Tag Archives: achieved strategies
Posted on02. Feb, 2011 by Shawn Murphy.
I’m not a big fan of Dilbert. Sure it’s witty. But I think its snarky storyline does nothing but reinforce the disillusionment of employees. I’ll stop here the commentary for risk of making a big deal out of nothing. Despite my dislike for the cartoon, one zinger of a storyline resonates with me. I don’t [...]
Posted on01. Feb, 2011 by Shawn Murphy.
When we work closely with people, conflict is bound to occur. It could be something you say or do that doesn’t work for your peer. It’s how you manage your emotions in response to the conflict that is critical. It’s critical to your leadership and the success of your team. Dismissing disruptive behaviors AND not [...]
Posted on31. Jan, 2011 by Shawn Murphy.
There are signs that the job market is slowly heating up. So, I want to take this moment to share my thoughts on an often broken system after new employees are hire. But first a little context… During the interview process, the hiring manager will sell the value of working for the company. Easier said, [...]
Posted on18. Aug, 2010 by Shawn Murphy.
So much has been said here on this blog (and in countless others) about achievement: a series of actions culminating in an outcome. Hell, the name of our company, Achieved Strategies, is about accomplishing something. In the world of business we focus, and rightly so, on being in action to complete something. It’s do do [...]
Posted on01. Feb, 2010 by Shawn Murphy.
Drum roll please! We are thrilled to announce the release of our Change Playbook. This free guide is an essential resource for anyone leading or participating in organizational change. It includes seven essential strategies for implementing change. At the heart of the strategies is a collaborative approach that brings together leaders, employees, and even customers. [...]