Understanding the impact one has in professional and social situations is a career asset. Unfortunately, many aspiring leaders lack clarity about how their behaviors and actions are perceived and interpreted by others. Click below to learn about steps you can take to get that clarity.
How long has it been since you shook a wrapped package to guess what was inside? When was the last time you thought of something you wanted to do and put it off? What separates exciting and growing organizations from those that stagnate and die?
During times of business upheaval, career moves, or family crises, many leaders picture themselves teetering on one foot as they manage competing priorities. What is “balanced” varies from person to person and is determined by many factors.
Even with a strong business case for change, many leaders are surprised and frustrated when employees revert to old habits and continue using outdated systems and processes. Changing behavior takes more than an appeal to the intellect.
While employees may resist diversity training, they are drawn to practical information about how to work with those who are different. They want effective work relationships. Building diversity and inclusion as a pillar of your business strategy better prepares you to anticipate and design future-ready solutions.
Many employees view themselves as on the “outside looking in.” They feel disconnected rather than motivated and engaged. Innolect’s flip-focus guide, OutsideIN: Tips for Building and Engaging and Inclusive Environment can help.