Friday Feature: Pre-Employment Assessments, Miracle Workers, ROI, & Wellness Incentives

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We have wrapped another week and it is finally Friday! We love Fridays here at Performance I Create because we get to share with you content we have found throughout the week. So let’s get started: Companies Increase Wellness Incentive Dollars SHRM article that details the results of a recent survey indicating that companies will […]

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It’s Not Me, It’s You

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I’ve read articles, heard speakers, listened to webinars, and spent many hours dealing with the issue of “fit” in the workplace. It seems to me that fit is easier to recognize when it’s perfect or when it’s really not there at all. When it’s perfect everything seems to work well…challenges are met with a unified effort, and […]

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A Good Trainer Is…

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Over the years, I have had heard and seen pros and cons to different trainers, facilitators, and presenters. Some of those items include: Pros Engaging Interactive Humorous Storyteller Fun Cons Boring Reads to me Non-engaging Doesn’t know the material they are presenting Attempts to be humorous, but goes terribly wrong These are just some easy […]

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Friday Feature: Explanations of Health-Related Absences, Innovation Stalls, Strengths-Based Goal Setting

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It’s Friday folks. What did your week look like? Was it productive? What impact did you make? I had the opportunity to attend a company HR meeting in Minneapolis – lots of great HR talk, building strategy and synergy, project outlines, and fun. Enough about that…now to share some content we have found over the […]

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Onboarding and Training Still Matter

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I’ve had the pleasure of career coaching several individuals regarding interview tips, resumes and other ways to separate themselves from the pack in this crazy job market. One thing I hadn’t counted on was onboarding and training problems that exist out here in the workplace. I have 2 clients, 2 different companies, with surprising experiences. […]

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Coaching is NOT for Suckers

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In today’s ever diverse workforce, you have more than likely come across someone that just isn’t cutting the mustard. Ultimately, there are two options we can face with this employee:  ignore or coach. The easy option is to simply ignore the deficiency in performance because as everyone should know, coaching is for suckers. You and […]

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Why Does Work Suck?

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Face it folks, work sucks! According to latest statistical data regarding employee sentiments, over 70% are disengaged. This means basically they hate it. The employees don’t feel connected to the organization, valued or respected. They simply come in do the minimum amount required, collect their paychecks and go home. There’s no passion or excitement. Why […]

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Getting the Most from Your Team

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I have the privilege of coaching a group of fourteen year old boys who play highly competitive ice hockey. Since we are based in Florida, we travel extensively to play good teams from more traditional hockey states in the North. Our boys are incredibly dedicated, committed, and fiercely competitive. And each one of them is a unique individual […]

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