logoSign upLog in
  1. ProducerAnurag Harsh

    Anurag Harsh

    The Smart Way to Collaborate
    The Smart Way to CollaborateCollaboration is a fantastic concept. It evokes teamwork, functionality, and innovation. When we work together, amazing things can happen. The world is covered with examples. The pyramids of Egypt, the skyscrapers of New York City, probes sent off...


    George Murrow
    16/08/2016 #3 George Murrow
    I need to start my road n your lecture is one dynamic way I shall read. Thank you sir for the advices n ideas you have construed with this killer bee General Bebo n ma hope also send their regards.
    George Murrow /hobounivercity.com
    Steve Brady
    15/08/2016 #2 Steve Brady
    Makes a lot of sense to me, Anurag! Thanks for the buzz!
    mohammed khalaf
    15/08/2016 #1 mohammed khalaf
    If you want to seek their advice - they'll appreciate your desire to grow as an employee. If possible, find a mentor. A more experienced colleague who can offer you valuable advice. He or she can also advocate for you when you are being considered for a promotion. Notice how things get done, think about the values of the company, and gain an understanding of the culture of the organization.
  2. ProducerDeb Lange

    Deb Lange

    The simple but complex secret of what makes teams work well
    The simple but complex secret of what makes teams work wellEngagement in the workplace is at an all-time low. People are tired of talking heads. They’re bored in the boardroom and distracted by smartphones and apps. What if there are other ways to connect deeply, inspire creativity and encourage...


    Claudio Vetica
    24/07/2016 #10 Claudio Vetica
    i impressed how clear is your idea, i like it and agree with you, starting from safety, company should reach a level of real connection. I think next step should be "goal alignment ". in a matrix organization now, more than in the past, you find some different trend and goal sometimes in contrast each with other. safe workplace in a ggod achievement always in challenge, but safe relationship will be a primary challenge, and at all levels!
    Deb Lange
    20/07/2016 #9 Deb Lange
    #5 @Ali Anani thank-you for your gentle, kind words. We all need to feel safe to do be able to do anything in the world. we can take responsibility for our own safety and also consider how is what I am doing, saying and being impacting on someone else's feeling of safety.
    Deb Lange
    20/07/2016 #8 Deb Lange
    #6 Yes Exactly Sue Chien Lee = wonderful to meet you.
    Sue Chien Lee
    19/07/2016 #7 Sue Chien Lee
    Thank you @Deb Lange. In you we trust.
    Sue Chien Lee
    19/07/2016 #6 Sue Chien Lee
    "People are more likely to take a risk and offer unique ideas, the more they feel safe, accepted and have a sense of belonging.
    -- Deborah Lange"

    Great post @Deb Lange -- glad to meet you!
    Ali Anani
    19/07/2016 #5 Ali Anani
    @Deb Lange- love this post and I feel "safe" to comment. I quote you "Now is the time to take safety to the level of emotional and psychological safety". Absolutely, and safety must be achieved at all levels and dimensions. Safety beings engagement and this in turn promotes cooperation. As I am writing now a buzz on factors that affect human behavior, I must say that very few references included the effect of feeling safe on behaviors. You buzz highlight a crucial point and I am sharing it proudly, Deb.
    Deb Lange
    19/07/2016 #4 Deb Lange
    #3 yes learning who to trust and who not to is critical. It sounds like you have very good intuitive skills!
    Brian McKenzie
    19/07/2016 #3 Brian McKenzie
    I have extremely low levels of trust, and I have been rewarded time and time again for not stepping into a disfunctional team, organization, relationship, conflict or country. I work on solutions as an outsider - direct report to C-Suite, I am not a member of your team, org chart or happy snazzy mission statement....nor am I blinded by them. And you can implement my risk assessments and mitigations or not. I paid by project - do as you will, but often - if the org fails to make changes, I will bet against them. * PS I cleaned up on Enron, it is how I funded my house downpayment and renovations.....pity I wasn't watching the housing market as close as the energy market - i got severely screwed on that - I no longer trust banks, real estate, derivative markets, the Fed, nor stock market.....nor most things apple pie, baseball, hot dogs or Chevrolet.
    Deb Lange
    19/07/2016 #2 Deb Lange
    #1 Yes Laurent, however, some Managers believe it is up to the employee to create their own safety, or if they agree safety is important, many are unaware of how what is said and done results in intimidation and lack of emotional safety. Management need to look with new eyes of the process of their interactions, the how, not just the what. In fact, there is a whole new suite of expertise Management requires which is being acutely aware of patterns of behaviour and consequences to the fulfilment and performance of teams.
    Laurent BOSCHERINI
    19/07/2016 #1 Anonymous
    Thank you Deb Lange for sharing your insightful and educational post.
    I am totally agree with the Google result, as the first step of human management efficiency.
  3. ProducerPaul Netscher

    Paul Netscher

    10 lessons we can learn from the Tour de France
    10 lessons we can learn from the Tour de France What is arguably the greatest cycle race in the World is underway and I’m sure many are glued to their televisions, while millions more line the roads to cheer on their cycling heroes or just to be part of the atmosphere. Now I’m not a cyclist...
  4. ProducerJavier beBee

    Javier beBee

    beBee, THE TEAM
    beBee, THE TEAMThe founders, Juan and Javier. Some weeks ago, I show you our HIVE https://www.bebee.com/producer/@javiercamara/our-daily-hive, but it was empty. Now I am happy to introduce the team :-)Quality & Support Team: Adriana, Breno, Cristina,...


