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Posts from David Niu

TINYpulse Joins Forces With Limeade

Nearly a decade ago, I convinced my wife to sell everything we owned, stuff the rest of our belongings in storage, and buy one-way tickets to New Zealand when our daughter was 10 months old to take a careercation. While living out of two suitcases and visiting six countries, I was inspired to start TINYpulse with the simple idea that happier employees make happier parents, partners, children, friends, etc. From that idea, we invented the pulsing category so organizations can listen to their people to understand how happy, frustrated, or burnt out they are so they can enact positive change.

How The Sexes Differ On Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DE&I) efforts have really accelerated and taken off in recent years. In a 2021 survey of over 400 human resources managers, over 50% rated DE&I as a top priority for their organizations. Furthermore, our research surveyed over 1,000 employees corroborates this trend, and 73% of respondents shared that their organizations are committed to diversity.

New Hires Suffering in Silence: Two Key Ingredients Missing from Remote Onboarding Programs

Employees who were hired during the COVID-19 pandemic are struggling to get connected in the social fabric and culture of organizations in ways that may not be easily observed. This cohort is providing 34% less peer recognition than their counterparts from the previous year. What’s more, they are 20% less likely to acknowledge company values by tagging values to the recognition they do provide.

Weighing the Hidden Costs and Benefits of WFH — Nadella Is Asking The Right Questions

By Brooks Holtom, PhD and David Niu, CEO of TINYpulse When COVID-19 took hold in the U.S. and 42 states and territories issued mandatory stay-at-home orders, we commenced a massive work from home (WFH) experiment. In the short term, the benefits were obvious: employees working from home were safer, they saved time and money by not commuting, and many organizations were pleasantly surprised to find productivity did not suffer as much as they feared. However, some leaders wondered about the hidden costs. Specifically, Satya Nadella, CEO of Microsoft, shared,  

Updated: Free WFH Essentials for COVID-19 Impacted Leaders

Helpful COVID-19 Resources: Leading in Uncharted Waters: A popular post by our Founder and CEO David Niu on how to respond to Coronavirus as a leader. Includes tips on working and managing effectively from home. How to Manage a Remote Team Effectively During Times of Uncertainty: Plenty of actionable tips and helpful information to work from home effectively. Advice to leaders on how to maintain work culture. Get TINYpulse WFH Essentials: For a limited time, get up to two free months of TINYpulse and help lead your team through the pandemic crisis with confidence.   TINYpulse is headquartered in Seattle, Washington at the United States epicenter for Coronavirus / COVID-19. I have decided to support all organizations transitioning to a Work from Home (WFH) approach by giving any team a free subscription to the TINYpulse WFH Essentials to keep their people engaged, motivated, and inspired.  Click here and our team will get you started — risk free. For any organization that chooses to continue their subscription beyond the free period, TINYpulse will donate 10% of the annual subscription to the COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund for WHO on their behalf. We implemented a remote / WFH policy starting last week and expect this will extend for weeks. As more and more organizations start implementing a WFH approach, I also wanted to share some valuable tips. These are the best practices that are working for us to keep our people focused and connected. 

TINYtalk: Altek Supply's Manager Month Theme and Results

Recently, I saw a LinkedIn post by Altek Supply that shared the results of the four questions they pulsed their team during May, which they dubbed "Manager Month." I was blown away by the transparency and the outstanding results of their pulses, so I had to interview Mike Atema, President and CEO of Altek Supply to learn more. Don't miss TINYtalk: Step Up For Students - Boosting Culture during COVID-19. Click the video above to watch the full interview with Mike Atema. Or enjoy the edited transcript below.