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Learning Leaders Need to Know How to Navigate Uncertainty

By Kittie Watson | May 4, 2020

Think for a moment about what you have learned during the recent “shelter in place” and social distance mandates. While business professionals have used video-conferencing and younger generations have used facetime for years, millions of others recently expanded their options to stay connected. If fortunate enough to have internet access, you are likely learning new […]

Inclusion, Diversity, and Belonging

By Kittie Watson | April 24, 2020

The workplace, teams, and organizations are increasingly becoming more and more culturally, ethnically and individually diverse. In order to attract and retain top talent in this diverse workforce, it is critical to build a high-integrity environment where all employees are valued, involved, supported and respected. Below, we have outlined how Innolect’s inclusion and assessment services […]

Share Powerful Images and Stories of Hope

By Kittie Watson | April 5, 2020

“Everything can be taken from a man but… the last of the human freedoms—to choose one’s attitude in any given set of circumstances, to choose one’s way.” — Victor Frankl You might remember the photograph by Dorothea Lange, Migrant Mother. Taken during the Great Depression, it was a picture of a mother’s despair after a failed […]

Adapt Your Message with the Listener Preference Profile

By Kittie Watson | March 24, 2020

As we all know, today’s workforce is full of diversity. However, an area of this diversity that is often overlooked is the myriad ways in which we listen to, engage with, and understand the information we are given. Our Listener Preference Profile addresses this issue, allowing you to adapt your messages to be more fully […]

Demonstrate Leadership to Overcome the Impact of Social Distancing

By Kittie Watson | March 17, 2020

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.

Workplace Conflict

Conflict Is on the Rise. What Can Leaders Do?

By Kittie Watson | March 11, 2020

“Courage is what it takes to stand up and speak. Courage is also what it takes to sit down and listen.” Winston Churchill Consider this… In 2019, there were 76,418 discrimination charges reported to the EEOC in the U.S. And according to Randstad, 58% of employees resign due to conflicts at work or negative office […]

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