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When Conversations Get Tough


Tough conversations matter. The challenge is how to prepare for them and how to ensure you're in the right frame of mind to navigate towards a successful outcome. Russell Evans provides 7 top tips for turning tough conversations into positive opportunities.

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How Can You Lead an Organization to Innovation Greatness?


The key to sustainable performance is innovation. These transformational leadership strategies will unlock your organization's potential.

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Shouldn't Communication Be the Heart of Your Employee Engagement Strategy?


When devising an employee engagement strategy, considering how you communicate to employees is a key factor to unlock your organization's potential.

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Diversity and Inclusion Are Key Ingredients to Successful Leadership


Diversity and inclusiveness are not mutually exclusive in the modern workplace. If your workforce diversity strategy doesn't include inclusive leadership, it is likely to fail.

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What skills will leaders need in the AI world?


AI is helping to free the time of managers and leaders. So what skills will be key for managers and leaders in the AI world?

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7 Challenges Faced by Leaders of Multigenerational Organization


In multigenerational workplaces there is diversity of values, communication styles, mental wellbeing issues and methods of working. When leaders understand the strengths of each generation they can use these to improve collaboration. Are you prepared to meet these challenges?

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Leaders must look after their mental health first


As COVID-19 is forcing more people to work from home, mental anguish in the workplace is evolving. It is critical that leaders look after their mental health. They are under enormous pressure to lead their team to success in an uncertain market. Mental anguish in leaders is very real. What might that do to their teams?

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The productivity challenge that leaders face every day


Motivating people to improve personal productivity is a challenge that leaders face every day. There are many reasons that employees' productivity slips. Increasingly, American organizations are strategizing for on-the-job naps. Could they be the answer to your productivity problems?

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The Secret to Employee Retention? Happy and Engaged Employees


An organization with highly engaged employees benefits from 41% lower absenteeism, 21% higher profitability, and 59% reduced employee turnover. So why is it that only a third of leaders make employee engagement a priority?

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By itself, technology will not drive collaboration


Why is it that 86% of employees and executives cite lack of collaboration or ineffective communication for workplace failures, despite 80% of businesses using social collaboration tools for enhancing business processes?

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Your values, your purpose, your team


Thriving employees are three times more likely to work for a company with a strong sense of purpose - and that's embedded when you promote your core values.

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What can leaders learn from omnichannel routing?


As technology improves, ways of working have evolved, leading to productivity improvements that would be unimaginable in low-tech environments. For example, in call centers, omnichannel routing has revolutionized how call center employees work- leaders could learn much from omnichannel routing methodology.

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Are you fit to lead in the VUCA world?


Organizations that adapt to the VUCA nature of today's world will remain successful and competitive throughout these unprecedented times. Putting in place a VUCA leadership model now will ensure that you will be well placed to evolve fluidly today and in the future, no matter the change challenge.

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Poor leadership is the number one reason your employees quit


Gallup says it costs businesses in the United States $1 trillion each year. SHRM says it costs your business as much as 200% of each employee's salary. The reason is poor leadership. But what is it that is putting your organization's future at risk?

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Leading in a values-driven business


Technology has helped your organization transfer its operations to the remote workplace. But technology isn't enough. The greater challenge is how to develop and maintain performance and productivity within remote teams. For this, your leaders and managers must develop strategies to build trust and embed human collaboration.

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