Articles

Bob Greenfield has written and published many articles on individual and organizational effectiveness.

 
A Case for Focusing on Qualities... That Can’t Be Taught Individual Training often focuses on job “skills”. What if we focused more on developing intangible “qualities”? Individual Performance... Bringing Our Best to Work
All of the reasons we come up with for withholding our best at work, meaning truly being the best person we can, only end up harming ourselves. Healthy at Work: A New Model for "Health" in the Work Place A different way of thinking about being "healthy" at work, and a new model based on finding one's place and hitting one's stride. Getting More Mileage Out of Your Corporate
    Education Investment
Many training investments do not pay off. Here are 4 suggestions for bucking that trend.
Build Your Career on the Relationships Right Next To You There is ample focus on effective relationships in the workplace. But on which ones? Raising your game with your peers can be surprisingly effective. Here are 6 tips for getting started. Staffing: Plug a Hole, or Take the Best Player Available? Professional Sports Team face this dilemma in their respective Drafts. Perhaps we could learn something from their analysis.
How Meetings Fail: What Not to Do? Most meetings don’t work. Here are 9 common causes and suggestions for what to do about them. Organizational Philanthropy... For the Good of it! A Business Case and two compelling reasons why your organization should consider incorporating a Philanthropic agenda into its Mission.