Welcome to The PeopleCore blog!
Developing instructional material, writing procedures, strengthening leaders, and improving employee performance is what we are all about. Our blog is 10000% our way of not only keeping you up to date, but keeping ourselves up to date! It’s basically a reoccurring FREE refresher course!
Everyday we’re combing through the web, podcasts, newspapers, and even those old fashioned paper things called books, looking for new VALUABLE information to help us and our clients change their culture by building healthy, productive teams, engaging and motivating employees, strengthening and developing experienced and/or new leaders and help trainers sort through, convey and embed valuable information. Not only do we want you to learn – we want to learn too! We’re basically sharing our homework answers with you, except, thankfully, there isn’t a test tomorrow!
At PeopleCore, we understand workplace grievances and want to provide you with up to date content related to creative solutions or against-the-norm points of view. Because as you know, not all businesses work the same way. Some businesses thrive with the same advice and tools that would send the other guys out of business.
So, what we’re going to do with this blog is share information. Links to news, studies, videos, books, and other types of content that is related to building a strong and healthy workplace. Just think of us as a conduit for #excitedtogotowork and #makingtheworkplacebetter information. Speaking of better, we also want to use our blog to spotlight the innovators who have made their job and their workplace better in some way. Maybe they are doing something we’d like to implement into our courses? What did they do that worked so well & how could their strategy help your own business?
Change can be difficult because you might be doing the exact opposite of what you thought worked and it is uncomfortable (like buying something from amazon with no reviews)! That’s totally reasonable. But what if that strategy is outdated? Most employers don’t let employees browse the internet on the clock. That makes sense, right? Videos of epic golf fails can’t be helping with productivity, right? a study published in the journal “Computers in Human Behavior” examined cyberloafing and has concluded that it can help workers cope with office boredom, workplace stress, and may be a better use of time than other (more harmful) forms of counterproductive work behaviors. I guess what we thought about browsing the web during office downtime was outdated!
So while you’re waiting on your assignment, go ahead, watch that video of that person taking an involuntary swim while trying for that water shot, And maybe when you’re done watching that, you can check out our website for more information on how you can we can help make your people better, and keep checking back in at our blog for new content!