Cloverleaf Secures Additional Funding


CINCINNATI – January 16, 2020 – Cloverleaf is proud to announce the completion of a new $1.3 million round of funding. The round was led by Queen City Angels with the participation of Mucker Capital, Connetic Ventures, Stout Street Capital, Airwing VC, and Sica Ventures.

Team Collaboration and the Tools to Help


With more collaborative company cultures, and more technology to help get the job done - the way we collaborate on teams is changing.

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21% More Profitable


It’s a drab Monday morning, and you’ve just sat down at your desk with a lukewarm cup of coffee, mentally preparing yourself for a day of rote tasks and disregarded opinions -- it’s a typical day in the average life of an undervalued employee.

Why the Name "Cloverleaf"?


I often get asked - ‘why the name Cloverleaf?’ After all, there are a lot of clover-related company names - heck we didn’t even get the dot com for this name. It boils down to the simple concept and vision of what Cloverleaf would become in those early days.

Does Your Workforce Have the Talent DNA for the Digital Future?

With the increasing adoption of automation and data-driven technologies, the workforce is changing rapidly — regardless of whether we’re prepared to face it. Keeping up with the velocity of change is vital to success, and that means building digital readiness into the DNA of your organization so your workforce is ready to face an uncertain and constantly changing future.

10 Ways to Use Cloverleaf in the New Decade- Keep your People on Fire


When the new year comes around, your people will likely come back to the office with plans, goals, exciting stories, and a momentum that is so important to keep alive as the following months near. Here are 10 ways that we can help you achieve this in the new year. Resolve old conflict.

Empower Your Team (and Why It's Important)


It makes sense - the more you empower your team to get work done, the more work will get done as engagement increases and team members are eager to accomplish the work. Still, as a manager and team leader, this is not always an easy process.

Webinar Recap: Building Awesome Remote Team Culture & Cohesion


Cloverleaf’s CEO, Darrin and Remote Team Management Expert , Jevin Maltais discussed how to build your team culture while working remote in our recent webinar. In this article, we’ll recap some of the highlights that were covered. True Team Culture Check out the video of “What is True Team Culture?”

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How To Lead A Team Building Session With Cloverleaf


You have a team full of potential. Maybe you're currently crushing your goals. Maybe you’re falling short. Maybe you want to improve relationships. Maybe you want to improve performance, or help your team work better together to solve problems.

Enneagram Type 7: The Adventurer


Enneagram type 7’s are called the adventurer. They are fun, loving, high energy and enjoy dreaming and planning all the possibilities. They are super creative and can dream up ideas that are way beyond what we would normally dream of, and they can get you there.

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2020 Report: The Future of HR

Paycor asked more than 500 leaders of medium and small businesses to talk about the present and future of HR. Download the guide and see what they said. Their responses will surprise you!

Using Cloverleaf to Leverage Team Members' Strengths


…when you can’t change their job What do you do when you’ve learned your team member is naturally wired to do something that is not in their job description? In the perfect world, you can upskill them and move them into the perfect job fit. But in the real world, there are resource constraints.

Using Cloverleaf for Successful Performance Conversations


When your employees are performing below par, it is important to know how to conduct conversations to help them improve.

How OneBridge Empowers Team Members


Here at Cloverleaf, we care about all things team culture. After writing a post over the importance of empowering your team , we reached out to a few companies to ask how a team leader within their company works to empower team members.

Using Cloverleaf to Understand your Leadership Style


Whether you realize it or not, you have a unique style as a leader, and understanding what it is can be crucial for the success of your team.

How to Activate Employee Voice to Create and Sustain a Speak Up Culture

This whitepaper details how leaders can shift into an ‘action mindset’ that allows for growth and change at every level of your organization. Speak Up cultures promote productivity, improve retention efforts, and create positive employee engagement.

Using StrengthsFinder on Cloverleaf as a Manager


WHAT IS STRENGTHSFINDER? The Gallup StrengthsFinder (also known as CliftonStrengths) was developed by Don Clifton of Gallup, an organization that is a leader in employee engagement research and consulting.

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Using Culture Pulse on Cloverleaf as a Manager


Be a Better Leader As a manager, you can use Culture Pulse to be a better leader by knowing how to guide and coach employees to an end result or goal. Everyone has a different Organizational Effectiveness style, and Culture Pulse measures this through means vs. goal.

Using Enneagram on Cloverleaf as a Manager


Leading and Training In addition to the main type, wings, and triads, the Enneagram provides you with two other pieces of information about yourself and others. These are the arrows, or directions of growth and stress, which describe how you and others act in different scenarios.

