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Qualities of a Software Engineer

Based off of Cloverleaf’s data, this month we are highlighting common Software Engineer’s personality and strengths.

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5 Short Questions to Improve Workplace Productivity

Answering these few questions may help you better understand where your organization is at and explain how higher engagement between employees and managers can result in more productive employees.

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Qualities of a Sales Role

Based off of Cloverleaf’s data, this month we are highlighting common Sales Role’s personality and strengths.

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The Benefits of Shared Experiences for Teams

We wholeheartedly believe that shared experiences are an amazing way to increase team effectiveness. Here’s how:

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Qualities of a Project Manager

Each month we will highlight a different role’s personality and strengths data that we’ve collected. This month we’re focusing the role of a Project Manager.

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Creating a Culture of Learning

We wanted to have a discussion that inspired ideas on implementing a greater learning culture within your own organization.

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Interns Turned Teammates

There's something magical that happens to teams during the summer months in offices across the world. The magic? Interns.


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New Feature Release: Admin Dashboard

You talked, we listened. New feature: Admin Dashboard. Manage all the people, teams, tags, and admin in your organization from one screen.

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Stages of Team Development

Cloverleaf and the Talent Magnet Institute bring you tips for team development at each stage of Tuckman’s model; Forming, Storming, Norming, and Performing.

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Cloverleaf's ROI

It is hard to put numbers with things like improved collaboration, improved communication, and decreased turnover …

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How do I take the Myers Briggs personality indicator test?

There are many “Myers Briggs Type Indicator” assessments available online but only one has rights to the official name. Our version of the MBTI is called “16 Types” and features the same four letter acronym results that divides assessment takers into one of 16 categories.

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Top 25 Collaboration Technology

We're proud to announce that CIO Applications named Cloverleaf as one of their "Top 25 Collaboration Technology Companies" of 2018.

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You Make Me Brave

"I can't do this! I don't want to do it!  I need Lydia! Lydia, help me. You make me brave!" In a vulnerable moment my son was able to experience the value of teams.  We weren't made to go this alone.

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We're In the News!

It's not everyday you raise a $1 million seed round, to further your business goals and expand your team. Cheers to a successful future!

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Visualizing The Shape Of Teams

I like to think of teams as having a “shape.” Each team has its own unique form, made up of outliers. Imagine a rubber band being stretched around a set of pegs on a pegboard.

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What Is A Positive Outlier?

Do you feel like you belong to your team? And feel free to swap out the word "team" for anything else. Family, neighborhood, club...

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Office Schmucks: An Interview with Dr. Foster

Dr. Jody Foster found a niche for providing psychiatry to non-psychiatrists in the business world - especially when it came to helping the venture capital world evaluate management teams. She explains what’s she learned over the past decade.

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Relationships are Critical to Team Success

The 2016 baseball season didn't go well for my son, Peter. He was mired in the outfield (the last place you want to be in youth baseball), didn't hit the ball well and wasn't having fun. Turns out, it was the team that made all the difference.


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