Archive for the ‘ Co-worker Problems ’ Category

Do You Really Want To Hear From Your Employees?

Employers, supervisors, and managers tell their staff that they want to hear from them and will tell them that their “door is always open.”  But when they do show up how do you act? As many times as I have told my staff, “Please come talk to me about anything anytime” that when they do […]

7 Ways We Tune Out On Conversations

The way we communicate with others can either make or break the relationship or encounter we are having with them.  I’m sure you have had a conversation at some point where you realized that you were the only one having the conversation. Our values, beliefs and thoughts make us who we are.  They are the […]

We Do Have a Choice

On my coaching call yesterday, we were discussing the topic of “Mindset” and how we have the ability to change our mindset.  I told the listeners about a time when I was speaking at a conference on the topic of “Creating a Great Workplace Environment” and this manager came up to me afterward and thank […]

5 Questions To Becoming Your Best Self

Almost all businesses depend on people.  Many need people to work at the business, or to shop at their business, and people to promote and market their business. Whether it is customers, patients, clients, or coworkers that you work with, they all deserve to receive the best service that you can give each day.  How we […]

Is A Carrot Enough To Motivate Employees? (Free E-Booklet)

If you are a business owner or manager and have people who work for your business you have probably asked yourself more than once, “How can I motivate my employees when they are at work?”  I have the opportunity to speak to small business owners often and I have found that this is one of […]

Let’s be Accountable

I couldn’t agree more! Keep moving forward, Tina

Ask Why…

“A business has to be involving, it has to be fun, and it has to exercise your creative instincts.” ~ Richard Branson People do not want to keep job-hopping until their find the “Perfect Company” to work for that would provide the three aspects described above, involving, fun, and creative. What they can do is start asking “why questions” […]

Unacceptable Behavior At Work

A couple of months ago I went to a conference and part of the requirement for managers in my state was to take a 2-hour course in Sexual Harassment and Workplace Harassment.  It was very informative and I had great information to take back to my staff for a meeting on these two topics. Our […]

An Ounce Of Prevention

Recently, our medical practice hired two new staff members.  These wonderful ladies have worked together in another practice for about one year so they know each other pretty well, which is helpful for them.  What is important is that we (those who have worked in our practice prior to our new hires) work at developing […]

Feeling Left Out When Change In The Workplace Happens

I was working with an office manager the other day and she happened to mention that she was struggling with a feeling of being left out of certain office changes that were happening in the business that she did not know about until after they were being implemented. Upon further questioning, she said that the […]