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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 ...Read Article
During tough times, an amazing thing happens: People improve themselves. They take classes. They go back to school. They learn something new. As an HR pro, you're probably still working your tail off and trying to figure out how to adjust to the new normal.Read Article
Employee engagement surveys are suffering. No matter how many surveys you run, the results just aren’t revealing anything concrete about your company’s core issues. And it's probably because you're not asking the right questions.Read Article
There’s no magic button to make organizational change succeed, but there are a few factors that we see over and over when things do work out. And the one that should be shouted from the rooftops is company culture. This isn’t to say that a strong vision or measurable goals aren’t important, of course, but culture is a bit of an unsung hero. Sure, it’s “softer” and less quantifiable — but it’s a necessary part of the foundation for any change-management process.
Employee engagement is the responsibility of leaders. This isn’t an empty proclamation — according to Gallup, managers account for as much as 70% of the variance in employee engagement scores. So supervisors need to deliberately make increasing engagement one of their job duties.