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Employee Engagement & Company Culture Blog

Employee Engagement & Company Culture | TINYpulse | Topic: Leadership & Management Skills

100 Leadership Lessons to Thrive in the New Decade

There is something called the Lindy effect and it states that you can predict the future life expectancy of a non-perishable thing like an idea, or a restaurant, or a book based on how long it’s already been around. The longer something survives, the longer we can reasonably expect it to exist in the future.

Useful Google Sheets & Templates For Leaders — The Ultimate Boss's Resource

Today’s leaders are faced with a significant challenge. To be successful, they must possess traditional management skills, as well as the capabilities necessary to meet the demands of a rapidly changing business environment driven by technology. There is a constant need for learning and development in order to meet the needs of both employees and the organization. 

9 Critical Leadership Qualities Executives Need to Possess in 2020

These days, the business world is in the age of widespread and multidimensional uncertainty. Powered by digital disruption, economic, workforce, employee, and environmental issues are rapidly changing—to the point that change has become the new norm.

Leadership Lessons from Brené Brown, Ten Years Later

A decade ago, Brené Brown changed the conversation around leadership in an unexpected and lasting way. Brown is a researcher, author, and public speaker whose work over the past -decade has largely focused on things like courage, vulnerability, shame, and empathy. Specifically, how embracing them can make us better collaborators, leaders, and people to be around.   

A Leader's Guide to Successfully Managing Gen Z

Each generation of workers offers a unique perspective on what’s important in the workplace. For members of Gen Z, who were born between 1996 and 2010 and make up the latest generation to enter the workforce, this perspective has challenged some organizations.

How To Be A Change Management Hero: Process, How-To Plans, and Steps

Change is inevitable. And in order for an organization to grow, develop, and succeed, change is necessary.