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Leadership

How Serving in The Army Taught This Leader The Importance of Employee Wellbeing

As a past military leader myself, many of the biggest lessons I've learned about employee wellbeing come from my time in the army. Today, I'll share them with you.

Leadership

No One Talks About This Crucial Leadership Skill (But You Should Be and It Will Make You a Better Leader)

Validation is the prerequisite to vulnerability, authenticity, and belonging. It makes psychological safety a possible reality. As you learn this essential skill, you can be the impactful leader you want to be.

Leadership

Less is Not More: How Business Leaders Can Stem the Tide of Quiet Quitting

Business leaders can use these four strategies to discourage quiet quitting and keep employees more vested in the vision of the company.

Leadership

Employees Want to Feel a Sense of Belonging at Work. Here's How Leaders Can Make That Possible.

New evidence shows workplace belonging enhances the employee experience and organizational health. Here's why — and what leaders can do to make their employees feel like they belong.

Growth Strategies

12 Tactics To Help MENA SMEs Navigate Employee Engagement Challenges In A Digital-First World

The onus is now on the management to introduce work methods and policies that nurture emotional connections between employees and their workplaces, and motivate them to remain committed to the company for the long-term.

Leadership

How to Create a Connected Workforce Through Quality Core Values

It might seem as if having a transparent system of core values is only crucial in "big business," but that is not the case. The development of any company highly depends on how correctly these values are set and whether the team's actions follow them.

Leadership

The High Cost of Ignoring Your Software Developers' Experience in the Workplace (and How To Fix It)

Your company's success rests on your developers' skill and efficiency. Here's how to eliminate obstacles and free them to do their best work.

Growing a Business

4 Ways to Boost Your Company's Odds of Long-Term Success

Sticking to a few basic principles can position your business for a brighter tomorrow.

Growing a Business

7 Traits You Must Find In A Co-Founder

Starting a business is tough, so finding a co-founder and tackling the challenge together is a good idea. However, you should look for seven essential traits in your future co-founder to avoid trouble.

Leadership

Who Is to Blame for Quiet Quitting? We Are. Here's Why (and What to Do About It)

We can solve quiet quitting without shaming our employees — or losing them altogether.

Employee Experience & Recruiting

Solidarity Without Sameness: The Key To Working Together

To make the most of diverse teams, leaders need to foster solidarity and a culture of community and belonging. But, it also comes down to individual employees to play their part in acknowledging and respecting differences.

Employee Experience & Recruiting

Your Employees Aren't Motivated. Here are 7 Reasons Why You Need to Improve Employee Motivation

Motivation plays a central role in achieving anything in life, especially in business and careers. This article provides insight into the benefits of a motivated and dedicated team in elevating your business.

Leadership

3 Strategies for Hiring Promotable Entry-Level Talent

Beating a tough labor market is easier when you can promote from within. And the easiest way to have a promotable workforce is by setting up a pipeline of eager, entry-level workers.

Health & Wellness

The Untold Truth About Mental Health In The Workplace

Mental health is a significant issue that affects us all. It's time we talk about it.

Leadership

Employers Should Fear The Truth Behind Quiet Quitting. Here's Why.

Quiet quitting is a new phrase flooding social media. Why is it trending and what does it really mean for employees and leaders in the workplace?