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Low productivity is last but not least on our list of the leading business problems we address in our latest eBook . Each year, companies lose approximately $37 billion due to unproductive meetings. This impacts not only individual businesses but also the global economy. Time and money is being lost when it doesn't have to be. This problem is real,...
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At Fierce, we often receive questions from companies about our keynote speakers and the value they can bring to conferences, annual retreats, team outings, lunch and learns, professional development opportunities and other events, serving both individuals and businesses. I'd like to dive into some of our most frequently asked questions surrounding ...
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In our latest eBook, we call out one of the leading business problems businesses face today: too much stress. According to Harris Interactive , 83% of Americans are stressed to some degree at work. The American Institute of Stress reports 40% of workers feel their job is very or extremely stressful. A small amount of "positive stress" can boost pro...
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Fierce Conversations training is often sought out to shift organizational cultures and improve internal relationships, including the relationships between team leaders and their teams, between colleagues, and between departments. However, the skills learned in Fierce training can also be applied directly to the conversations happening daily between...
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In our latest eBook, we call out no purpose as a leading problem in business. The reality is that nearly every organization is inherently purposeful. The intention of the company, or the reason why it exists, is its purpose. But internal communication around this "reason for being," why it matters, and how it can be made an integral part of daily o...
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Here's a recent statistic from the Edelman Trust Barometer that blew me away and should serve as a wakeup call to organizations everywhere. 63% of employees don't trust their CEOs, claiming their company leaders are somewhat or not at all credible. That's huge, especially when combined with what HBR reported about C Suite's self-awareness skills: o...
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At Fierce, we often talk about the impact that withholding truths can have on an organization and the people within it. In our latest eBook , we call out lack of transparency as the third leading business problem businesses are facing today. Our founder and CEO Susan Scott spoke at a TedXOverlake event. In her talk titled "The Case for Radical Tran...
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Our recent Fierce survey revealed that conversations around current social movements, including #blacklivesmatter, #metoo, and #TimesUp, are happening. Unfortunately, most of these conversations are not happening at work. The survey also revealed that while employees still experience and witness discrimination, there has been a shift the past year ...
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​ Top talent leaving is the second leading business problem we highlight in our latest eBook Fierce Insight Into 6 Leading Problems Businesses Face Today—And How to Solve Them . Turnover and retention rates vary by industry, and from one organization to the next. While we can't make sweeping statements about what your ideal rates should be, it's sa...
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I want to go back to our original quote included in Part 1 of the Accountability blogs: " Our careers, our companies, our personal relationships, our very lives, succeed or fail, gradually then suddenly, one conversation at a time." If you'll notice, it says succeeds one conversation at a time. So just as we found that accountability can disappear ...
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