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Dec
19
Juice Inc.

In the world of innovation, it’s not enough to simply have great ideas; to be truly innovative, you also need to implement them.Municipal World December 2017 - Innovation & City of Edmonton

Recently, the City of Edmonton applied a structured innovation process to enhance its tree planting program. That process was based on Juice Inc’s Innovation in a Box training program.

In this article for Municipal World, Rick Boersma shares:


  • how the City of Edmonton’s new tree planting solution has allowed the municipality to effectively “do more with less”
  • why implementation—despite good intentions—does not always happen; and
  • how innovation does not always have to be about big ideas.

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Dec
15
Alex Somos

Christmas is almost here!

For many, the holiday season is filled with lots of fun activities, visiting friends and family, going to parties, and eating lots of delicious food.

But every year around this time, I also encourage loved ones to do something meaningful and special for people in their community.

All it requires is taking a breath in the middle of all that hustle and bustle, and defining how you want to spend your time and hard-earned income...on others.

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Dec
7
Juice Inc.

In the fitness business world, ensuring a “healthy culture” isn’t just about physical wellbeing.

Rather, a strong corporate culture can lead to higher employee engagement, better client experiences, more innovation, less turnover, and improved loyalty.

In this article for Fitness Business Canada, Juice co-founder Brady Wilson shares simple, cost-effective tips to help clubs, studios and fitness organizations infuse energy throughout the workplace—and reap the many benefits.

 

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Nov
23
Juice Inc.


You know your employees are grown-ups. So why do you sometimes treat them like children?

This isn’t about power-tripping. Rather, it’s something more primal—related to brain science.

In this article for Realizing Leadership, Brady Wilson shares:
  • why business leaders sometimes slip into parenting mode;
  • the damage this type of managerial style inflicts on the workplace; and
  • how to increase productivity using a partnering approach.
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Nov
9
Juice Inc.

“The more you manage engagement, the more disengaged, cynical and exhausted your employees become.”Your Workplace -  Brady  Wilson

That is the Engagement Paradox.

And that’s exactly what Brady Wilson, Inc.com contributor and author of the book Beyond Engagement, discussed earlier this year at the Your Workplace Conference in Toronto. 

In this 12-minute video, Brady reveals why organizations are failing at traditional employee engagement.

 

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Nov
2
Jean-Francois (JF) Hivon

The Juice team is excited to announce a new strategic partnership with Municipal World—Canada’s municipal magazine, and the world’s longest continuously-published magazine of its kind.

For the next few months, Juice will be carrying out research and training on topics of interest to the municipal workplace, including:

  • leadership development,
  • employee engagement, and
  • innovation.

Along the way, Municipal World will be sharing our exciting new content, insights and practical tips for public sector professionals. Click here to read our latest article.

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Oct
20
Juice Inc.

Business Insanity - Juice Inc.Operating a small business can be challenging—particularly when you want to take your company to the next level.

To encourage growth and innovation, leaders must therefore adopt ways that truly engage and energize their employees.
 

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Sep
26
Brady Wilson
Juice Inc.

Get this: the most critical skill you could possibly ever have is also an operating system—but it’s not technology.

It’s conversation.

In fact, conversation is the critical backbone that can make or break employee productivity. But too often, leaders see conversation as a waste of time.

In this article for Inc.com, Juice co-founder Brady Wilson discusses:

  • the power of conversation on an individual and business level,
  • how conversation positively affects the human brain, and
  • how leaders can easily create frequent (but time-efficient) opportunities to connect with employees.

 

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Sep
12
Brady Wilson
Juice Inc.

At Juice, we’ve said this many, many times: tension can actually be really, really good for business.
 

Even it culminates into something resembling an argument, tension can spark innovation, fuel performance, drive learning and—believe it or not—forge trust!
 

In this article for Inc.com, Juice co-founder Brady Wilson:
 

  • discusses the benefits of tension in the workplace; and
     
  • shares a true story about how one company saw a $7 million increase in  business, simply for taking the plunge and stepping into tense situations!
     
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Aug
22
Juice Inc.

July’s Democratic National Convention was home to many inspirational speeches.

But perhaps none were as highly regarded as the one by Michelle Obama.

Why couldn’t we stop listening to her? And why did we find ourselves agreeing with everything she said?

The secret lies in brain science.

For this article for Inc.com, Juice co-founder Brady Wilson shares how to capture and maintain people’s attention: by first appealing to emotion, and then backing it up with reason.
 

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Aug
10
Juice Inc.

Engagement on its own is never enough. To succeed, you also need energy.

That’s what Brady Wilson learned when he ran the Boston Marathon in 2012 and 2014.

That’s right: Brady—Juice co-founder, “Energy Architect” and four-time book author, ran the world’s oldest annual marathon…twice.

Whether you’re an entrepreneur, business leader or employee, take two minutes to read this Inc.com article on how to boost your performance—by managing energy, rather than engagement.

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Aug
8
Juice Inc.

It doesn’t matter where you work or what kind of job you do.

We at Juice Inc. believe that every single person deserves to have energy left at the end of the work day: for their families, friends and community.

Unfortunately, something in the business world continues to interfere with employees’ energy levels. And in turn, that’s affecting organizations’ bottom lines.

The challenge is identifying:

  • what is interfering with that energy, and
  • what business leaders can do to take their employees beyond the traditional understanding of engagement.
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