Choice Theory Helps Every Time

Kim Olver

Choice Theory has helped me to create an amazing life. I am so grateful to have learned Choice Theory® psychology when I was just 27. The only thing that would […]

Diversity

Diversity in the workplace has been a big topic of conversation ever since the early 1990s. Back then, research suggested that by the year 2000, 85% of the entering workforce […]

Five Solutions for Resistant Employees

As someone who does a lot of leadership training, I am surprised by how training is frequently used as the solution for all staff problems when something else might be more effective. The main factor of success involves doing a proper assessment of the situation, so before we can get to the solutions, we must understand the root causes. W. Edwards Deming says, “If you do not know how to ask the right question, you discover nothing.”

Relationships at Work

Do you love the work you do? Do you enjoy the people you do it with? Do you clearly understand the demands of your job and feel equipped to meet those expectations? Do you feel supported by management and the environment to always do your best work? If yes, congratulations! I’d love to hear from you what you think makes it so. If not, then The Relationship Center might be your answer.