Monthly Archives: August 2010

Aug 24

Why business execution still fails employees

By Scot Herrick | Cube Rules Commentary

It is the seemingly unexplainable conundrum: Business leaders want “stimulating innovation and creativity and enabling entrepreneurship.” Yet, employees believe that their “confidence in leaders and managers is disturbingly low—particularly in terms of the interpersonal aspects of their respective roles.” I don’t know about you, but I’ve rarely seen any group of people hitting innovation and […]

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Aug 10

Why your boss waffles

By Scot Herrick | Job Performance

Waffling is big right now. After all, sports fans are now in the midst of the “Will he play? Or won’t he?” season of the waffling Brett Farve. Or, as shown in Wisconsin T-Shirts–and now ones in Minnesota, with the saying “We will never forget you, Brent.” In sports, waffling is cause for celebration, attention, […]

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Aug 01

Sharing Sunday, August 1, 2010

By Scot Herrick | Job Performance

Here are some great articles I’ve read over the past week (or so). Take a look: A Deeper Kind of Joblessness “The median duration of unemployment is, today, more than double what’s it been at any point in the last half-century, at 6 months and counting.” That’s the opening point after linking to an ugly […]

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