Earlier this week, I had the chance to appear on That Startup Show to talk about company culture, what to look for in company hiring when it comes to complementary skill sets, values and aspirations…and the brave new world where robots are your new colleagues!
These are just a few examples of self-limiting beliefs that can prevent you from achieving your goals in business or in life. There are plenty more limiting beliefs out there, and you probably have a few of them—we all do.
Living by your personal values sounds easy—at least in theory. Your values, after all, are simply the things that are important to you in life, so it should be natural to live by them.
Does your company have a positive work environment? Are your employees happy and proud to work for you?
In today’s post in the diversity & inclusion series here on ThemeKeeper Tuts+, we’ll delve into the important topic of unconscious bias. You’ll learn what unconscious bias is, why it’s important, and what you can do to overcome your own biases (and help your employees do the same).
If you’ve been asked to give a public speech, you may wonder: what is public speaking and why is public speaking important? Those questions are quite logical if you’ve never thought much about public speaking before.
As we’ve seen in this diversity and inclusion series on ThemeKeeper Tuts+, there are many powerful benefits of diversity in the workplace. But actually creating a diverse, inclusive business is easier said than done.
In this tutorial series on diversity in the workplace, we’ve looked at some important best practices for everything from recruitment to effective diversity training.
No matter what type of website you’ve got, one thing is certain: if you want to see an increase in customers, clients, sales or readers, you’ve got to drive traffic to your site. Thanks to paid advertising and social media, you can easily get more website visitors but if you’d like to create a long-term strategy for driving traffic to your site that won’t break your marketing budget, SEO will be your best choice.
You may think that the hardest part of resigning is behind you, now that you’ve given your boss the customary two weeks notice most companies require. But it’s not over yet. Someone from human resources may contact you to conduct an exit interview as part of the company’s process for departing employees.
What went wrong? Diversity and inclusion training was supposed to make people more sensitive to the people they work with, to make companies more diverse, and to help them take advantages of the many business benefits of diversity.
If you’re at work as you’re reading this, take a look around you. Are your colleagues or employees about the same age as you, or is there a big variation?
If you care about the environment and also want to engage and motivate your employees, Earth Day is a perfect opportunity to take action.
Tomorrow is Earth Day, an annual event at which 1 billion people in 192 countries take action to support the protection of the environment on which we all depend.