ACHIEVE Workplace Culture Podcast

Episode 11: Quiet Quitting

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Is “quiet quitting” something we should be paying attention to? And if so, how should we deal with it? In this episode, we explore the Forbes article, 5 Ways To Combat Quiet Quitting, and then we dive into MSNBC’s article, Firing of Canadian news anchor, reportedly due to gray hair, sparks controversy. Whether Lisa LaFlamme was let go due to her gray hair or not, we are certain that workplaces should be talking about fair standards in the ways they try to manage the appearance of their employees.

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Episode 30: A Culture of Overwork

Does your organization suffer from a culture of overwork? This week, we look we dig into the HBR article, How to Fix your Company’s Culture of Overwork. We also discuss the danger in assuming your high-performing employees aren’t struggling. Read More
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Episode 29: Are Silos a Good Thing?

Can siloing team members in an organization have a positive impact? This week, we explore the impacts of information siloing on workplace culture, and we dig into the Sloan MIT article, Building Culture From the Middle Out. We also discuss the important role middle managers play in embodying a company’s values. Read More
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