If you’re like many people, you may be unhappy or disgruntled with your current job. Eventually, you may find a job that you love, but what do you do in the meantime when you’re lacking motivation and fulfillment in your current job? You may often hear about people...
Employers need to think about engineering returnships to create an advantage in hiring much needed talent. Employees need to think about how to leverage returnships as a reentry approach.
Turkey…dressing…and family conflicts! Although family gatherings can bring you and your family many cherished memories, there are often challenges when extended families get together. Let’s face it, all of us have those certain family members who know how to push our...
When you hear the word “Confidence,” what comes to mind? Courage, success, cockiness? Confidence defined is: “Self-assurance arising from one’s appreciation of one’s own abilities.” Confidence is an inner belief in oneself based on one’s experience that is learned...
Do you lead people, or do you just tell them what you want done without any consideration or explanation? Is the feedback you provide actionable, or do you use criticism to protect your ego? More importantly, do you consider yourself to be a leader or a boss? In my...
There are two types of workplace cultures: cultures by design and cultures by default–and cultures by design win every time.
Life is a series of seasons. How we deal with these sudden changes of seasons is addressed by one’s mental health.
Poor organizational culture can be seen, heard, and felt. But, so can great organizational culture.
Secrets to Conflict Resolution. Conflicts are an unavoidable part of life. They teach us about ourselves and others. They also strengthen our relationships by testing them. Clarifying our perceptions is a skill we can all learn so we can manage our conflicts more effectively.
Getting good at feedback matters now more than ever before.
Organizations often miss a critical component to leadership development. These five questions will accelerate your success.
Burnout has gotten worse over the past year for many people. If you’re one of them, it’s important to get into a habit of recognizing its warning signs. Even some relatively simple changes may make it more likely for you to avoid burnout’s most severe impacts.
While there are sometimes good reasons for avoiding conflict, your efforts to maintain harmony at any cost are probably backfiring.
Blue Hen is honored to partner with the Mississippi Society of Human Resources for the FUTURE OF WORK CONFERENCE on October 26, 2021 from 7:30 AM-4:00 PM at the Westin Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. Our entire Blue Hen Team will be leading this innovative training...
Small issues always have a way of becoming bigger ones if you fail to acknowledge them. Here are 4 reasons why we procrastinate and what we can do about it to get the right things done.
Find purpose and passion in your work by ensuring you’re in the right place, setting goals that fire you up, and taking action each day until you achieve them. If you do, you’ll be much more likely to find the job fulfillment that you crave.
“The 5 Whys” cuts through surface details and exposes the root cause of the issue so it can be solved once and for all. By repeatedly asking the question “Why,” you will help your team cut through layers of excuses and symptomatic issues to identify the core problem. After all, isn’t that what leaders do?
HORNE Capital, a mergers and acquisitions advisory firm, announced the placement of senior financing for its client, Leighton Davis of Empire Group, Inc., as part of a management buyout of the company.