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[kc_row _id="3901"][kc_column _id="808117"][kc_column_text css=".vc_custom_1614370098232{margin-bottom: 0px !important;}" _id="989311"]When was the last time separated employees were asked if the outplacement services your company is providing are actually worth the investment? Is your current provider actually helping former employees land

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Is it worth it to develop your organization’s managers and emerging leaders? Let’s do the math: Let’s say one manager in your organization manages 5 people. Those 5 employees’ salaries are equal to $35,000 per year before

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A recent Harvard Business Review issue featured “The Culture Factor” in which the authors define culture as an “elusive lever because much of it is anchored in unspoken behaviors, mindsets and social patterns.” Best companies to work

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What happens when opposing opinions, strong emotions and high stakes come together in any situation? What impact does that have on your team and your company’s performance? How we, as leaders, react (or avoid) conflict can have

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Leaders have been going to courses and trainings for decades to beef up their leadership capabilities. They’ve been put through leadership development programs ad nauseum. Yet, they keep coming back to their desks and everyone notices: nothing

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We don’t blame you. Lots of other companies simply put in-person leadership training on Zoom in hopes it would be good enough until this pandemic was over. It was a stop-gap. We get it. Even now, we

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Given the rate of change in business, how organizations develop their managers and leaders must shift. Instilling new skills, behaviors and habits that will drive managers’ and leaders’ success as “digital leaders” will not happen in disconnected

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Many company leaders are struggling with tough people decisions due to the economic impact of COVID. As they navigate layoffs and major organizational changes, we believe most want to do the right thing by their people, maintain

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“You’re excellent at your front-line role. We’re going to promote you so you can teach others how to be great at that job, too. Now, good luck!” Sound familiar? Typically, however, what made them successful as individual contributors

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It’s critically important company leaders do not forget everyone impacted after a layoff, including the remaining employees. After all, these are the essential people a company is relying on to carry on the business. It’s clear that