By Jill J. Johnson The level of distress that many leaders experience during a crisis is unsettling but normal. When many are displaced from their work and income, it can be comforting to just hide because you are so overwhelmed. Yet those who will recover demonstrate resilience. They catch their breath and then move forward …
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By Dr. Steve Yacovelli What are hidden or unconscious biases, and how can you start to manage them so you’re making the right decisions in your workplace and our world? Unconscious Bias Hidden or unconscious bias is the preference for or against a person, thing, or group held at an unconscious level. This means you …
By Dr. David Chinsky Feedback is a gift that anchors your relationships in honesty. Everyone depends upon the feedback they receive to appreciate and reinforce their areas of strength, and to identify areas for personal and professional growth and development. While there is no question that many people miss numerous opportunities to provide more frequent …
By Ken Tyler, Laundry Consultant
In any environment, leadership is a compelling intellectual force that moves people to action through consistent motivation. Leadership is, quite simply, effective or ineffective.