Bridget Stallkamp

Bridget Stallkamp

Vice President

Posts By Bridget Stallkamp

Three Ways to Embrace the “Goo” Phase of Change

Leaders must embrace and help people navigate the obstacles of the middle point of a transformation when new behaviors are being adopted.
Survey Your People

Forget That Engagement Survey This Year. It Has No Place.

Engagement surveys have a place and time.This is not it. But it's still critical to know what people are thinking,to guide organizational shifts.
Barriers to creating change

Everything I Need to Know About Your Culture is in Your Parking Lot

Here are three reasons executive parking spots are a clear indication that there are major barriers to change in an organization.
reaching at the top - measuring success

How to Measure the Success of Your Research Project

The success of your research isn't dependent on how surprising the results are. Sometimes it's the little things that go a long way.

How to Understand What’s Really Happening in Your Company – The Power of Observation

To understand what’s really happening with your employees, you must rely on the power of observation.

How do you Unlock Employee Potential?

To unlock employee potential you need to give them the key, or multiple keys. Study what is already working and share it with the rest of your employees.

Effective Communications at Work

Simple, real-world examples illustrate how successful communications can help improve your performance management capabilities – read & learn!

Successfully Communicate (and Improve your Performance Management Know-How) by Doing These Two Things

Listening to and learning from your employees uncovers opportunities for your business and helps your leaders improve their performance management abilities

Cracking the Code: Improve Performance through Pattern Recognition

The pattern is everything. In the movie The Imitation Game, a young woman makes a joke about a pattern in the code she intercepts from a particular German

Four Steps to Holding the Ultimate Meeting

Welcome to 2015! If you’re like most of us, you’ve probably set a resolution or two in honor of the new year. After all, it’s a time-honored tradition.

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