Stories of the Workplace


Roundup of Articles related to Today’s Workplace

 INSIGHTS – Leadership

Recognizing and Rewarding Your Staff

“… Recognition serves as a tool for reinforcing the behaviors that drive an organization to excellence and gives a vital boost to employees’ engagement that has a ripple effect far beyond…”


 INSIGHTS – Workplace Favoritism

Lead by Playing Favorites Ruthlessly

“… Work with the willing… Identify the visionaries…”


Is Your Boss Playing Favorites?

“Does your boss have a favorite – that isn’t you?”


Favoritism in the Workplace: Is it illegal?

“…favoritism leads to lost productivity, as employees who aren’t getting the plum assignments spend more and more time gossiping and griping about how unfair the system is rather than doing their work.”


 “It is amazing what you can accomplish if you do not care who gets the credit.”

Harry S. Truman

MUST READ – Workplace Respect and Participation


How Not to Be ‘Manterrupted’ in Meetings

Have you experienced or observed Manterrupted or Bropropriating this in meetings, workgroups or projects? Are you the cause?  The definition of “Manterrupted”:   “Unnecessary interruption of a woman by a man.  The definition of “Bropropriating”: “Taking a woman’s idea and taking credit for it.”


Caught In The Act – How To Acknowledge People Without Turning Them Off

How does each team members strength contribute to the workplace goal or project as a whole? Are all rewards valued equally to every worker?


Women at Work: The Unspoken Rule of Meetings

“It costs more time and energy being a woman than being a man. In the business world, this makes everything unnecessarily necessary for a woman.”


The most important thing in communication is to hear what isn’t being said.

Peter F. Drucker



#Dignity 15 – The Second Annual NWBC Workplace Bullying Awareness Conference

October 22-23, 2015

Restoring And Protecting Dignity At Work: Addressing Discrimination, Harassment, and Bullying in the Workplace





Why Millennials in the Workplace ‘Don’t Care,’ and 4 Things You Can Do

“…are a generation of hackers, tinkerers and shortcut takers. We want the best, most efficient and logical approach…”


Words should be used as tools of communication and not as a substitute for action.