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When Less Isn’t More

I think global workplaces and employees worldwide deserve a shoutout. We have had to assimilate in a myriad of new and undesirable …

covid vaccine

How many people are out there wondering or dwelling on the future of American workplaces now that the vaccine for Covid-19 is …

corporate woman listening

I don’t think there is anyone who has evaded the change that the past year has brought. But beyond the changes that …

human resources

As regular readers will know, every Wednesday at HR Community Hour, we exchange experiences and knowledge with peers. We explore creative approaches …

A few weeks ago, I asked readers if their organization had a culture of listening. After receiving several emails on the subject, …

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Leading the Whole Person

Organizations and their employees have been challenged to rethink how they work and adapt to the continuously evolving business landscape. The global …

Curating cultures of inclusion and ensuring that everyone feels welcome, supported, and encouraged is no longer just a goal for organizations. It’s …

In recent months, the phrase “safe spaces” has flirted with buzzword status in the corporate world. Although its origins are largely unknown, …

An organization recently approached me after a diversity, equity, and inclusion survey uncovered a few inconvenient truths. One of the first recommendations …

Over the last few months, I have spent some time reflecting on what I have learned throughout my life and career. On …

A Lesson in Listening

I was recently invited to join the inspirational Clint Pulver on the CMI Speakers podcast. Clint speaks my kind of language and …

When we all focus on creating a sense of belonging at work, it helps us feel secure, supported, accepted, and included. I …

Twelve months ago, the workplace was very different. The concept of working from home was often for the privileged few. Some managers …

Cultures of listening

I was recently talking with a good friend about Ronald Reagan’s highly criticized trickle-down economics. We discussed how the idea that the …

Empathy and compassion are critical leadership skills. I’ve always been someone who naturally exhibits both. Although I have always tried to live …

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