Category: Workplace

Concerned About A Co-Worker?

  Concerned About A Co-Worker, Family Member or Friend? In light of the tragedies of suicide that are in the news and an ongoing issue for workplaces, please read the following steps on responding to a co-worker you are concerned about. We are concerned about helping you if you are suffering or concerned about someone […]

Written by on June 14, 2018

Suicidal Concerns!

Concerned if A Co-Worker, Family Member or Friend is Suicidal?   How do you approach?   Ask the person if they need help to manage how they are feeling. It is important to become familiarized with services available locally and online. If they feel they do need help, discuss the options they have for seeking […]

Written by on June 14, 2018

Boomers and Bloggers are Different

When one thinks about the workplace and dedication to the job, different pictures come to mind with different age groups. Generation “X” (Baby Boomers) generally take a “no distractions” and just-keep-at-it-‘til-it’s-done approach. Generation “Y” (Bloggers), on the other hand, like to “get things out of the way” in order to move on to something else. […]

Written by on September 17, 2012

Learning from Mistakes at Work

Learning from Mistakes at Work “All men make mistakes, but only wise men learn from their mistakes.” Winston Churchill Yes, we all make our share of mistakes in the workplace! In fact, I think much of my own wisdom is created by many different errors in judgment and communication. It’s an art to continually develop […]

Written by on September 6, 2012