In every workplace, there are three basic kinds of people: givers, takers and matchers. Organizational psychologist Adam Grant breaks down these personalities and offers simple strategies to promote a culture of generosity and keep self-serving employees from taking more than their share.
TeamStrength members are always focused on adding A players to their team, and Scott Sims, founder and CEO of Victory Tailgate shared this article that outlines why you need them and how to uncover them in an interview. A players are the top 5% – hard working, well-liked high performers. Click Here for Full Article
This year we celebrated 25 years of TeamStrength. When I first heard the program described – a group of business leaders meet to get input on their most important decisions – I thought it could possibly be the coolest thing in the world. I was right, it is. And our Click Here for Full Article
By Susan Schilke; February 1, 2017 In the midst of finalizing your plans and goals for 2017, identifying personal growth opportunities, and creating a vision for your year, I invite you to distill these thoughts into your one word for the year. Jon Gordon wrote One Word in 2012, and Click Here for Full Article
Dr. Gary Chapman wrote the book 5 Love Languages in 2014. This book talks about the different ways people love each other and the preferences in how they wish to accept love. It dives into emotional relationships, giving readers a way to better communicate with the people around them. For an Click Here for Full Article