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October 8, 2021
Leaders often rely on tried-and-true practices to be successful, such as strategic planning, annual objectives, and budgeting processes. After all, you’re looking years into the future and determining priorities. The problem is that these practices can act as boxes that prevent growth.
October 8, 2021
In an economy characterized by not enough workers but too many jobs—you’re competing for talent, as the hirer. Strict, black-and-white workforce policies will quickly put you at a disadvantage; about 1 in 3 workers say they’d quit if forced to return to the office full
September 30, 2021
According to a study conducted by Freelancers Union and Upwork, the number of gig economy contract workers has grown to 57 million in recent years; this accounts for 35% of the U.S. workforce. The future of work involves the gig economy. But despite the growing number of contract workers, freelancers, and consultants cropping up, business leaders aren’t developing future-looking strategies with the gig economy in mind.
September 21, 2021
Podcast: Women at the Top
Most of us want to make a lasting and meaningful difference at work and in our personal lives. But we’re daunted by the size of the challenges, afraid of the cost or commitment and, quite frankly, unsure of where to start.
September 1, 2021
C-Suite Radio: Elevate Your Leadership
If you own a business, listen to every word in this episode. Sue Bingham shares what she learned and implemented over a 30 plus year career. Sue, a former HR executive, is an expert in effectively using culture to form a common language, leading to greater collaboration, and increased ROI.
August 31, 2021
Hr Daily Advisor
National, local, and company mandates have been met with a lot of resistance. Many workers have expressed their dissatisfaction by resigning, but vaccination policies are complicated in some industries.
August 20, 2021
Unfortunately, most traditional cultures are based on fear, usually because of an autocratic leader. That’s likely why 46% of employees say they’re dissatisfied with their organizations’ experiences. In these situations, long-term employees adopt a survival mindset.
June 19, 2021
Creating Great Workplaces
As the economy opens up, employees are in the driver’s seat. Sue Bingham shares her decades of real world experience for how companies can create workplaces people want to be part of.
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