Be fair and you’ll get the most out of the deal–our brains are wired for it.
Scott Halford shares how to make the most of your positive brain power.
Positive employees lead to increased collaboration, creativity and loyalty.
Scott Halford | Entrepreneur.com | August 05, 2009
The negative attitude pandemic that is likely taking hold in your office could be quietly cutting into your bottom-line. The virulent workplace virus needs only a couple of nasty-ass attitudes to spread and thrive–if left unchecked you may [...]
Understanding that we still roam around with ancient wiring in our brains will help you to overcome the sabotage danger surfing can create when your organization is coming up with the next big idea. Scott Halford explains in his column from Entrepreneur.com.
There are steps Talent Managers can take to promote productivity, reduce stress, and inject some fun into the workplace.
A “shortcut” is an employee or organization that’s indispensable. In this article from Business Week, Scott Halford shares strategies for using your best people to the utmost advantage.
Listening is used 45% of the time while communicating. Speaking is used 30% of the time while communicating. Reading is used about 16% of the time while communicating. Writing, the least used form of communication is used approximately 9% of the time while communicating. (click title to read more)
Be A Shortcut hit #1 on the local business best seller list in The Denver Post!
Due to economic conditions, a sort of “Business Darwinism” is taking over in most organizations-survival of the fittest-as excess is trimmed and only the necessary survive. The need for Shortcuts is high and there is a formula that you can follow to help you think about how to be a better Shortcut.
In this exclusive article for Advertising Age, business author and leadership expert Scott Halford shares how you can make yourself or your business a Shortcut.