How to Make the Right Connections When You Don’t Already Have an “In”
November 23 | Dorie Clark, Strategy Consultant | Comments (0)
Developing a robust network is critical to your professional success. After all, it’s often your primary source of business opportunities and referrals. But what if you don’t know the right people who can help you?
A Study of 1,100 Employees Found That Remote Workers Feel Shunned and Left Out
November 23 | Joseph Grenny, Cofounder, VitalSmarts | Comments (0)
When it comes to virtual teams, if you’re out of sight, you’re also out of mind. While more and more people are working remotely, our recent study suggests that unless we take extra measures to build trust and connection with colleagues, we pay dearly for doing so.
Research: Men Get Credit for Voicing Ideas, but Not Problems. Women Don’t Get Credit for Either
November 23 | Sean R. Martin | Comments (0)
Employee voice, or speaking up with information intended to help one’s group, has tons of well-recognized benefits. It can improve performance, help teams come up with creative solutions, and avoid issues that might hold them back. A lot of research suggests that those who speak the most in groups tend to emerge as leaders.
The Best Companies Know How to Balance Strategy and Purpose
November 21 | Laurent Chevreux | Comments (0)
Most companies have articulated their purpose — the reason they exist. But very few have made that purpose a reality for their organizations.
How We Nudged Employees to Embrace Flexible Work
November 21 | Cindy Wiryakusuma | Comments (0)
Globally, many leading organizations have introduced workplace policies to enable flexible work, recognizing its benefits for staff retention, morale, commitment, diversity, recruitment, and being an employer of choice. But despite employee demand and some high-profile examples, it has proved harder to get broader adoption of those policies.