    Javier beBee
    15/08/2016 #111 Javier beBee
    For those who are asking me what is beBee :),...... beBee is about professional networking through personal interests and hobbies. Take golfers, for example. It is the same concept but applied to all professions and personal interests or hobbies. Personal interests generate much more professional engagement and better business opportunities."
    Dr. Allen Brown
    09/08/2016 #110 Dr. Allen Brown
    My goodness. What a wonderful looking crew. No wonder it feel so good to be part of the Hive. Being surrounded by so much positive energy is exciting.
    Jim Murray
    09/08/2016 #109 Jim Murray
    Wow. Glad to meet everybody.
    Javier beBee
    09/08/2016 #108 Javier beBee
    @Maria Fafard, thanks for sharing it and welcome to beBee!
    Brian McKenzie
    05/08/2016 #107 Brian McKenzie
    Nice to meet a lot of the bee behind the scenes !
    Jianlan Li
    04/08/2016 #106 Jianlan Li
    I like you so much!
    Dr. Allen Brown
    25/07/2016 #105 Dr. Allen Brown
    You have a very talented team. I am impressed with the level of enthusiasm and energy that you project. I look forward to continuing to be a part of the tremendous growth that is unprecedented.
    Gerald Hecht
    25/07/2016 #104 Gerald Hecht
    @Javier beBee it's good that this is going round again...kicked up into a higher orbital!
    Federico Álvarez San Martín
    13/07/2016 #103 Federico Álvarez San Martín
    The battle for the relevants continuous... @Javier beBee and @Juan Imaz
    Gerald Hecht
    12/07/2016 #102 Gerald Hecht
    #101 @Javier beBee thank you for all of these hives...for all that you and the technical, creative, and marketing teams have built...and the opportunity to be a tiny part of it; watching affinity scale up and out through diplomacy and ambassadorship!
    Gerald Hecht
    11/07/2016 #100 Gerald Hecht
    #99 @Amour Setter sharing it linked is easy; getting them to share it with anyone else however...
    Amour Setter
    11/07/2016 #99 Amour Setter
    Fantastic and very impressive!!! Makes me want to be part of this incredible team. Where can I sign up, lol ;) I'm going to share this on LinkedIn.
    Gerald Hecht
    11/07/2016 #98 Gerald Hecht
    #97 @Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD the shortened version of the Dylan film doesn't work and the long version doesn't work the first time...so yeah lots of popcorn or whatever works; requires complete focus for the duration
    Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    10/07/2016 #97 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    #95 @Gerald Hecht: Yeah! The Matrix was a complete surprise, all those slow-motion action microseconds...just love that. It's exactly like you said, putting a scene under a microscope to slow it down for enriched absorption. Sweet success, once the full effect really hits the brain! And cow!~ 8 hrs on Bob Dylan? Where's the popcorn? Extra salt, please, lol!
    Joanna Hofman
    10/07/2016 #96 Joanna Hofman
    #89 and.. Dziekuje :)
    Gerald Hecht
    09/07/2016 #95 Gerald Hecht
    #93 @Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD some movies (lots actually), like "Inception", "The Matrix" (first one), "Jacob's Ladder", the 8 hour version of Bob Dylan's "Renaldo and Clara", "2001"...I walked out of the theatre feeling "like I'd been abducted by aliens"...some films such as those, I am still investigating in the laboratory!
    Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    09/07/2016 #94 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    #91 Seriously, yes? My father always told me to strive to find a job that wasn't a "job." It was just "fun." And look, these guys?... they are so blessed to have it!...and Yeah! for us as they pass it along! So thank you, @Javier beBee View more
    #91 Seriously, yes? My father always told me to strive to find a job that wasn't a "job." It was just "fun." And look, these guys?... they are so blessed to have it!...and Yeah! for us as they pass it along! So thank you, @Javier beBee and @Juan Imaz extraordinares! Close
    Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    09/07/2016 #93 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    #92 My sentiments exactly! Layers of layers! That's why I need to watch the same movie twice sometimes, too, like The Phantom of the Opera....I just can't comprehend it all at once. And that is just okay with me....that means it's got depth!
    Gerald Hecht
    08/07/2016 #92 Gerald Hecht
    @Javier beBee The first time I read this (which really wasn't that long ago; maybe a month), I really couldn't for the life me figure out what you were talking about. At all. Periodically, I go back and read it (like today...now)...and the sheer genius of the construct, is now easily seen...it wasn't that the concepts were complex abstractions...the exact opposite...like an actual honey bee buzzing past one's ear on a summer afternoon, toward some unseen destination, it was simply hiding in plain sight
  5. Jim Murray

    Jim Murray

    A true story from my mis-spent youth.
    Jim Murray
    My Very First Lesson In Teamwork
    onwordsandupwords.wordpress.com When I was a young warthog, growing up in the small town of Fort Erie, a good part of my time in the summer was spent on the Niagara River. One of the few rivers in the world that flow north, the...


    Cory Galbraith
    03/04/2016 #4 Cory Galbraith
    A powerful two-punch with bebee and wordpress Jim. As usual, well-written - and takes the reader back to our own younger days of risk taking and learning.
    Ken Boddie
    03/04/2016 #3 Ken Boddie
    I'm glad, Jim, that you didn't disappear into oblivion over the falls, when you were a "young warthog". Who would Phil Friedman have to argue with?
    Lisa Gallagher
    03/04/2016 #2 Lisa Gallagher
    Enjoyed your story Jim! Your a great story teller and writer.
    Chas Wyatt
    03/04/2016 #1 Chas Wyatt
    This is a great story, Jim. Thanks for sharing it here.