The Best Business Strategy for Crisis Recovery

If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader.~ John Quincy Adams As a leader, what strategy are you using…

Tough Times, Wise Decisions

In a time when “flattening the curve” requires universal participation, when, how, and who to re-open requires tough decisions. Wise business leadership is needed more than ever before. There’s no…
Promoting Gender Equality in the Workplace

Promoting Gender Equality in the Workplace

Companies across the world often report that they are committed to gender diversity. In reality, this commitment hasn’t yet translated into meaningful progress. Female workers are still paid less than…
The Advantages of a Multigenerational Workforce

The Advantages of a Multigenerational Workforce

Many workers keep their job positions into their sixties (some even into their seventies). The average life span is extended, so people continue to work because they need funds to…
How to Become a More Resilient Leader

How to Become a More Resilient Leader

Resilient leaders manage to maintain a strong sense of opportunity and a positive attitude during turbulent periods. They don’t bad-mouth previous employers, throw tantrums, blame others, or give up. In…

How Healthy Relationships Help You Build Confidence

There are several factors that can help you move from competence to confidence, and the first one on the list includes developing working relationships. Effective relationship mapping helps to identify…

The Importance of Engaging in Meaningful Conversations in the Workplace

Both professional and personal relationships depend on conversations. Having honest and worthy conversations is what enables us to find common ground and engage with each other despite alternate perspectives and…

Sustaining Real Collaboration and Partnerships through Learning Conversations

Interpersonal “mush” in the workplace develops when employees invent stories to explain puzzling behavior, actions, and attitudes. Real collaboration can be challenging to sustain because it requires robust partnerships among…

How HR Leaders Can Help Bridge Generational Gaps in the Workplace

With baby boomers being present in the workplace, it means that your workforce is comprised of four generations – baby boomers, generation X, millennials, and generation Z. These generations have…

What Is the Right Way to Handle Difficult Conversations?

Having difficult conversations with staff members or superiors is something that HR leaders have to deal with on an occasional basis. Research shows us that there are three main types…