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Posts from Jimmy Winskowski

TINYpulse Tips: Pop-up Notifications

As a leader, one of your most important jobs is to address and respond to issues that arise in your company. While TINYpulse makes it easy to gather rich, anonymous feedback from week to week, we've added a feature that will help you stay on top of suggestions from your team in real-time. Introducing our new notifications feature!

Jul 21

Top HR and Company Culture News of the Week – July 21, 2014

Looking to stay ahead of the curve in your HR efforts this year? You won't want to miss Meghan M. Biro's 5 hot HR tech trends of 2014, new this week on Forbes.com. In this post, she not only identifies the top new growth trends in HR tech, but discusses how adopting these trends (sooner than later) could help you avoid turnover and boost your engagement levels. Take a few minutes to see which trends made the list! Did you know that the average tech CEO works around 14 hours a day, 300 days a year? And worse still, many of us - from the CEO down to junior level employees - are wasting up to 70% of our time during those long hours at the office. Luckily, tech investor Bill Trenchard has figured out how to streamline the process, helping you breeze through your workday more easily and efficiently. Check out his 8 tips for taking your time back. A typical workweek in the U.S.A. runs around 40 hours. But can cutting back on your hours at the office actually help you become more productive? Inc.com author Laura Montini shows that the answer may in fact "yes." She's even got an infographic to back up this assessment. See why she says that working a few less hours each week could actually improve your output!

Jul 14

Top HR and Company Culture News of the Week – July 14, 2014

Understanding the mindset of Millenials is something that many administrators are working to master. And a recent study has shown some interesting data that may give you greater insight into your Generation Y employees. While a majority say that friendships in the workplace hold great importance, this LinkedIn study shows that they'll sacrifice those friendships to get ahead. See why in this fantastic Forbes.com piece from author Kathryn Dill.

Jul 6

Top HR and Company Culture News of the Week – July 7, 2014

On paper, employers and employees are supposed to be in alignment on both organizational and individual aspirations. So why is it that such alignment rarely occurs in reality? As a leader, it's your job to find that answer. You can start by reading this piece by Inc.com's Ilan Mochari on employer-employee alignment. It points out some vital flaws that could be keeping you from creating harmony in your organization.

Jun 30

Top HR and Company Culture News of the Week – June 30, 2014

It's hard enough to get one person going, right? But moving a group presents exponential challenges. Could you use a little help to keep your team moving like a well-oiled machine? Inc.com author Kevin Daum has compiled a list of ways that popular business experts manage their teams. Read all of their tips in this great post on 4 ways to get a group moving productively. Then let us know which tips paid the biggest dividends in your company!   Looking for a few great ways to round out your skills as a leader? You'll love this study from Forbes author Jack Zenger. He surveyed over 100 senior executives, extracting six potent behaviors that set the top 10% apart from the rest. Which characteristics do you think made the cut? Find out for yourself in his recent post entitled "The 6 Competencies Global Leaders Need to Succeed."

Jun 23

Top HR and Company Culture News of the Week – June 23, 2014

For years, there’s been increased tension between the old and new ways of working. Imagine an employee telling his/her boss only a few years ago that the office is lacking foosball tables and a kegerator, two items which are now considered part of a good "startup culture!" Curious to see what other trends you can expect to become more and more commonplace in upcoming years? Fast Co. author Jessica Leber has the answers. Check out her 3 trends that are changing the way we work today to get a head start on preparing for the future of work.