Thinx: Your Company Culture is your Brand. Period.

Recently, there has been a good deal of buzz around Thinx, the company that brought us the moisture-wicking, absorbent underwear for women on their periods. Whether or not you’re of the menstruating gender, Thinx is providing a beautiful case study for what can happen in an organization when your brand… Read More

Uber’s Culture Issues Stem from the Leadership

WRITTEN BY Juliane Corman, Consultant and Coach at ThinkHuman, a management consulting company.MAR 8, 2017 @ 12:00 PM A myriad of scandals in the past few weeks has propelled Uber and its company culture into the spotlight. Let’s briefly review – sexual harassment has been reported to HR and not… Read More

Why Remote Workplaces Fail

WRITTEN BY Meredith Haberfeld SEP 28, 2015 @ 07:00 AM Founder and CEO of ThinkHuman, a consultancy that advises organizations on employee engagement, team performance, and culture. The number of remote workers across the country is rising like a tidal wave. But too many organizations are failing at making it work. The… Read More

The Dangers of Blind Spots

By Meredith Haberfeld founder and CEO of ThinkHuman, a management consulting company.       JUL 14, 2015 @ 12:13 PM We all know blind spots are dangerous when we’re changing lanes at 60 MPH on the highway. When you’ve got a blind spot killing your company culture, it can… Read More

Your HR Department Is Having an Identity Crisis

Forget payroll and benefits, and say hello to happiness and culture . . . by Rebecca Greenfield – June 24, 2015 — 1:45 PM EDT For two years, Marti Wolf was human resources director at MailChimp. As of March, she got a new title, chief culture officer, and the new HR director reports to her. In… Read More

Rewire Your Brain for Greater Happiness

Happiness Hack — for Individuals and OrganizationsCo-authored by Dr. Amalea Seelig, Psy.D and Meredith Haberfeld, CEO of ThinkHuman. – Posted: 06/11/2015 5:57 pm Complaining. We do it all the time. Most of the time, we don’t even realize we’re doing it. We may have no idea that there’s any reason not to do it. Read More

THREE STEPS TO END OFFICE GOSSIP

SUCCESSFUL EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT REQUIRES TRUTH. ARE YOU WILLING TO HEAR IT? ARE YOUR EMPLOYEES WILLING TO EXPRESS IT? BY MEREDITH HABERFELD – May 11, 2015 | 5:00 AM Gossip not only kills morale; it kills the bottom line. No matter its delivery—an eye roll, whispered caution about a supervisor’s temper, old-fashioned talking… Read More

How to Deal with a Coworker You Literally Can’t Stand

…and make yourself look good in the process. by LAUREN VALENTI – APR 21, 2015 @ 3:03 PM You can’t choose your coworkers, but you can choose your wine… We’re kidding, but seriously, work is stressful enough on its own without office politics. Whether it’s dealing with the little things or just a plain… Read More

THE REAL COST OF NOT PAYING FOR FREELANCE VACATION AND SICK TIME

NOW THAT MICROSOFT REQUIRES COMPANIES THAT CONTRACT WITH THEM TO OFFER FREELANCERS PAID TIME OFF, WILL OTHER COMPANIES FOLLOW SUIT? BY LYDIA DISHMAN – April 3, 2015 | 5:20 AM   While paid vacation and sick time might seem like a pretty basic benefit, there is no federal policy that mandates that companies… Read More