podcast network thriving establishing a resilient culture roundtable

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Ultimately, the elements of a successful culture can be broken down into a handful of defining attributes. Which attributes are highlighted is the decision of each company, but a universal essential is empathy. Tune-in to our final episode to discover what happens when a group of caring people all pitch-in.       ### Don’t… Read more »

Podcast Network Thriving Establishing a Resilient Culture | Leader Impact on Company Culture

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Culture is certainly the product of deliberate effort, but the behavior of an organization’s leaders can be far more impactful than raffles or lunches. The roundtables discusses just how far-reaching the effects of emulation can be.       ### Don’t forget to download and subscribe to The England Logistics Podcast Network on iTunes, Spotify,… Read more »

Podcast Network Thriving Establishing a Resilient Culture | Demands on the corporate world, remote work, changing market

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The demands on the corporate world have been heavy: Extensive safety precautions, a historic leap to remote work, and an ever-changing market have demanded the priorities of most companies. In this flurry of unprecedented conditions, culture may easily be neglected as important, but not essential. Listen to a roundtable of industry leaders discuss what happens… Read more »


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There are a lot of moving parts to LTL freight shipping. From pickup to delivery, there are plenty of reasons you’ll need to reach out to your LTL carrier. It’s crucial that you reach the right person quickly to keep shipping efficient and cost-effective. Effective communicating with LTL carriers can make the difference in your… Read more »

Creating Supply Chain Flexibility and Resilience DHL

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Written by Greg Hewitt, DHL Blog   Your business’s ability to reach new audiences and markets – and to deliver high-quality service to those it already serves – depends on the strength and resilience of your supply chain. A flexible supply chain that gives you options is clearly preferable to one that doesn’t adapt and… Read more »


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It’s a tried and true principle: gratitude makes people happy. Just ask Harvard [1], Psychology Today [2], and Oprah [3]. There’s something in our neurochemistry that craves a thankful perspective. But how far-reaching does the power of gratitude extend? Certainly counting your blessings has other dividends beside a good mood. Please don’t misunderstand, happiness is… Read more »


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The COVID-19 pandemic may be keeping more people at home, but the Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance (CVSA) is still holding its annual Operation Safe Driver Week this week, July 12th-18th. This safety initiative, which takes place in North America, encourages law personnel to identify drivers who are operating vehicles unsafely. “It’s essential that this enforcement… Read more »

two men exchanging puzzle piece with text why being a team player is the best move for your career

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Picture in your mind the most collaborative individual at your company. This employee is likely to always contribute to meetings, and is then anxious to hear the contributions of their peers. They probably crave feedback. This individual you’re thinking of is also probably in leadership, or some cultural role. They are likely to be successful…. Read more »


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Written by Phillip Poland, DHL Blog   Sometimes the most difficult part of negotiating an international contract is the language barrier.  English is a second language for many of us and we do not all speak the same “English”.  Wouldn’t it be great to cut through the English language barrier and reach common ground when… Read more »

one on ones as a coaching tool

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  When working in a business, setting clear expectations between an individual team member and his/her leader is foundational to effective performance. However, continued and regular follow-up, and supportive coaching, is critical to sustained success. The strongest approach to effective follow-up is a consistent cadence of one-on-one discussions between the employee and her/his leader. These… Read more »