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Diversity and inclusion have never been more important in the workplace than right now. What do these terms mean, and how can organizations hope to improve diversity and inclusion in their offices? Many terms have worked their way into the language of business over the
When it comes to change and change management, most people agree with former British Prime Minister, Lord Salisbury. He is attributed the line, “Change? Change? Aren’t things bad enough already?” Change makes us uncomfortable. We have to learn new ways of doing things, and it’s
Every organization has its own business management style. Unfortunately, one of the most common styles in business is the Iron Fist. HBO’s recent Chernobyl miniseries explored the nature of the accident, the people involved with its containment and the collateral effects on ordinary people in
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Change management comes down to proper planning, collaboration and execution. When the human resources department and the c-suite executives work together, everyone wins. The best-laid plans often become so warped when trying to lead a change initiative that it makes you wonder if planning for
Employee engagement thrives when everyone shares and works together. If we re-learn what we knew as children, we can improve employee communications. It’s the Little Ones Who can Teach us About Employee Engagement and Teamwork If you’ve ever been around toddlers and kindergartners, you’ll notice
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To truly embrace diversity and inclusion in your workplace, you must build employee communications that create an understanding. Truly embracing diversity and inclusion in your workplace is more than allowing everyone the chance to speak and provide input for all situations and projects. To build
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