How can leaders create a company culture of trust that fosters employee engagement and encourages autonomy at all levels?
To build effective work connections, leaders need the relationship skills to manage up, collaborate and motivate others. These skills begin with being approachable. Being approachable opens the door for leaders to navigate their careers more successfully.
LumApps, a leading Software-as-a-Service provider of cloud-based enterprise communication solutions, today announced a $70 million Series C funding round, bringing the company's total amount raised to around $100 million.
It’s an employee’s nightmare: You’re at your desk, working on a big project, when your boss walks in and asks for an update. In these moments, we tend to misjudge what our supervisor is asking for. The last thing he or she wants is a comprehensive...
Never before has the workforce demanded that cultural elements such as diversity and inclusion, health and well-being, flexibility, workspace design, enhanced collaboration, and innovation are all in place for them to do their best work.
Leaders in business, academia, and other fields can now rate their leadership strengths and weaknesses – and see how they stack up against their peers – with MindEdge Learning's new online Leadership Assessment tool, which the edtech firm launched...
The term “agile” in training and people development in the last few years is not necessarily connected to the project management methodology. Instead, it speaks to a growing need for organizations to be more adaptable, flexible and collaborative.
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.
SocialChorus, a global workforce communications platform, today announced Analyze, a new data-driven communications tool engineered for the complex enterprise, designed to provide answers to challenging and elusive questions.
We often adopt ideas from people around us — individuals we respect or consider to be members of our cohort, whether political, generational or professional. In adopting those ideas, we don’t always think them through or consider their consequences.