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Posts from Harry Ross

Sep 16

What My Dogs Taught Me About Professional Networking

I have two mini schnauzers, named Casper and Boris. Casper is six and Boris is two and a half, so they both have a lot of puppy in them. In observing them on our many walks, I’ve been able to pick up a few tricks on how to network more effectively.

How to Help Baby Boomers Plan a Career Path

Most of the career planning conversations taking place in organizations focus on the millennial generation and how they view careers differently than their veteran counterparts.

Communication Tools for Getting Better Business Results

When I worked in retail, I practiced the management style that has come to be known as “management by walking around." I would come into the office early, go through emails, and get projects done so that I could go out into the store before it opened to talk to the employees who were doing all the stuff customers never see — putting out new product, taking markdowns, and cleaning up from the previous day’s business.

5 Key Trust-Building Steps That Will Boost Employee Engagement

Why aren’t employees getting more engaged with their employers? It seems that despite all the efforts, energy, and money spent on trying to improve how engaged people are at work, the needle is not moving very far. According to Gallup, the US employee engagement average was at 31.3% in 2011 and is still only at 32.7%, five years later.

Four Valuable Lessons My Dog Has Taught Me About Giving Feedback

I have two miniature schnauzers named Casper and Boris. While I would never compare motivating a pooch to motivating a human, I have learned that there are a lot of similarities when it comes to giving feedback. Here are four things my pups taught me about giving feedback:

Who's In Charge of Improving Work Culture — CEOs or HR?

No, it’s not what you're thinking with the chicken or the egg. My question is, "When it comes to improving work culture, which comes first — the CEO or the Human Resources leader?"