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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
A Thanksgiving potluck at work is a great team-building activity to celebrate the holiday together and drive employee engagement. For a "Worksgiving," everyone brings in a dish that can feed the whole team — an appetizer, side dish, or dessert — and the manager or other leader can handle the main event: the turkey. But you don't have to be a professional chef to bring in a dish that will have all your coworkers asking for the recipe. No matter how experienced you are in the kitchen, these 20 Thanksgiving potluck recipes will ensure that you only have to return home with a tray scraped clean. (Try not to drool too much while looking at these pictures.
Where would we be without TED Talks? Since 1984, TED has worked to share ideas relating to technology, health, and management, among other subjects. Throughout the years, speakers like Al Gore, David Blaine, and Douglas Adams have given talk to help inspire others to improve their lives.
When people spend 40 hours a week together, week after week, you will undoubtedly have conflicts. A 2009 study by Psychometrics found that three out of every four human resources professionals have seen conflict result in personal insults and attacks. There are thousands of ways employees won’t get along with each other — they may hold opposing views on how to work as a team, feel slighted in a project, or simply have trouble communicating. Managers should follow these six steps to resolve workplace conflicts before they get out of hand.