A leader who has undergone a coaching course and is immediately tasked to coach team members may feel a sense of dread and have butterflies in the stomach.
2020 was about survival, 2021 was about revival and now, 2022 will be all about growth. Stealth mode if you like.
Employee well-being is intrinsically tied to workplace performance and engagement.
A few weeks ago, I had an issue with my phone where I was unable to receive text messages.
It is often hard for people who have experienced racism or oppression to convince those who haven’t of the pain and injustice of their plight.
With the new COVID variant spreading across the nation at a lightning rate, President Biden is trying to implement an emergency order mandating that employers with more than 100 employees require either full vaccination or weekly COVID-19 tests and masking for unvaccinated employees.
It feels like almost everyone is looking for a new job.
“You’ll probably want dynamic personalization, so it’s like you step into the car, it knows who you are, it knows everything you want, and the car reconfigures itself automatically to all your preferences.
As we enter 2022, changes in how we work, where we work, who we work with, why we work, and the technologies we use are in continual flux.
The contingent workforce (niche, hard-to-find, professional skilled workers) plays a key role as part of an organization’s overall human capital strategy.
In the business world, a “bad actor” is someone who engages in harmful, unethical or illegal behavior.
The great escape to home offices that instantly happened in March 2020 created a more comfortable environment for introverts.
If business leaders assumed Covid would slow the pace of class action lawsuits or the size of settlements, they were wrong.
Each year towards the end of December, it has become a tradition for major wordsmiths to choose one word that sums up the shared experiences of the previous year.