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The business world moves and changes at a fast pace, and we must change with it. Training and development are crucial to employee success. These opportunities improve performance, increase engagement, and enhance employees’ leadership skills, leading to benefits in productivity, outcomes, and job satisfaction. The main...

Think old dogs can’t learn new tricks? Think again. While it may seem harder for people to learn as they get older, it is not impossible. It all comes down to technique. And those techniques don’t just apply to teaching yourself a new language or...

As Aristotle said, “man is by nature a social animal.” Relationships have always been the foundation of our ability to survive and thrive, and it is no different in business, where relationships and networking are the keys to the gates of success. But sometimes it...

An essential part of communication in the workplace focuses not on speaking, but rather listening. Active listening is a necessary skill for managers and employees alike, but one that people are losing in our modern age of multitasking. In a world where technology is ingrained...

According to a study by the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, there appears to be no significant correlation between remote work and productivity across 43 different industries. This finding suggests that embracing flexible work arrangements does not necessarily hinder productivity levels. Recent data from the...

Employee engagement. A buzzword that many people like to throw around, but what is it really? Engagement is not a measure of employee happiness, though the two often go hand-in-hand. Rather, it is how emotionally committed your employees are to your company and its goals....

Becoming a better leader is an ongoing journey that requires continuous learning, self-awareness, and adaptation. The manager you are in your 20s or 30s will not be the same one you are in your 40s or 50s. Those who want to be great leaders are...

Burnout, first described by Psychologist Herbert Freudenberger in 1974, is all too common 50 years later, especially post-pandemic. Burnout is more than just “being tired.” It is extreme physical, mental, and emotional exhaustion from work. This exhaustion affects both individual well-being and workplace productivity. It...

In recent years, all the talent and labor talk has focused on Millennials. But there’s a new kid in town, so to speak. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, Gen Z now makes up 12.7% of the total labor force in 2023, of which...

Having the wrong person in any job is an expensive business problem given that most employers aren’t paying people to coast through their workday, play on their phones, and basically not do their jobs. That’s the difference between doing the bare minimum to get a...