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July 29, 2022
Like many companies at the beginning of the pandemic, we knew that if we wanted to survive, we couldn’t wait for lockdowns to end. We had to think differently and make experimentation the ethos of our company.
In the past, we looked at trying new things as another “goal” to add to the list. But we couldn’t get hung up on perfection as revenue declined. So we decided to experiment and launch short digital workshops in lieu of our traditional offerings.
March 1, 2022
CEO World Magazine
Do you see the Great Resignation as a human resources challenge or a company problem? So far, leaders are placing it in the former category, leaving the HR department to figure things out.
January 10, 2022
C-Suite Network Advisor
I recently spoke with a strong, experienced transportation safety expert who had just left his company. He is an alumnus of our High Performance Leadership Workshop™ and had been hoping to introduce the high-performance approach to his company’s new HR Director. Unfortunately, when we connected, I learned that,
November 22, 2021
HR Daily Advisor
Professional certification for HR jobs tends to focus on compliance and risk mitigation. As an HR executive, you likely view these certifications as important—and that’s understandable. But this focus often
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.
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