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Proven Strategies To Resolve Conflict In The Workplace

Let's Grow Leaders

Ralph Kilmann, the co-creator of the Thomas Kilmann conflict mode instrument (TKI), discusses his lifelong work on how to resolve conflict and improve collaboration. Kilmann explains that his interest in conflict stems from his personal experiences growing up in a family affected by conflict and his academic studies on conflict management. He and his colleague developed the TKI assessment to measure the different ways people approach conflict, and it has become a widely used tool in organization

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Evolve or Dissolve: Shaping Your Corporate Culture for a Remote Reality

Leading Blog

I N THE PAST DECADE, the corporate world has seen a seismic shift in how it operates. The advent of technology that enables remote work combined with the ever-increasing rate of employee turnover in many industries has led to a transformation in the very fabric of organizational culture. Businesses striving to adapt and thrive amidst these changes must find innovative solutions to the matter of maintaining a robust corporate culture.

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How to Inspire Better Team Innovation: Cultivating an Idea Garden

Let's Grow Leaders

Inspire team innovation with an idea garden, saving great ideas for future growth. Hi Karin, “I attended your Courageous Cultures, how to Read Courageous Cultures with your team book club, and we loved it. We are using the book and we’re reading it. The good news is we’re getting SO MANY IDEAS. I continue to respond with regard (with gratitude, information, and an invitation) to the ideas I receive.

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Dear Dan: My Boss Doesn’t Give Me Feedback

Leadership Freak

Dear Dan, I have a new manager that has been with our department for a little over a year now and she never gives direct feedback. She told me that I’m doing an excellent job. I’m looking for more than that. Any suggestions?

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Recruit and Retain New Blue-Collar Talent

Blue-collar jobs have a branding problem. One company, GEON, partnered with Paycor to find the solution. Learn how to attract, engage, and retain blue-collar employees, helping them build meaningful careers – and support your company’s goals.

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Prioritizing Personal Energy Accountability in Your Organizational Growth Strategy

Anese Cavanaugh

As the leading experts in culture-optimization strategies, the Active Choices, Inc. team is at the forefront of workforce trends and leadership growth frameworks to support and create a resilient and sustainable organizational culture. In 22+ years working with client partners, we’ve found that a common challenge many executives experience — but often don’t realize they are dealing with — is how best to encourage energy accountability with their leadership teams and workforce.

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Booster jab! How better management is invigorating healthcare

Chartered Management Institute

Booster jab! How better management invigorates healthcare Words Nigel Cassidy The world’s best-performing healthcare organisations are led by trained medical leaders. A new UK programme aims to make this the norm, not the exception Scroll for more Shortcut to start of content Professor Sir Bruce Keogh: doctors have a “moral and professional duty” to understand the system in which they practice.

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The Hidden Reasons Behind Record Rates of CEO Turnover in 2023

CEO Insider

We are experiencing a CEO leadership crisis—with limited information as to why. US CEO exits were at historic rates in 2023. 1914 CEOs departed, a 55% increase compared to 2022. “No reason given” was the top reason provided for 33% of exits in the Challenger, Gray and Christmas CEO turnover report, more than quadruple the […] The post The Hidden Reasons Behind Record Rates of CEO Turnover in 2023 appeared first on CEOWORLD magazine.

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Walgreens Boots Alliance Leadership Announces New Executive Team

HR Digest

The Walgreens Boots Alliance leadership just announced three new members for its executive VP team with the aim of improving its healthcare services and strategy, which includes Elizabeth Burger Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO), Mary Langowski President for the U.S. Healthcare segment, and Manmohan Mahajan as Global Chief Financial Officer. All three candidates are experienced individuals in their own fields and should help the company achieve accelerated growth in the industry.

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How Early-Adopter Companies Are Thinking About Apple Vision Pro

Harvard Business Review

The Apple Vision Pro marks the biggest experiment yet in the field of “spatial computing,” which its boosters argue has the potential to be the next era of tech — a shift on par with the emergence of mobile computing. But what are early adopter companies really doing with Apple’s new hardware, and what do they hope to get out of these investments? The piece examines efforts from Lowe’s, e.l.f.

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How To Find What You Love And Love What You Do

Eric Jacobson

Do you have a chance to play to your strengths every day? Were you excited to go to work every day last week? How you answer these two questions will determine if you are more likely to be successful, resilient, and engaged at work – and likely to do something great in your life by taking seriously what you love and expressing it in some sort of productive way.

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How to Stay Competitive in the Evolving State of Martech

Marketing technology is essential for B2B marketers to stay competitive in a rapidly changing digital landscape — and with 53% of marketers experiencing legacy technology issues and limitations, they’re researching innovations to expand and refine their technology stacks. To help practitioners keep up with the rapidly evolving martech landscape, this special report will discuss: How practitioners are integrating technologies and systems to encourage information-sharing between departments and pr

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The Restorative Power of Small Habits

Harvard Business Review

Over the last few years, there’s been a renewed focus on burnout, a serious physical and psychological condition that requires attention and care. But a narrow focus on burnout ignores another key part of wellbeing — the more subtle but equally important ongoing maintenance of one’s energy, especially through the daily challenges of leadership. The authors identify five key energy batteries: physical, mental, emotional, spiritual, and social.

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Building a Supplier Diversity Program? Learn from the U.S. Government.

Harvard Business Review

Large companies are striving to increase their purchases from small, diverse-owned businesses (SDBs) — those that are 51% or more owned and operated by an individual or group that is part of a historically underrepresented or underserved group (e.g., women, racial minorities, veterans, LGBTQIA+, and people with disabilities). Despite their pledges, they are struggling to meet their goals.

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Three Priorities for Moving Your GenAI Program Forward - SPONSOR CONTENT FROM SLALOM AND GOOGLE CLOUD

Harvard Business Review

Sponsor content from Slalom and Google Cloud.

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