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A Compassionate Manager
3Jul
A Compassionate Manager
Being a compassionate leader is being a good leader. It can be hard to do that when the rest of the company’s culture seems to rely on favoritism or neglect. What can you do if you want to manage your team with compassion, but your leadership hasn’t bought into this philosophy?
L&D Digitalization
25Apr
L&D Digitalization
The transformation of learning and development (L&D) means learning leaders are knocking down traditional silos to collaborate on a more holistic vision for HR. They’re reaching for fresh solutions to tie skill building to career paths, internal mobility, and retention, while also bringing a new sense of care and humanity to employee well-being, diversity, and inclusion.
Better Mental Health in the Workplace
3Mar
Better Mental Health in the Workplace
Employees are worried about their mental health as they return to the workplace after the COVID-19 pandemic. Stigma can exacerbate their concerns, but employers can thwart its impact. In behavioral health, “stigma” is defined as a level of shame, prejudice, or discrimination toward people with mental-health or substance-use conditions.
Six Fatal Flaws That Kill A Leader’s Effectiveness
3Dec
Six Fatal Flaws That Kill A Leader’s Effectiveness
An interesting article written by Jack Zenger is the CEO of Zenger/Folkman, a strengths-based leadership development firm that provides insightful data from over 87,000 leaders from a 360 assessment where leaders from across the globe were evaluated by (on average) 13 other people.
The Secret Behind Successful Corporate Transformations
15Sep
The Secret Behind Successful Corporate Transformations
There have been surprisingly few studies that set out to quantify what makes for a successful corporate transformation. Using a meta-analysis that crunched data on financial performance as well as corporate reputation, the authors examined 128 global companies that had undergone transformation between 2016 and 2020.
The T-shaped skills profile
8Sep
The T-shaped skills profile
In a McKinsey survey conducted in August 2020 of 1,240 business leaders around the world, nearly 80 percent of respondents characterized capability building as extremely or very important to the long-term growth of their companies, up from 59 percent before the COVID-19 pandemic.
Intrinsic Traits of Successful CEOs
18Jun
Intrinsic Traits of Successful CEOs
The qualities that make a great leader have long been a subject of interest for the modern workplace. It never seems to go out of fashion because companies are always looking for ways to identify next-generation talent and invest in their long-term leadership pipeline.  After all, every top-performing CEO started somewhere, right?
How to Measure Inclusion in the Workplace
28May
How to Measure Inclusion in the Workplace
In an era where companies are paying more and more attention to diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI), inclusion remains the most difficult metric to track. From new research, Gartner developed the Gartner Inclusion Index to measure what true inclusion looks like across an organization.
COVID-19 pushes Upskilling and Reskilling?
27May
COVID-19 pushes Upskilling and Reskilling?
Employers need to  pursue a reskilling agenda that ensures their workforces are resilient to overcome challenges. Experts from Tripartite Alliance for Fair & Progressive Employment Practices (TAFEP) share three tips for employers to strengthen their workforce capabilities.
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