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Work / Life Blog (5)

A Practical Approach to Performance Interventions and Analysis by Richard C. GillespieWe have a new Salty’s blog for you. Our mentor Richard Gillespie shares business philosophies you’ll see at work at Salty’s, where we are striving to become a true performance culture, where our team members bring a relentless focus and selfless collaboration to bear on our company’s most fundamental goals.
— Gerald R. Kingen, Salty’s Owner & CEO

Four Ways of Behaving

Published in Work / Life Blog

In the course of our work, we have come to recognize four general ways of behaving. None of these strategies is inherently effective or ineffective; it depends on the demands of the situation. What often happens though is that people come to habitually rely on one strategy to the exclusion of others, regardless of the situation. The result is that their behavior is at best ineffective, and at worst, destructive...

The Five C’s of Change

Published in Work / Life Blog

In business, leaders look at ways to influence change to bring about the desired end results. Moreover, the Work/Life Approach uses Understanding, Acceptance and Support (UAS), validation and valuing behaviors and commits to sharing only useful information (relevant, valid, timely and reliable) to help people focus on positive behaviors and support change in the workplace...

Valuing Behavior: Increasing Trust and the Bottom Line

Published in Work / Life Blog

Some people in business try to avoid conflict at all costs. Sometimes management turns a blind eye to people who cannot seem to get along. All too often management’s answer to these types of situations is that the people involved just have a personality conflict. Using this excuse for inaction suggests that little can be done when someone behaves badly...

A Freedom of Focus

Published in Work / Life Blog

Being free to focus on the work allows people to be productive and excel. The Work/Life Approach removes uncertainty and ambiguity, clarifies direction and intention, and frees people to focus on the work. From the organizational view it is imperative to be clear on the organization’s identity and purpose...

Withholding Useful Information?

Published in Work / Life Blog

Did you know that the most prevalent form of organizational theft is withholding useful information? People, whether they work in a small, medium or large company, don’t share information for a number of reasons. They don’t know the information is needed. This happens when team members fail to ask themselves, “Are there any stakeholders that might need to know this information?”

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