How to Lower Turnover in Today’s Age of Low Unemployment

How to Lower Turnover in Today’s Age of Low Unemployment

September 19, 2018 by Joe Kiedinger

Every generation believes that theirs is the best. Talk to any person from any generation and they will brag about how they learned how to navigate life—while the other generations just don’t get it!

We “Get To” – Celebrating and Appreciating the Opportunities Before Us

We “Get To” – Celebrating and Appreciating the Opportunities Before Us

September 12, 2018 by April Johnson

Today’s “Wisdom on Wednesday” comes from my first-ever guest writer, April Johnson, our Dignify Coach. I was so taken aback by this simple message; I knew you would enjoy it! – Joe

Emotional Intelligence – the Centerpiece of Great Organizations

Emotional Intelligence – the Centerpiece of Great Organizations

September 5, 2018 by Joe Kiedinger

There has been a lot written about Emotional Intelligence, or E.I. A person with a high E.I. has the ability to see a situation as information and not a personal attack. A person with a high E.I. can handle emotional people in a calm and gentle manner. Basically stated, uncontrolled emotions provide unstable workplaces.

Balancing Tasks and Relationships

Balancing Tasks and Relationships

August 29, 2018 by Joe Kiedinger

From my experience, when people come into the office Monday morning they have different goals and different ways of measuring the success of their day.

A Tribute Edition of “Wisdom on Wednesday” –  The Ad World Lost One of its Best

A Tribute Edition of “Wisdom on Wednesday” – The Ad World Lost One of its Best

August 27, 2018 by Joe Kiedinger

When I heard the news that the greatest ad man in Green Bay was no longer with us, my heart stood still. Jim Rivett = creative. I hope I speak on behalf of every marketing and advertising executive who ever knew him when I say: he was one of the best—if not THE best.

Learn How to Surrender!

Learn How to Surrender!

August 22, 2018 by Joe Kiedinger

The idea of “surrendering” is not new. Many folks relate it to biblical passages and ideology. The same thinking can be applied to business as well. I think most people understand its basic concept: to let go and trust that things will fall into place, without worry.

Thinking with Abundance

Thinking with Abundance

August 15, 2018 by Joe Kiedinger

Nelson Mandela is most credited with an idea that I have interpreted as follows: people aren’t afraid of failure. What they’re most afraid of is success. For in their success, they will be looked upon differently by those closest to them.

Ah, Meetings..

Ah, Meetings..

August 8, 2018 by Joe Kiedinger

To some of us, we’d rather be anywhere else on Earth. To others, meetings are truly enjoyable. But regardless of your stance, meetings are powerful opportunities to bring together our collective brain power in a quick, more efficient method than emails and phone calls. They are a place where many different minds come together. And…

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Are You Getting in the Way?

Are You Getting in the Way?

August 1, 2018 by Joe Kiedinger

Most leaders I speak with in regards to the subject of micromanaging will tell you that they don’t. They believe in “empowering their people to make decisions”. However, when I dig deeper and ask employees if they are micromanaged, many say, “yes”. Their typical response sounds like this, “I just wish they (the leader) would…

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Learning From One of the Best

Learning From One of the Best

July 25, 2018 by Joe Kiedinger

Rockefeller, the famous American man of industry established habits for growing a company to extreme abundance. Verne Harnish, in his book, Mastering the Rockefeller Habits, outlines Rockefeller’s simple process which is outlined below from Harnish’s findings:

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