Creating a More Inclusive Definition of “Inclusion”

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According to the Cato Institute, nearly two-thirds of Americans say today’s political climate prevents them from vocalizing their beliefs because they fear others will find them offensive. In my work as an employee engagement expert, I find this same pressure … Read More

Avoiding Complacency as We Acclimate

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According to recent findings published by Gallup, it seems the workforce is finally beginning to settle down after a months-long period of unprecedented volatility. According to their data, employee engagement in the U.S. has been a steadfast metric since they … Read More

How Leaders Can Effectively Manage Today’s Mental Health Crisis

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A recent study conducted by the mental health provider Ginger, found that nearly 7 in 10 employees reported that the COVID-19 pandemic is the most stressful time of their entire professional career, which has aligned with stark increases in new … Read More

Examining the Current State of America’s Workforce

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On the heels of  National Mental Illness Awareness Week (October 4-10), Leading Indicator Systems (LIS) released its latest Workforce Listening Study, which focuses on employee mental health challenges and the continuing impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the workforce. Fielded … Read More

Connecting the Dots for Your Employees

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What makes your vantage point as a leader special and unique? What does your versatile skill set enable you to excel at that others cannot? How can you leverage those strategies to benefit a diverse array of employees or clients, … Read More

Culture Determines Organizational Happiness

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{Written by Liz Stincelli, Senior Consultant at Customer Fanatix) “ To make customers happy, we have to make sure our employees are happy first.” —Zappos Healthy Culture Employees don’t want to work for an organization where the culture feels oppressive, … Read More

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