It takes courage to be a kind leader, especially if your organization is focused solely on the bottom line. Kindness leads to employees’ feeling appreciated and connected, which leads to improved performance and increased collaboration and innovation.
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It is easy to enter the mindset of “if only I had more time.” If you find yourself feeling like you need more hours in the day, the answer to your daunting list of to-dos may not be a 25- or 30-hour day but, instead, using the time that you already...
Rapid globalization has resulted in record numbers of businesspeople who interact daily with individuals from significantly different cultures. This reality has created an acute need for organizations to become more cross-culturally competent.
Friendships between leaders and their constituents have always been a questionable activity in business. While some leaders are able to leverage those relationships as a powerful networking tool, others have allowed them to create toxic cultures.
When it comes to ROI, it’s best to start small, with one business function; isolate the impact of training on a set of performance indicators; report your business results; and then watch how interested others will be to run a similar ROI calculation.
New buzzwords regularly enter the workplace. The phrase “psychological safety” is taking the corporate world by storm. What does it mean in the broader discussion about workplace diversity, and how can organizations achieve it?
Increased perspiration and blood pressure. Nausea. A feeling of panic. Sound familiar? These sensations are some of the symptoms of glossophobia, the fear of public speaking. VR can help learners overcome their anxiety and become skilled public speakers.