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Revitalizing Culture in the World of Hybrid Work
A 2022 global study found that just 25% of remote or hybrid knowledge workers feel connected to their company’s culture. But forcing employees back to the office is risky.
Performance Management Shouldn’t Kill Collaboration
This article offers a better approach and outlines specific ways companies can retool their performance management systems to boost collaboration.
Don’t Underestimate the Value of Employee Tenure
Tenure has a significant positive and sometimes very sizeable impact on financial performance and operational excellence.
How a CEO Can Create Psychological Safety in the Room
The paradox of being a CEO is that your job is to encourage useful ideas, and yet your very presence can work against that objective.
Stop Making the Business Case for Diversity
Justifying diversity on the grounds that it benefits companies’ bottom line makes underrepresented job candidates a lot less interested.
8 Questions to Ask Before Selecting a New Board Leader
Here are eight questions to ask to ensure a more thoughtful and disciplined process for selecting, evaluating, compensating, or removing a board leader.
6 Principles to Build Your Company’s Strategic Agility
Companies that successfully navigated the Covid-19 crisis identified when to deviate from their strategic plan and adapt to the changing environment.
The Project Economy Has Arrived
Use these skills and tools to make the most of it.
With So Many People Quitting, Don’t Overlook Those Who Stay
Here are four steps leaders can take now to best navigate the Great Resignation.
Stop Asking for Feedback
Feedback has little impact on our performance and over one-third of the time, it actually negatively impacts it.