Today, when societies are becoming fractured, opinions polarized and people are feeling increasingly isolated, it is precisely the things that make us human, such as our fallibility, vulnerability, care and compassion, that we need enacted in our leaders.
Workplace bullying is legal in the U.S., despite its similarity to illegal harassment. Both behaviors feel like a condition of employment, and both are pervasive enough that a reasonable person would consider them intimidating, hostile or abusive.
Companies that want to thrive in today’s fast-changing and competitive environment desperately need people who can both create and execute effectively. But how do creative people become creative? Is there a secret sauce or strategy involved?
The Harvey Weinsteins of the world don’t act the way they do because they are ignorant or don’t know better. Rather, they misbehave because they believe they do not need to abide by the law. Training alone does not solve these problems.
Cheer Partners, an award-winning employee experience agency, announced a first-of-its-kind service: The Cultural DNA Assessment.
CultureIQ, the global leader in culture management, unveiled the new CultureAdvantage framework based on the latest research on what creates highly performing employees, cultures and business results.
Employees are paying greater attention to workplace culture. Data indicates that for organizations to attract and retain talent in the years to come, they must create respectful workplaces. Leaders are the most important pieces of that puzzle.
Sales teams that invest in a growth-oriented feedback culture outperform companies that fail to make coaching a priority. It’s critical for sales leaders to not only dedicate time to feedback but also to keep constructive and positive feedback in...
If employees are constantly complaining or being negative, it can sap the energy and morale of everyone they come into contact with. It’s all too easy for this negativity to become a vicious cycle where everyone feels irritable and discouraged.