Mon.Sep 20, 2021

What Does Equitable Leadership Look Like?

Leading Blog

D URING the pandemic, one of us became a bit of a Star Trek fan.

Resourcefulness Matters: How to Help Your Team Be More Resourceful

Let's Grow Leaders

7 Ways to Encourage Your Team to Be More Resourceful. What does it mean to be resourceful? Our favorite definition of resourceful is, “The ability to find quick and clever ways to overcome difficulties.” ” Quick and clever. Overcome difficulties.

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Bingeing for Your Future

Kevin Eikenberry

It used to be that watching TV meant watching it live. Then we had VHS recorders where we could watch something later (if you could set it up). Then came DVRs, which made it easier, and you could store more shows than you could ever watch. Now we have streaming – and the true advent […].

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Interview with Kathy Caprino Published in Forbes

Michael Lee Stallard

Recently, I had the opportunity to speak with Forbes senior contributor and career coach Kathy Caprino about a topic that’s on a lot of employers’ minds these days: how to prevent your firm from being negatively impacted by the “Great Resignation.” ” .

Employee Safety During COVID-19: Compliance Toolkit

Stay compliant with Paycor’s COVID-19 Action Plan FAQs and templates toolkit.

2 Ways to Build a High Ownership Culture

Leadership Freak

When ownership is low, getting things done is always hard. 7 signs you’re in a low ownership culture: Normal requests are greeted with moaning. It’s an ‘every person for themselves’ culture. Unhelpfulness is… Continue reading → energy engagement Forgiveness second chances

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How to Navigate the Minefield of Interpersonal Dynamics at Work

CEO Insider

Whether you’re back in an office setting, following a hybrid schedule, or still logging into work from home, you’re likely familiar with one of the more thorny aspects of what it means to be a working person: how to navigate interpersonal dynamics with co-workers.

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Lather, Rinse, Repeat: Necessary in Leadership

Ron Edmondson

Lather, rinse, repeat is not just for shampooing. It is a necessary leadership principle. I haven’t check in a while to see if it is still a thing, but years ago I was bored (and curious) so I checked. It seemed every the bottle of shampoo gave these instructions.

Strategy vs Tactics: Why You Need To Be Good At Both

Niagara Institute

Pen and paper. Car and driver. Strategy and tactics. What do all these have in common? One without the other is rendered almost useless. Having a great strategy without executing it is just a dream. Or taking actions without a plan of what you’re trying to achieve is just busywork.

Start Tackling That Big Goal You’ve Been Putting Off

Harvard Business

Three strategies to (finally) make it happen. Personal growth and transformation Managing yourself Continuous learning Digital Article

Is the 9-to-5 job dying?

HR Digest

The pandemic, as horrible as it is, has been a wake-up call. It has shaken us out of our complacency. We have begun looking into the way we live in ours. Many of us have concluded that our jobs were mere impasses, and quit during the “Great Resignation” wave.

Mandatory COVID Vaccination Policy Template

The federal government is developing a rule requiring employers with more than 100 employees ensure their workers are vaccinated or produce a negative COVID test weekly before entering the workplace. So, what can your organization do to prepare? Get Paycor’s COVID Vaccination Policy Template to help communicate important details to your employees.

Consumers Want Control. To Compete, Your Brand Needs to Give It to Them - SPONSOR CONTENT FROM FACEBOOK

Harvard Business

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How to Say “No” After Saying “Yes”

Harvard Business

A guide to uncommitting gracefully. Difficult conversations Time management Managing yourself Digital Article