Tag: leadership

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Employee Experience

Leaders Want People Back in the Office, Workers Ask 'Why'

In spite of the popularity of remote work and the flexibility it allowed, working at the office is back. But why, exactly?

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Thriving in Turbulent Times: The 5 Leadership Superpowers – The Present Futurist

Disruption is nothing new, but too often leaders make excuses rather than building resilience. The Five Leadership Superpowers offer a way forward.

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Leadership Comes in Many Forms

The role of an effective leader is to paint a picture of a future that’s more desirable than the status quo.

Sheela Subramanian, co-founder of Future Forum, VP of Slack, author of "How The Future Works: Leading Flexible Teams to Do the Best Work of Their Lives"

Employee Experience

Get Reworked Podcast: Why Flexibility and Trust Define the New World of Work

Sheela Subramanian, co-founder of Future Forum and VP at Slack, discusses the inflection point we're in for the future of work.

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Employee Experience

Quiet Quitting: Remove the Quiet to Conquer the Quitting

Make sure your employees have access to one another, and work to eliminate the “quiet” part of the equation.

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Working With Emotional Awareness

Emotional awareness, or the ability to skillfully manage your emotions, has been called "the essential skill of the 21st-century economy."

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Digital Workplace

Digital Transformation Has a Branding and a Leadership Problem

Digital transformation is a dirty word for some.

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With Decision-Making, You Have to Go Slow to Go Fast

In the realm of decision-making, it would be great to be able to make good decisions quickly. But first, we need to make good decisions smoothly.

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Employee Experience

How to Create Psychological Safety in the Workplace

Psychological safety has moved up on the agenda, with good reason. What can leaders do to create a psychologically safe working environment?

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How Work Leaders Can Harness Pressure in the Digital Workplace

Don't frown over that last-minute request just yet. Research shows some pressure can actually help leaders perform better.

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Who Makes the Decision?

Over the years a variety of techniques to detail who’s who in making a decision have emerged, none of them perfect.

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Simplicity Sprint or Simple Stunt? What Leaders Can Learn From Google

Google's Simplicity Sprint sounds good, but launching an efficiencies initiative at a time of economic duress seems like announcing layoffs under another name.

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Learning & Development

Can You Teach Empathy?

Empathetic leaders tend to boost job satisfaction, engagement and productivity — but empathy is not a skill that comes naturally to everyone.

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Deciding How to Decide

While we all like to believe we make rational decisions, the reality is we jump into decisions we justify later, with demonstrable impacts on our businesses.

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Talent Management

Hire For the Full Spectrum of Competencies

Companies should be looking to hire and develop employees for competencies beyond the functional baseline. Here's why.

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Learning & Development

Corporate Learning Finally Has a Seat at the Table

The last two-plus years pushed employee learning to the top of the corporate agenda. Are L&D professionals ready for the spotlight?

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Employee Experience

What Is Quiet Quitting — and How Companies Can Prevent It

Quiet quitting is the latest catchphrase for an old phenomena, pointing to a level of stress and burnout in the workforce. So what can companies do to avoid it?

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Definitions and Examples of C-Suite Executives

A clear understanding of the roles of C-suite executives ensures a company works together to achieve its policies and plans.

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How to Identify Your Leadership Style

Thinking about your leadership style and how you lead will put you and your team in the best position for success.

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Learning & Development

Leadership Coaching for the Masses

Technology has made leadership coaching cheaper and more accessible at every level of the organization.