Decision

Is your internal communications team prepared to respond to the Supreme Court’s health care decision? Whatever the court decides today about the Affordable Care Act, you can bet employees will be talking about it. Here are some issues to keep […]

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Add Shiny Hooks to Your Employee Value Proposition

Does your company have shiny hooks built into their Employee Value Proposition to attract potential job candidates? Check out Tribe’s latest one sheet on building in these shiny hooks to attract and retain star talent. http://www.tribeinc.com/pdfs/TRB_EmployeeValueProposition.pdf

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Monday Zen: Make a Feng Shui Bagua Box

A bagua box is a way to combine both feng shui and visualization to help create the career and/or life of your dreams. For many years, I’ve seen the power of  both affirmations and visualization in my own life and […]

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The Six People of Trivia

This week Tribe tried our hand at trivia. There’s been a buzz around the office ever since, causing people to arm themselves with random facts at all times. Pretty soon I started to realize that there are different roles for […]

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Opportunities to Spotlight Employees

A little recognition can go a long way. Every day your employees have successes both big and small. In today’s competitive work environment, it only makes sense the people responsible for this hard work get their due attention. Start simple. […]

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Limiting Your Values

Values are an integral part of any company but how much is too much? While it’s important to explain your values and how they help shape the company, there is a fine line between being thorough and overdoing it. By […]

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Monday Zen: How to Make Your Affirmations More Believable

Do you ever have a hard time believing a certain affirmation is even possible? In last week’s Monday Zen post on visualization and affirmations, we promised a simple exercise to help expand your comfort level with ambitious affirmations. Here’s how […]

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A Little Perspective Goes a Long Way

When I moved to Atlanta from Michigan, I became a nanny to 10-month-old triplets and a three year old. For even more fun, the mom had another baby on the way. The mother, Mary Pat, was the youngest of seven […]

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Sometimes the Best Channel is Where Your Employees Naturally Hangout

Tribe is full of ways to connect companies with the employees that drive them. From intranets to print publications, we’re full of solutions that help organizations deliver their messages to their workforce. But sometimes it’s not that complicated. Sometimes all […]

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