Mon.Nov 22, 2021

Burnout Is Not a Buzzword. It’s Real!

CEO Insider

The pandemic brought many problems facing the business community to the forefront of people’s consciousness – owners, leadership, managers, and employees. As a result, the traditional outlook of having people work long hours and perform tasks without asking questions met a severe roadblock.

Do You Need To Delegate More To Be Successful?

Rich Gee Group

"I hate to delegate — it's easier if I just do it myself." That's a recipe for a management disaster. Leaders build a delegation strategy in everything they do. The more they delegate lower-level tasks, the more time they have to spend planning, leading, communicating, and growing their team.


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4 Ways to Practice Gratitude when You Don’t Feel Grateful

Leadership Freak

If you believe ingratitude creates a bright feature, good luck. Ingratitude is toxic to you and destructive to your future. Gratitude delivers unequalled benefit.

Putting a Focus on Mental Fitness

Kevin Eikenberry

Driven in large part by the pandemic, a useful and needed conversation about improving mental health has moved to the front of the stage. And as helpful as that is, the timing seems off.

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Employee Safety During COVID-19: Compliance Toolkit

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

8 Ways to Foster a Positive Employee Experience in a Hybrid Workplace


As organizations plan for the post-COVID workplace, many are considering a hybrid approach with good reason: It’s what employees want.

Reasons why you should set up a blog for your business

Strategy Driven

Most companies these days realize the need to be online and understand the tremendous opportunities that can be gained from having a well-designed, optimized website and strong social media presence.

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Strengthening Thinking as a Mechanism to Building Resilience


The ability to manage and strengthen your thinking goes a long way toward making you more resilient and better able to deal with the daily challenges you face. Today’s post is by thougthtLEADERS principal Maureen Metcalf.

Why You Should Learn Everything You Can From Everyone You Can

Eric Jacobson

No One Succeeds Alone is the inspiring story of Compass Founder & CEO Robert Reffkin , whose mother, mentors, and search for belonging taught him valuable lessons that anyone with a dream can put into action today to improve their own quality of life.

20+ Strengths and Weakness for Job Interviews

HR Digest

If you plan to apply for a job , you should be ready for the interview questions that can be hard sometimes. One of the hard questions is “Can you tell us about your strengths and weaknesses?” As this is a question that requires some thinking, you must prepare yourself in advance. .

How to Ensure Training Gets Transferred!

The Center For Leadership Studies

In my humble opinion, one of the most useful (a.k.a. easy to both understand and implement) contributions to the discipline of training evaluation ever came from Mary Broad and John Newstrom.

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.

Manage Your Talent Pipeline Like a Supply Chain

Harvard Business

In supply-chain management, you get what you plan for. Talent management Operations and supply chain management Supply chain management Hiring and recruitment Developing employees Digital Article

Mental Health Check-in: 10 Questions You Can and Should Ask as a Leader

The Center For Leadership Studies

If you weren’t scheduling regular one-on-ones with your team members before 2020, the peaks and valleys and twists and turns of the high-stakes roller coaster ride we have been on have surely convinced you by now that they are an invaluable touchpoint for every effective leader with their people.

Becoming a Leader When Everything Is Shifting

Harvard Business

Don’t let remote work dissuade you from taking on that leadership role: The levers haven’t changed. Leadership development Personal growth and transformation Gender Audio

Mental Health Check-in: 10 Questions You Can and Should Ask Leaders

The Center For Leadership Studies

Regular check-ins should be in place for every leader in your organization. No one can give out of an “empty well,” and leaders are the most frequently “tapped.”

7 Ways to Manage a Talent Shortage

In this whitepaper, Paycor examines the top 7 things you can do to out-maneuver your competition and win the war for talent in the coming months.

3 Group Presentation Pitfalls — and How to Avoid Them

Harvard Business

Strategies for a polished, unified final product. Presentation skills Business communication Digital Article

How to End an Email?

HR Digest

Writing an email contains many rules and you should know them when you write a professional email. You should know how to end an email and send a clear message to your correspondent. .

The Future of Contactless Commerce

Harvard Business

From “pay by face” to AI-enabled assistants, next-generation digital technologies will have a massive impact. Customer experience Digital transformation Innovation Technology and analytics Covid Retail and consumer goods Digital Article

Planting the Seeds of Change

Coaching Ourselves

Otto Scharmer. CoachingOurselves was born out of the desire to change the practice of management and we seek out authors who are committed to the same. We are excited to now include Otto Scharmer and Eva Pomeroy of the Presencing Institute as our newest authors. The Presencing Institute co-creates labs and programs to support and scale profound societal innovation. Eva Pomeroy. We would like to share an excellent article written by Scharmer and Pomeroy.

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11 Proven Ways to Turn Your Culture into a Culture of Innovation

Learn the 11 proven strategies that you can implement quickly to get every employee innovating and contributing to the growth of your company.

Neurodiversity at Work

Harvard Business

A deeper look at the experiences of neurodiverse professionals at work. Psychology Mental health Disabilities Audio