adapting to change

Adapting to Change

Dealing with change comes naturally with every phase of life. You (and your parents) faced a significant change when you…

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employee experience

Employee Experience Is Here To Stay

Fax Machines. Blackberrys. iPod Touches. Typewriters. Pay Phones. All things we rarely use because better, more efficient things have come…

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conscious leadership

Conscious Leadership 101

As a human, you wake up everyday and make several choices within just a few minutes of opening our eyes – what to wear, whether…

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DISC: What it is and how to use it

In the first half of the 20th century, William Moulton Marston created the lie detector, a well-known personality theory, and…

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5 Things Great Leaders Embody

5 Things That Great Leaders Embody

“To be a leader, you have to make people want to follow you, and nobody wants to follow someone who…

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Individualized Management: What it is and Why it’s Important

If you’re a people manager and expect a one-size-fits-all model to elevate, support, and drive your team beyond their goals—stop…

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benchmarking & gamification

Benchmarking & Gamification: Making Management Transparent and Fun

In my 7th-grade keyboarding class, we used a program to teach us how to type. It was space-themed and led…

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state of management

State of Management — 2021

An NFL Team can't win without a good coach. Students can't learn without a good teacher.  A company can't succeed…

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employee attrition

The True Cost of Employee Attrition

According to Gallup, U.S. businesses are losing a trillion dollars a year due to voluntary turnover— “And the most astounding part is…

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