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Leadership

Why leaders avoid difficult conversations & 5 ways to get better at them

The art of communication. I wish we had learned more about effective communication in school, especially difficult conversations, the same way so many wish they learned more about financial literacy, emotional intelligence and the importance of well-being.  They’re just so darn important in all areas of life and, especially, in business. One of the most common challenges I partner with

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Leadership

The rise of women, leadership & how to lead in new ways

The pandemic changed every one of us for better or worse, and for many (especially women), it shifted how we lead ourselves in our businesses and personal lives. Perhaps with care and attention. While the global crisis had a disproportionate effect on women in the workforce, it also presented an opportunity to lead bigger and bolder moving forward. It’s what

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woman standing at head of table talking to other leaders, both black women and a man
Leadership

How one leaders gamble was the best bet she made

Feeling stuck sucks. Believing you’re stuck is even worse. The difference between the two is one see’s possibilities and the other doesn’t. I often hear leaders ‘shoulding’ all over themselves it robs them of making choices that come from wanting to do something. It’s a classic sign of a leader, who is wrapped up in the cultural definition of what leadership looks like, that

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Human Resources

Are your employees quitting? Here’s how to retain them post-COVID

Is it unfair to assume that employee needs have changed post-pandemic? Likely not. We’ve all been impacted in one way or another despite what that looks like for each of us. The question is, how will these changes impact, organizations moving forward? As organizations look to reimagine their return to the office, talent and employee retention challenges will be amplified.  

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Leadership

4 ways leaders can prioritize mental health at work

Neglecting your mental health is like expecting a plant to grow without water. It’ll eventually die. That’s how important your mind is to the rest of your body. And it’s what often goes unnoticed when we’re working alongside our peers, colleagues and leaders.   Just because we don’t see what someone might be dealing with doesn’t mean all is well. Unfortunately, fear of

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