169 results for tag: corporate culture


People Long for Leaders Who Actually Care

Do the people around you know that you are for them? Do they know whether you care about them, want them to be able to do their individual best, and will advocate for them? Having this assurance promotes a feeling of connection. It goes a long way in establ...
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Heart-centered Company Practices – The Unquestionable Way to Amplify Business Growth

With burnout, lack of engagement, and productivity issues costing companies millions every year, and band aid efforts to fix the problem costing even more, it seems obvious that the way most companies are conducting business isn’t working. That’s why we ...
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7 Considerations for Creating the Perfect Hybrid Work Environment

The world has changed quite a bit since COVID-19 hit. People moved, many to different states. Babies were born. Companies have grown and changed. It's likely that the way we think about work will never be the same again. Forcing everybody back into the ...
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To Cope with Labor Shortage, Raise Emotional Compensation

The current labor shortage and employee retention are concerning issues for organizations. Many leaders are scrambling to attract and retain the workers they need. A combination of factors has resulted in an insufficient number of workers to meet available ...
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Unleashing Original Thinking

To build a culture of innovation and original thinking, leaders should build a culture of psychological safety, encouraging those who are good at detecting problems to speak up even if they don't have solutions to these problems. Organizations adopting a ...
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Should You Allow Employees to Continue Working Remotely?

As the world opens up again following COVID-19 pandemic lockdowns, employers that were previously accustomed to a steady hum of activity in the cubicles and corridors must decide if they are going to bring people back into the office full-time, continue to ...
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Connect Your Remote Team Through Personal Knowledge

Remember doing "Show and Tell" or presenting to your classmates as the "Student of the Week" when you were in elementary school? As it turns out, our teachers were on to something. Bringing back an updated version of this practice would be more than merely an ...
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Work-From-Home Burnout and Zoom Fatigue is a Lot More Complex Than You Think

Have you or your employees been feeling work-from-home burnout and Zoom fatigue these past months despite the supposed convenience of working from home and using videoconferences to meet? Unfortunately, the vast majority of efforts to address WFH burnout ...
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Why Board Culture Matters Now More than Ever

Corporate boards were once a bastion for the Old Boys' Club with a traditional board culture that reflected the sameness of the members' interests. Today, we're working with corporations to transform boards into dynamic teams of busy executives who have ...
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Kind Words at Work

The pandemic turned work-life on its head. We're caught in the tumble load of a never-ending workday, pinballing between Zoom and Slack, duking it out with the family for WiFi, dishes piling up around us in our office...er...kitchen, and just trying to hold ...
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LinkedIn News Live: Vetting the Culture of the Company You are Interviewing For

Here is an interview you will want to see. A longtime member of the ExecuNet community, Career Coach Kathy Caprino, was on LinkedIn News Live talking about how to vet the culture of the organization you're interviewing for. After all, the interview is a ...
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What Executive Women Want in the Workplace in 2021

Women's business advocate Jennifer Justice, CEO and Co-Founder of The Justice Dept joined Tony Vlahos to talk about women in the workplace, ways she helps women succeed in their careers, and who she is and how she came to be doing what she's doing. ...
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