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The Next Four Elements of the Miick Safe Space® System for Conscious Communication™

Posted by Rudy Miick on Jun 28, 2017 1:02:31 PM

 

As we mentioned in the previous post, Conscious Communication™ doesn't happen in a vacuum. We detailed the first four elements of Safe Space®, and now it's time to look at the next four.

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Topics: Safe Space, Conscious Communication, Training, Coaching, Conflict Resolution, Purpose & Values

The First Four Elements of the Miick Safe Space® System for Conscious Communication™

Posted by Rudy Miick on Jun 1, 2017 2:08:40 PM

 

Conscious Communication™ doesn't happen in a vacuum. In order to have difficult conversations and come out the other side with resolution, more respect, and a sense of being heard, a Safe Space® System must be created.

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Topics: Safe Space, Conscious Communication, Training, Coaching, Conflict Resolution, Purpose & Values

What Is the Miick Method?

Posted by Rudy Miick on Apr 20, 2017 4:33:07 PM

 

Brands are built from the inside out. Company culture, hiring people who can enact that culture, and doing it regardless of industry, size, or scope can all be difficult tasks. That’s why we developed six steps that guide us on our path as we work – on purpose – with our clients.

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Topics: Hiring, Passion, Leadership, Safe Space, Conscious Communication, Training, Brand, Company Culture / Change, Purpose & Values

Five More Ways to Support Success of the Millennial Workforce

Posted by Rudy Miick on Apr 10, 2017 5:39:43 PM

 

A few weeks ago, we looked at five ways to support the Millennial workforce. From passion to providing autonomy, we began to look at this enormously influential demographic in our population. Are you ready for some more?

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Topics: Hiring, Millennials, Performance, Staffing, Company Culture / Change, Training

Why Companies Should View Staff as Investments Instead of Expenses

Posted by Rudy Miick on Apr 3, 2017 2:12:45 PM

It's really hard to find great people. It's also really expensive to hire the not-so-great people. Forbes Magazine author David K. Williams estimates a single “bad” hire costs $25,000 - $50,000. A miss on a manager costs at least six times his or her monthly salary. Now, it's easy to see that a good staff is an investment, not an expense.

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Topics: Hiring, Company Culture / Change, Staffing, Training