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Staying Connected: Overcome Anxiety of Going It Alone

To demonstrate the power and strength gained through collaboration, we brought thin metal rods to a team in conflict. We gave one rod to each team member and asked each person to bend their rod. The rods bent easily. Next, we gave one team member ten rods bound together and asked her to bend those. …

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Build Your Virtual IQ℠ Series

Both during and after the COVID-19 pandemic, the way we work is changing. With so many people now working from home, it can be challenging for leaders and teams to navigate how to both stay connected and collaborate effectively. We’re here to assist you with that challenge. As a team, we at Innolect have changed …

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Demonstrate Leadership to Overcome the Impact of Social Distancing

According to Cigna’s 2020 Loneliness Index, there is a loneliness epidemic in America, with three in five adults (61%) reporting they are lonely (a 7% increase from 2018). During the Coronavirus pandemic, researchers expect greater social isolation and social distancing will have negative effects on employees, especially ones who already feel lonely or isolated.

Leaders, What Will You Do to Make a Difference?

Each weekday, NBC’s nightly news includes a final “Inspiring America” story. These stories showcase people who make a difference in the lives of others. They remind us that small actions can have a large impact to better our world. Consider, Jadav Payeng, “The Forest Man of India.” Saddened by how erosion and the changing ecosystem had destroyed the river island he loved, he began to plant one tree sapling each day on this decimated Island. Now, after almost 40 years, the trees he planted have reclaimed more than 1300 acres and become an Island with lush forests and abundant wildlife.

How to Help Future Leaders “Age” Well

As leaders anticipate 2020, many set aside time to review their 2019 achievements and disappointments, and capture learnings to take into the new year. As part of their planning, we encourage leaders to first consider their employee-specific efforts and results. For example, you might list the gifts or opportunities you’ve provided your employees over the …

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From We Will to at Will: A Handbook for Veteran Hiring, Transitioning and Thriving in the Workplace –Chapter 10: Women Veterans

The following excerpt from the book From WE WILL to AT WILL: A Handbook for Veteran Hiring, Transitioning, and Thriving in the Workplace (Justin Constantine with Andrew Morton, June 2018) was written by Kittie W. Watson, Ph.D., Melanie N. Joyce, MBA and Lieutenant Colonel Wendy M. Perry, MS, RN, US Army (Ret.). Chapter 10 focuses …

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