Ben Patient

Ben Patient

Benjamin is a strategic thinker and people-focused leader who has demonstrated an ability to repeatedly achieve great business results at Fortune 100 companies by challenging himself to think about people and processes differently.  He has demonstrated his ability to guide leadership development based on each individual's strengths, and helping leaders connect the dots.  Benjamin thoroughly understands the importance of building genuine relationships in the workplace to meet business goals.

You can connect with him on LinkedIn.

  • Employee Engagement... It's Not About the Metric Jul 23, 2015

    I am sure that many of us have had at least one experience where a boss who is typically indifferent comes to work, or into our department and begins acting strange. read more

  • 3 Ways We Encourage Bad Behavior Feb 01, 2015

    I invite you to join me in February to Tweet #goodjob for good behavior shown by employees, coworkers, and leaders. read more

  • ​Is HR Really Measuring ROI? Nov 05, 2014

    There are many activities that are included in daily business operations. It may be important that each of these duties be done. What is important is prioritizing business activities to measure success. read more

  • ​2 Weeks, or Not 2 Weeks, That is the Question Sep 23, 2014

    It seems that the idea of quitting a job, or the right way to quit a job is a matter of perspective. I was recently in a conversation with friends discussing the topic of quitting a job. While many people state a better opportunity as their ... read more

  • ​6 Forces to Consider in Strategic Planning Sep 01, 2014

    This summer the World Future Conference began with a session entitled “The Perfect Storm,” a session by Dr. Edwin Mouriño-Ruiz. Dr. Mouriño-Ruiz, a 30 year veteran in the field of HR, began his career in the U.S. Air Force, making him a vet ... read more

  • ​Diamonds and Millennial Retention: The 4 C’s Aug 25, 2014

    When selecting a diamond, I am told that it is essential to consider the 4 C’s: Color, Cut, Clarity, and Carat. These 4 C’s determine the value of a diamond and will not change. These are important to consider BEFORE your purchase, because ... read more

  • ​Leaders, Managers, and Vampires Aug 12, 2014

    I have recently noticed many posts and articles about leaders and managers. These posts share that being a leader is better than being a manager. What these posts are missing are the vampires. Vampires are the third type of boss and they ... read more

  • Punishing Jaywalkers or Stopping Traffic: What is your practice? Aug 04, 2014

    I attended an educational course over the first part of this summer. Due to the location of the building, it was nearly impossible to park nearby, so parking across the street was the only real option. The street was not a traffic interse ... read more

  • Job Fair Jul 23, 2014

    So, you're representing your company at a job fair, and your company uses an online application management system. It makes sense to tell job fair attendees to go online and apply. Right? It seems that this is where many are missing the mar ... read more

  • Dreadlocks, Tattoos, and the EEOC Jul 04, 2014

    Many companies have instituted policies against dreadlocks and tattoos. What is your practice in handling these when they are religious based? read more