Bio

Jamie Notter

Jamie is a founding parter of WorkXO. He began his career in the international conflict resolution field, running training programs in areas of ethnic conflict in the 1990s. He transitioned into organizational work, initially as a diversity trainer and consultant, and later leading his own management consulting practice, where he specialized in helping systems work through their most difficult conversations. In the end, he realized that it all came back to culture, so that is his focus today.

Specialties: Corporate culture, conflict resolution and negotiation, team performance and development, retreat facilitation, training design and delivery, leadership development, strategy development, social media.

http://www.workxo.com

Recent Articles

3 Tips for Managing External Collaboration

Written by Jamie Notter

How you collaborate outside your organization is just as telling of your culture.

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How to Encourage Collaboration Among Your Team

Written by Jamie Notter

If it's forced, it's not providing value.

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The Dark Side of Collaboration

Written by Jamie Notter

What is the opportunity cost?

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What Does Your Annual Meeting Say About Your Culture?

Written by Jamie Notter

The way you run the show is a major reflection on your organization.

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The Link Between Office Design and Culture

Written by Jamie Notter

Is your office space conducive to your desired outcome?

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Redefining Dress for Success

Written by Jamie Notter

A suit & tie. But why?

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How to Hire Your Next Rockstar Employee

Written by Jamie Notter

Instead of the traditional interview process, try this...

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An Employee Forever or a Temporary Tour?

Written by Jamie Notter

Rather than assuming your employees are permanent, why not offer a slightly different arrangement?

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What We Can’t Admit About Recruiting

Written by Jamie Notter

I swear to tell the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth - except during the hiring process.

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Tips on Adding Transparency to Budgeting

Written by Jamie Notter

Why are we closed off when it comes to our organization's finances?

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