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Use These Company Culture Tips to End the “Sunday Scaries”

Posted by Dr. Linda Sharkey on 6.13.2019

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“Hi, Dr. Sharkey! Lately, I’ve noticed my employees seem lethargic and even a bit scattered on Monday mornings. Talking to other business leaders, I learned there’s something referred to as the “Sunday Scaries” that could be impacting my team’s performance on Monday morning. With so much technology and ways to stay connected, how do I create a company culture that will help my team unwind, relax, and stop worrying about work over the weekend -- especially, Sunday night?”

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Ask Dr. Sharkey: Using AI to Support Your Traditional Leadership Needs

Posted by Dr. Linda Sharkey on 5.9.2019

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“Hi, Dr. Sharkey! I like to consider myself a modern leader. I’m always looking to keep up with trends to support my employees. However, oftentimes, I find myself needing more support. The future of AI is obviously bright. Do you think it is something I should be turning to? If so, how can it support me and my traditional leadership needs?”

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Ask Dr. Sharkey: How Do I Show Emotional Intelligence in Virtual Communications?

Posted by Dr. Linda Sharkey on 3.14.2019

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“Dr. Sharkey, I’m a leader in a workplace that has employees spread all over the U.S. Some employees are in the office next door to me, others, I’ve never actually met face-to-face. I know the importance of emotional intelligence in the workplace, but how do I ensure through virtual communications that remote employees are receiving the same type of courtesy and consideration as those I chat with in the office halls?”

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Ask Dr. Sharkey: Stay On Top of 2019’s Workplace Trends All Year Long

Posted by Dr. Linda Sharkey on 2.14.2019

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“Hi, Dr. Sharkey! The new year is in full swing. This means new workplace trends are already succeeding (or failing). To be the best leader, I want to fully understand what trends are making a big impact early on in 2019 that are improving how workplaces are running and what employee needs leaders are focusing on right now. What are some trends you see in the works and how do I stay on top of them all year long?”

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Ask Dr. Sharkey: Pull Your Team Out of the Post Holiday Slump

Posted by Dr. Linda Sharkey on 1.10.2019

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“Dr. Sharkey, my employees and I love celebrating the holidays. Our office is full of spirit and cheer during these times, but year-after-year I notice that once the holiday season is over, our productivity slows and sales are lacking. How can I address this post-holiday slump and give my team a boost?”

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Ask Dr. Sharkey: Do Business Leaders Still Need Strong Communication Skills?

Posted by Sandy Yu on 8.9.2018

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“Hi Dr. Sharkey! I’m a big believer in educational development opportunities. In preparing our young talent for the future, I’m realizing we don’t have a specific course of action for communication development. With so much technology, I think it’s something we overlooked as a necessity. Do you believe it’s important to educate leaders (current and future) on how to communicate or is it a skill technology will make obsolete?”

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Ask Dr. Sharkey: How Do I Improve the Employee Experience in My Diverse Workplace?

Posted by Sandy Yu on 7.12.2018

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“I’m proud to say my company has been working toward diversity and inclusion for many years. It’s a process we want to take into the future and continue improving. But with so many genders, ethnicities, and generations in one organization, it’s challenging to improve the overall employee experience. How can I keep everyone on my team actively engaged and give each person the best possible employee experience?”

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