We are thrilled to announce that Swift HR Solutions has been named to this year’s Inc. 5000 list, the 37th annual ranking of the fastest-growing private companies in the U.S. from Inc. magazine
University of Pennsylvania Clinical Professor of Psychiatry Dr. Jody Fosterhas seen her career in behavioral health and her Wharton MBA converge in unexpected ways.
According to the World Economic Forum’s “Why you need Emotional Intelligence”, 90% of top performers are also high in emotional intelligence (EQ). On the flip side, just 20% of bottom performers are high in emotional intelligence. You can be a top performer without emotional intelligence, but the chances are slim.
Gratitude Challenges are popular year-round, and especially during the month of November, when we celebrate our national Thanksgiving holiday. It can be tempting to gloss over or ignore the far-reaching benefits of gratitude when you’re focused on making your numbers and planning for next year’s growth.
They say most problems in life can be solved through some form of mathematical equation. Being an organizational development executive, I have found that difficult to grasp as math is so far outside my area of expertise.
The past two years has seen the quickest and most dramatic shifts in compensation (aka “rewards”) plans practices ever. In the past two years, we’ve witnessed “the sky is falling” near-collapse of 2008, the “big one” recession of 2008 – 2009 (and 2011?), and the end to entitlement compensation as we knew it (in 2009, when well over 50% of companies reduced and/or eliminated their salary increase budgets for the year).
A few years ago I was hired to work with a leader who had just adopted a new team from another part of the company. When it came time for us to plan a strategy for the team’s future he had big goals, intense external pressure, new people to manage and a tight timeframe to work with. Sound familiar?