4 MY FUTURE: CAREER AND CHARACTER EDUCATION Become a Junior Achievement Volunteer...
The purpose of Junior Achievement is to teach students about work readiness, entrepreneurship, & financial literacy. Since its important to introduce these principles to students at an early age, ... Posted on 11/4/13 at 10:27 AM
BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD NORTH DAKOTA The benefits of an active workplace
If you're like me, you sit at a desk at work for most of the workday. Not only is physical inactivity not good for you, it may actually be endangering your health, the health of your workers and costi... Posted on 10/7/13 at 7:12 AM
GOOD PEOPLE, GOOD BUSINESS Building Trust in the Workplace
There are two different philosophies on trust. The first philosophy is that you trust people until they break your trust. The second is that you dont trust people until they earn your trust. Trust is ... Posted on 9/24/13 at 8:43 PM
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH DAKOTA NEWS UND symposium to focus on workplace conflicts May 20-24
The University of North Dakota Conflict Resolution Center will hold its sixth annual symposium May 20-24. This years focus is on Weathering the Workplace Storm: Learning to Predict, Prepare & Prev... Posted on 5/17/13 at 8:08 AM
STAFF BLOG IN THE SPIRIT Getting along with others is an art form
This morning I pulled this ruby red book with gold trim off the shelf. Its one my sister gave to our mom on her birthday in 1966.
Titled, The Joy of Words, its 224 pages are filled with selections fr... Posted on 2/17/12 at 3:40 PM
Are workplace compliments focused on looks or other personal details like dress ever OK? Is the alternative a more sterile professional life? When do such remarks rise to actionable harassment, or become worthy of a friendly rebuff or a trip to HR?
Silent wars are being waged by women in the workplace every day.
“The tension between women is different than the tension between men or a woman and a man,” said Katherine Crowley, vice president and co-owner of management consulting firm K Squared Enterprises in New York City.
What many people don’t seem to remember is that most schoolyard bullies don’t grow up and stop their habits of using bullying to demean other people. They move on into adulthood and often become abusive parents, spouses, co-workers and so on.
, December 20, 2010
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