Minimizing Conflict in the Workplace

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Understanding the Importance I read in a recent article, “Workplace conflict is inevitable when employees of various backgrounds and different work styles are brought together for a shared business purpose. Conflict can—and should—be managed and resolved. With tensions and anxieties at … Read More

Pay Gaps: Less Divided, More United

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Recognizing Weakness I was recently doing listening sessions for a client of mine when the topic of the pay gap came up. They described how bonuses and commission payouts drove division between their team members, which, in turn, broke down … Read More

How Inclusive is Your Organization?

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The Missing Piece I was working with an organizational client recently on helping them attain their inclusion goals. They wanted to reach success in their inclusion journey but were missing one crucial part of the equation. Can you guess what … Read More

How Listening Drives Employee Motivation

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Motivation converts to Retention As an employee advocate, I regularly field questions about employee motivation. Human Resource leaders express concern over keeping their talent engaged, acknowledged, and feeling fulfilled at work. But, in one way or another, the advice I … Read More

Learning to Lead from a Distance

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National Book Month Did you know that October is National Book Month? I love books, and as you all know, I love Caring Leadership. It is my passion. So much so that I even wrote a book on it: The Art … Read More

Inclusion: Navigating the Boys Club at Work

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How to Reveal Exclusivity Peacefully In this post, I want to get a little more specific on the inclusion issue and complexity. I recently spoke to a client of mine, and we started discussing the standard “boys club” that is … Read More

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