From [i]nfoNet – Your BBNC Employee Resource.
Volume 9, 2021
What are you willing to give up to change the way we work?
“Have you ever watched a flock of birds work together? Thousands of animals, flying in perfect synchrony and what is remarkable is that these birds would not be able to do that if they all would have to follow one leader. Their reaction speed would simply be to slow.”
The world is getting faster and more complex, so we need a new way of working, a way that creates alignment and purpose and truly empowers people to make decisions faster. What does it take to build the fast, flexible, creative teams needed to challenge entrenched work culture? What are you willing to give up? Tune in to hear what people are doing at all levels to make fast decisions and respond to change.
WHAT SHOULD [i] DO?
Q: If you hear a co-worker making jokes about a colleague what should you do?
BBNC is committed to the fair and equitable treatment of its employees. Speak up and speak out. Tell your colleague to treat fellow employees with respect. BBNC has a safe and welcoming environment. We do not tolerate inappropriate or offensive jokes, comments, remarks are not tolerated.
achieving work-life balance: the ultimate guide
“Work-life balance is a desirable goal that we tend to fall short of attaining. Meeting the demands of heavy workload and maintaining healthy relationships outside the office, including your relationship with yourself, are equally important.”
If you struggle with maintaining a work-life balance, you are not alone. The United States ranks 30th out of 38 countries in attaining proper work-life balance. Read more below on the causes of work-life imbalance, effects of work-life imbalance, benefits of work-life balance and tips to achieve work-life balance.
7 ways to be respectful
While respect should be second nature to us, there seems to be a major deficit of it in our world today. From mean social media posts to behavior on the playground, respect is plainly overdue for a comeback.
You can play a big role in starting a respect of revolution just by modeling yourself and teaching others to follow. Read more below on seven ways to be respectful:
- Listen and be present;
- Be thoughtful of others’ feelings;
- Acknowledge others and say thank you;
- Address mistakes with kindness;
- Make decisions based on what’s right, not who you like;
- Respect physical boundaries; and
- Live and let live
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