Culture - Page 9

Ready for the new normal? Find out how to cultivate a strong company culture, whether you're in-person, hybrid or remote, here.

Employee Experience & Recruiting

You Have to Actually Know Your People to Retain Them. Here's Why It Matters.

Nobody thrives in a vacuum. When leaders take the time to understand who people are and what motivates them, it nurtures a culture of excellence.

Leadership

There Are 6 Types of Great Leaders — Which One Do You Fall Into?

Leadership matters more than ever before. But leadership styles of the past aren't the ones that resonate most with today's employees. Here are the top six that do.

Culture

Yes, We're Still Messing Up Hybrid Work. Here's Where Exactly We're Going Wrong.

With managers recognizing new skill requirements for hybrid work yet lacking proper training, there's an urgent need for adaptation and training in management practices.

Leadership

How to Build Team Culture in a Remote-Work World

Working from home is here to stay! Discover the best ways to build a healthy team culture with a remote workforce.

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Business News

Here's How Much Money U.S. Employees Will Sacrifice to Avoid Returning to the Office, According to a New Study

Ninety percent of U.S. workers don't want to be in the office five days a week.

Living

12 Factors That Are Fueling Your Workplace Mental Exhaustion

If you feel burnt out at work, consider how these twelve factors determine your recovery time.

Employee Experience & Recruiting

Let Your Employees Be CEOs for a Day to Harness Their Hidden Power

Helping people think strategically, by imagining themselves as chief executive, is one way to generate new ideas and drive innovation.

Thought Leaders

You Can Craft a Passion-Driven Success Story with the Proper Business Partners. Here's How.

Discover how rejecting misaligned opportunities and forging strategic partnerships based on passion and values can lead to a fulfilling entrepreneurial journey.

Leadership

Why Jim Collins Is Wrong About How to Create Core Values

Jim Collins's revered method for establishing company core values might not suit all businesses, particularly when disconnected from customer value propositions. Here are my suggestions for crafting your company's core values, based on real results.

Leadership

Rejection Doesn't Have to Be a Bad Thing. Here's How You Can Use It as a Tool for Success.

Rejection can actually be helpful if you look at it the right way. Use these expert tips to embrace it.

Science & Technology

Remote Work Might Increase Productivity, But It Stifles Your Creativity — Unless You Adopt This Tool.

Remote teams thrive when it comes to productivity, but how do you replicate that same success when it comes to addressing the innovation challenges in remote work?

Productivity

How I Pulled Myself Out of Burnout and Turned My Ambitions Into Reality

The all-too-common narrative of burnout in American workplaces has reached a tipping point — including for myself. Here's how I used a Japanese framework called ikigai to pull myself out of that spiral and build my dream job instead.

Business News

Why Neiman Marcus Doesn't Care If Its Corporate Employees Stay Remote

Due to its remote-work policy, about 40% of Neiman Marcus' 1,800 corporate workers are now based outside Dallas, where the company's first store opened in 1907.

Growing a Business

Here's Why Businesses Should Stop Trying to Hire for "Cultural Fit"

Recruiting and retaining "cultural contributors" makes workplace cultures and organizations stronger.

Productivity

I Am a Parent and an Entrepreneur. Here Are 11 Strategies I Use to Get Things Done and Outsmart Guilt.

Being both a parent and an entrepreneur is challenging. But you don't have to choose between the two to be successful.