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Sunday is International Day of Happiness-Are you Happy at Work?

Posted by Beth Thomas on March 18, 2016

Why is it so important to be happy at work?  We spend WAY too much time at work not to be happy. Happiness at work not only impacts your career, your productivity and success and your relationships, but also positively impacts your company’s bottom line and customer relationships! 

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Topics: Employee Engagement

5 Ways to Get and Stay Happy at Work in 2016

Posted by Beth Thomas on December 30, 2015

If stress, long hours, and constant worrying leaves you feeling unhappy at work, you're not alone. Only 47% of Americans are satisfied with their jobs. We spend way too much time at work to not be happy.

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Topics: Employee Engagement

Employee Engagement is Not the Pursuit...it is the Outcome!

Posted by William Hutter on October 22, 2015

The latest, greatest thing called Employee Engagement still seems to be too soft and squishy for most people to understand. As a CEO, it still seems difficult to get my head wrapped around this idea. But having been involved in the development of various attempts to understand and create a programmatic approach to improving business outcomes....we can now tell you what doesn't work!


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6 Ways to Get and Stay Happy at Work

Posted by Beth Thomas on October 8, 2015

1. Why is it so important to be happy at work?

Happiness at work not only impacts your career, your productivity and success and your relationships, but also positively impacts your company’s bottom line and customer relationships! We spend WAY too much time at work to not be happy. Associates that are happy at work are promoted more frequently. (HBR study)

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Learning in the Age of Google

Posted by Annie Inks on July 9, 2015

If you’ve been in the industry of adult education for more than ten years, you’ve likely heard someone say in the last few years or so, “I’ll just Google it.” The first time I encountered this phrase, I was actually a little offended. I thought, “Fine. Just Google it. What do you need me for? Or anyone else who could teach you something worthwhile?”


Of all the digs on Millennials, the way that they often dismiss the value of engaging with an actual person may be one of the most valid (after all, weren’t we all entitled at a young age?). But when we understand the relationship between learning and “Googling,” the needs of this up-and-coming eager generation become clear. They don’t need information, they need knowledge.

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Topics: Employee Engagement


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