Growth
Breaking Up is Hard to Do
Leadership
#IHateHarrassmentTraining

The proliferation of the #metoo hashtag has left many executives with their stomachs in knots. Even as we shared our own stories of inappropriate behavior at work – and we all have them – we also silently wondered if we’ve done enough to combat similar situations in our own organizations. Our greatest fear being that […]

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Working Well
Year-End 2017 and Planning for 2018

We are days away from making our calendar journey around the Sun. Are you ready for year-end? We at Mettise would like to provide a few updates regarding taxes and filing deadlines. Wishing you all a very Happy New Year! 2018 Tax Bulletin The 2018 social security wage (OASDI) base limit is $128,400.00 with a maximum […]

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Working Well
Mental Health in the Workplace

“Mental health awareness is about breaking the stigma by offering opportunities to talk about those issues. It is estimated that one in four employees in the workplace either have a mental health condition, or are living with or supporting a loved one with a mental illness. Incentives are high for employers who go the extra […]

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Working Well
Being Intentional With Networking Opportunities

How many times have you gone to a networking event only to chat and mingle with people you already know?  As a business owner or executive, it is important to take advantage of your networking opportunities. Networking events can offer you the chance to solidify a business relationship, create a new connection, develop potential strategic […]

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Leadership
Gritty

What does it take to do really well in life? Does effort overshadow talent for the outstanding achievers? One of my top personal values is Tenacity which I define as perseverance and never giving up no matter the obstacles.  While one of the core values we have identified at The Mettise Group is Grit. It’s […]

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Working Well
The Burn Out Blahs

You know the feeling…You need to focus, but you’re tired and not fully engaged. You’re the opposite of energized and don’t know how to get your mojo back. It’s hard for those of us who burn the candle at both ends to recognize that we do in fact need to take a break at times […]

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Working Well
25 Low Cost Ways to Reward Employees

Research shows that feeling appreciated—which comes from recognition from others—is one of the top three drivers of employee engagement. The best news is that showing appreciation doesn’t have to cost a lot of time or money. A sincere word of thanks costs nothing and is very effective. Post a thank you note on their door in […]

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Leadership
Secrets to Successful Delegation

By Danielle Ezell – Consultant, The Mettise Group Do you frequently take work home or work late? Does your team function smoothly when you aren’t there? Do you over-rule or reverse decision made by team members? Do you do some things your team members could be doing? When you return from a trip, is there […]

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Leadership
The Most Impactful Person in a Company Might Not Be the Boss!

By: Kati Hanna – Consultant, The Mettise Group Early in my professional career I was fortunate enough to learn one of my most treasured business lessons… often the person that can make things happen for you is not the owner or CEO of the company. As a consultant working in a National Sales Director capacity for […]

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