Do you Really Need to Prepare for an Active Shooter at Work?

Do you Really Need to Prepare for an Active Shooter at Work?

Business leaders know that active shooters can be anywhere. As employees return to the workplace, it’s time to prepare for the possibility of an active shooter at work. Atlanta spa shootings | Eight people died. One injured.  Boulder grocery store shootings | 10 died....
Which Competencies Are Most Important for Your New Leaders?

Which Competencies Are Most Important for Your New Leaders?

An accelerated pace of change, social causes, and work/life balance are everyday business concerns. Here are six key leadership competencies for today’s new leaders. It’s easy to call to mind examples of great leaders — from explorers to activists to military,...
What Will the COVID-19 Vaccine Do to Employee Retention?

What Will the COVID-19 Vaccine Do to Employee Retention?

COVID-19 vaccines are welcome news as we look to end this pandemic. However, employers must balance new vaccine policies with factors affecting employee retention. How will it affect your workforce? Pfizer. Moderna. Johnson & Johnson. Novavax. Oxford/AstraZeneca...
Who Knew? 10 Skills to be Grateful for from 2020

Who Knew? 10 Skills to be Grateful for from 2020

Beneath all the headlines in 2020, we quietly learned these ten skills that will help us make every year a little better. Who knew, one year ago, that 2020 would be such a remarkable year? Truly remarkable. Challenging. Unique. Devastating. Unexpected. Whatever...
The Stay Conversation: It’s How to Retain Top Talent

The Stay Conversation: It’s How to Retain Top Talent

Have you been exploring new ideas on how to retain top talent? Try having “stay” conversations. Immediately following a merger, acquisition, or reduction in force announcement, smart company leaders turn their attention to the remaining employees. In...
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