Teamwork – 5 Things I Learned in the Operating Room

By Kendra Fuller, SPHR, SHRM-SCP | Teamwork, Leadership, Mentoring, Communication | No Comments

Last year, I underwent the rather unpleasant experience of dealing with trigger finger. It’s definitely not as cool as it sounds and has nothing to do with shooting nor cowboys. In fact, it was…

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The Value of Emotional Intelligence... Even for Engineers

By Melanie Vargas | Human Resources, Leadership, Recruiting, Emotional Intelligence | No Comments

According to the World Economic Forum's "Why you need Emotional Intelligence",  “90% of top performers are also high in emotional intelligence (EQ). On the flip side, just 20% of bottom performers…

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What Makes HR Successful in an Organization?

By Shannon Swift | Company Culture, Leadership, Service, HR | No Comments

What makes HR successful in an organization?  How do we create successful relationships and outcomes for the contribution we make for our organizations? I’ve been thinking a lot about this and…

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The Viaduct Closure Doom vs the Dedicated Employee – Practical HR Solutions

By Kristina M. Pfeil, MBA | Morale, Planning | No Comments

Heard at the workplace: “Sorry I was late; the traffic was terrible. Viaduct? … they did what? Blew up the viaduct? I didn’t know. Guess I was paying too much attention to the Seahawks and missed…

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