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Will Employees Return? Manager Concerns

For the last 15 months, employees have wondered about what returning to the office or their place of business might look like. Now with mask mandates lifted for those who have been fully vaccinated, many employees are asking for more flexible working alternatives. Just as managers had to adjust to working with remote teams, they …

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Is Your In-House Training PURPOSEFUL (and Memorable)?

What do you remember from your last in-house training webinar? Have you taken time to review your notes, shared what you learned with others or actually made a change based on what you learned? As listening experts, we realize that most people forget 70% of what they hear if it isn’t reinforced and practiced within …

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Are Positive Leaders Really Toxic?

Although a number of articles recently have focused on the damaging consequences of going overboard with Toxic Positivity, for years social scientists have documented the benefits of positive leadership especially during times of uncertainty. Yet, executive coaches and leadership consultants frequently encounter cynical attitudes when positive leadership is associated with being “soft” without an eye …

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Racial Injustice: Use Your Voice to Cry for Action

“Always do the right thing even when the right thing is the hard thing.” — Bryan Stevenson The book, Just Mercy by Bryan Stevenson, uses compelling stories of racial injustice to demonstrate the need to fix the United States’ flawed justice system. The recent deaths of George Floyd and Ahmaud Arbery have magnified inequities, prejudice and …

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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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