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Inspired Leadership

This eBook gives you a 360-degree view of the behaviors and mindset of good leadership, so you can turn our “secrets” into actionable strategies that improve performance throughout your organization.

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Play to Your Strengths & Find “The Zone” in Your Career​

The zone is that place of high productivity – when everything else around you falls away and you are extremely focused on the task at hand. From a work perspective, we think about that zone as a place of high engagement and we believe that when you are there, you are not only highly productive but also highly satisfied personally.

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Values & Career: Spare Change or Big Investment?

Each of us has several values, and when one or more of them are not being satisfied, we are (sometimes unknowingly) unhappy. What it all boils down to is this: In the context of feeling fulfilled in our careers, are we working for spare change or are we making a true investment in our lives?

It’s Your Career – eLearning

Employees are drifting, not driven. Without a clear employee career development plan, they don’t know what their organizations want them to do next. They themselves aren’t really sure what they want. They need help...

Employee Engagement Survey X Model

Employee Engagement Survey X Model

In this model, BlessingWhite details a specific and compelling model for defining Employee Engagement – and what it means to the individual and the organization they work for. This video model is used to explain clearly to our Employee Engagement Survey Clients.

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Was Your 2015 Full of Great Days at Work?

Enter the concept of great days. Everyone has had great days at work. Everyone wants more great days. And more often than not, an individual’s great day delivers what the organization needs. Ka-ching! Great days are what full engagement looks like.

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Stop the Insanity: Conversations to Help Performance SOAR

Nobel-Prize-winning physicist Albert Einstein defined insanity as doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. While he was certainly not talking about performance management conversations, our recent research suggests that...