Disengagement is a Major Issue In Organizations. It’s Multifaceted and Costs Your Company Money

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Employee disengagement is not just a phase; it’s a contagion that can result in your entire team disengaging from their work and one another. That progression may happen slowly over time or seemingly overnight. When it does,...

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Communicate and Connect with Stake Holders Authentically In Your Written Messaging

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Every form of communication involves two people: The individual communicating the message and the individual receiving and interpreting that message. Whether speaking to a team leader in your office or the entire company at a town hall event, you...

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Active Listening Is Imperative For Trust Building, Performance, and Deepening Connections

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Listening is an intentional behavior. When you listen actively, you are present and focused on what the other person is saying because you want them to feel heard and valued. When your team feels heard, they know they matter and that you welcome...

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To Grow as a Leader, Ask For Feedback and Be Open to Hearing It, Including Negative Comments

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As a leader, creating an environment where open communication and feedback are welcomed and encouraged is important. You not only need to give continuous feedback to your team, but you must seek it out as well. Asking for your team's...

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To Create a High-Performing Team, Consider Giving Ongoing Feedback, Both Positive and Negative

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When continuous feedback is a part of your standard operating procedures, you will create a more robust culture with open communication and employees who understand and demonstrate your organization's values. 

Those organizational...

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3 Ways to Supportively Connect With Your Team When Tragedies Occur

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Recently, 21 families lost loved ones in a shooting at an elementary school in Uvalde, Texas. The shooter, who was 18, used an assault weapon, a semi-automatic rifle. His intentions and his plan were clear. Unfathomable, but...

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Understanding Your Employee’s Trauma, It’s Impact, and How toTalk About It Effectively

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Workplace trauma is real.

Traumatic events occur in every organization, so it is critical that you understand the different types of events that trigger a trauma response, how different people respond to traumatic events, and how you can...

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How to Talk About Mental Health in the Workplace and Create a Culture of Caring and Support

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In 2019, Mind Share Partners published a report about the prevalence and stigma surrounding mental health challenges in U.S. workplaces. Sixty percent of the respondents had not talked to anyone at work about their mental health in the...

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Susie Moore on How Leadership Doesn't Have to Be So Hard

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As leaders, we can get caught up in the daily stressors and problems that come with being in charge. The impact of having a continuous loop of stressors can feel untenable and overwhelming, especially if you don't have a framework to help you...

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Positve Self-Talk Can Be Your Much-Needed Friend During Hard Times

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You have the power to get through the hard times with a booster shot of positive self-talk. Self-talk is exactly what it sounds like: It's how we talk to ourselves, our internal dialogue. 

When our self-talk is encouraging, we function...

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