Fierce Tip of the Week: Say Thanks

In the United States this week, many of us will gather around a dinner table with our friends and families to celebrate Thanksgiving. My favorite holiday, even as a little girl, has always been Thanksgiving. First, I truly enjoy every single dish that the traditional turkey dinner has to… Read the full article →

Fierce Resources: What is Your "Burning Platform"?

This week’s Fierce Resource first appeared on the Fierce blog February 10, 2011 and was written by Fierce CEO & President Halley Bock. What is Your “Burning Platform”? explores why it is critical for leaders to ask tough questions of both themselves and their organizations in order to pinpoint… Read the full article →

Fierce Tip of the Week: Get to the Ground Truth of an Issue

Have you ever had a conversation with someone and something did not sit well with you? I’m talking about the visceral feeling in the pit of your stomach. This week’s Fierce Tip is to obey your instinct and verbalize your concern to the person you are speaking with, so… Read the full article →

Fierce Resources: Political Differences Can Divide Employees

This week’s Fierce Resource was published in the Virginian-Pilot Online. The piece, Political Differences Can Divide Employees, features survey results from a recent Fierce political conversations survey. The workplace hasn’t avoided the high-strung campaign debate polarizing the nation this year. Thirty-nine percent of people polled last month by Fierce… Read the full article →

Fierce Resources: Why Managers Should Love Football Season

This week’s Fierce Resource was published yesterday on theDailyMuse website. Why Managers Should Love Football Season, was written by Fierce CEO & President Halley Bock. In the article, she explores why managers should shift their mindset away from football season being a “time suck” and gives three tips on… Read the full article →

3 Tips to Motivate a Multigenerational Workforce

A common question that leaders have to wrestle with is: What motivates my employees? What moves them to action? What gets their fire going? The challenge is that even when you figure out what inspires one group of people, that very same thing may not work for another. This… Read the full article →