Top performers, working from home, the employee experience, and more.
The National consistently creates music that is dark, contemplative, and worthy of a rainy day. That’s not to say it’s “feel terrible about yourself music”.
Here are the pics that tangentially tell the tale of an incredibly lazy, do nothing (but I enjoyed it anyway), month of July.
Employee engagement, culture, expertise, and politics. No sweat.
Reducing commitment to the future is the first line of defense when that future is hard to understand, make sense of, or predict.
Here are five reads that stuck with me over the last month or so.
There is a lot to be appreciated in a quiet, thought provoking song like “Call it Dreaming” by Iron & Wine.
The big story of June was without a doubt, the SHRM Annual Conference.
As such, the pictures that tangentially tell the tale of the month of June are all about New Orleans, the conference, and a quick trip to Baton Rouge.
What we choose to look forward to, and what we choose to experience offers a glimpse into people’s lives that we don’t normally make an effort to understand.
It’s important to miss New Orleans.
Missing New Orleans creates a desire to return to a time and place, and a desire to recreate it in as many ways as possible throughout the year.