Using Cloverleaf to Onboard New Employees


Onboarding is "the process of introducing a new employee into his or her new job; acquainting that employee with the organization’s goals, values, rules and policies, and processes; and socializing the employee into an organizational culture" (Watkins, 2016). Why is good onboarding important?

The Art of Selecting Candidate Pre-Hire Assessments

Speaker: Melissa Dobbins, Founder & CEO, Career.Place

At the core of successful hiring practices is the fair and accurate evaluation of skills, abilities, knowledge and other criteria for a job. One powerful method to do this is through psychometric assessments. The right assessments used in the right way provide objective evaluation of criteria that are far more accurate than interviews alone. Unfortunately, choosing the wrong assessments or using assessments in the wrong way can lead to bad choices, biases, and even discriminatory practices that violate compliance standards.

Hard skills vs. soft skills: Is EQ the best predictor of success?


This post was originally published on Vervoe. In the world of hiring, soft skills have recently become the holy grail of recruiting. Soft skills – emotional intelligence and interpersonal skills like communication and empathy – are among the most in-demand qualifications a candidate can bring to the table. According to one LinkedIn survey, more than half of nearly 300 hiring managers reported that the lack of soft skills among job candidates is limiting their company’s productivity.

Remote Teams Trust: From a Distance and Through Technology


TRUST: WHY IS IT IMPORTANT? One thing we know about remote and distributed teams is that connection is the key to performance. Trust is an essential building block of group cohesion (Sarker, Valachich, & Sarker, 2003), and trust is required for team success (Handy, 1995).

Using Cloverleaf's 16 Types Assessment at Work


Did you know that over 80% of Fortune 500 companies use some version of Carl Jung’s research today? Cloverleaf’s 16 Types is based on the principles of humanistic psychologist Carl Jung.

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Using Cloverleaf to Lead Your Best Interviews


As a manager, you’ve got a lot on your plate. So many meetings, people, and responsibilities… all for the sake of making your team the best it can be. Recruiting and hiring the best people is essential to your team’s success.

Recognition and Rewards Buyers Guide

Recognition and rewards are an integral part of your company’s employee experience. So, it’s critical to get a platform that fits your company culture on the first try. Check out this guide to understand what questions to ask before finding a new Recognition & Rewards platform.

Using Cloverleaf to Engage with Remote Teams


In the world of remote work, there are (at least ) three things that we can all agree on: Remote work is not going anywhere. Remote work is actually becoming more and more popular.

Using Cloverleaf as a Manager


Whether you’re an experienced manager or brand new to managing, there are unique challenges that come with leading a team. It’s not always about making sure everyone’s meeting goals and deadlines, and it’s not always about being the strongest leader in the room.

Building a Successful Team


Teams were made because we aren’t meant to face the world alone. From collaboration and sparking of new ideas, to personal connections and monthly team cookouts, your team could be what you look forward to in the morning coming into work.

Enneagram: Arrows


IF YOU READ OUR LAST BLOG ON wings , YOU ARE PROBABLY STARTING TO GET A HANG OF WHAT THE ENNEAGRAM IS. NOW, LET’S MOVE ON TO THE ARROWS. There are two types of arrows that branch off of your Enneagram Type.

Year in Review: Talent Acquisition in 2019 & the 2020 Impact

The year 2019 in talent acquisition was full of key learnings and insights that you can leverage in order to start 2020 ahead of the recruiting pack. This report walks you through core trends to continuously examine as you plan your recruiting strategy for 2020 and beyond.

Enneagram: Triads



Enneagram: How to Self-Type


The Enneagram is quite a complex system. Which is good, because you’re quite a complex human. We all have pieces within us from all 9 types, so it can be tricky to find your type.

Enneagram: Wings


The Enneagram might seem overwhelming after you finish it. You get your type, and several other numbers, but what does this mean? Don’t worry we’ll break it down for you, starting with your wing. Wings are the numbers that reside directly on the two sides of your Enneagram Type.

Enneagram Type 6: The Loyalist


Enneagram type 6 is called the loyalist. They are steady, loyal and keep things running, even behind the scenes, without needing attention or being in the spotlight. They can be very anxious and fearful. They need a constant flow of information in order to plan and execute.

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5 Culture Trends for 2019

As we approach 2019, major shifts in the work environment will continue to affect the ways companies do business. Companies that are looking to attract, engage, and retain top talent should leverage these trends to create workplaces where employees thrive.

Enneagram Type 5: The Investigator


Enneagram type 5 is called the investigator. Type fives are studious, readily taking deep dives into whatever they ind interest in. They take comfort in knowledge and being the expert in the room about a certain topic or skillset.