One of the most difficult conversations for the leader of a diverse workforce to have is anything related to perceived mistreatment by an individual or group based on discrimination.
Instead of trying to manage time, you will shift your thinking and understand that time management is about managing yourself.
Suddenly you are working remotely and doing on-line presentations.
At work, we inevitably must deal with difficult situations and people.
Most of us want to avoid conflicts but they are a part of life. We won’t always agree with others,
In today's multicultural society, successful organizations recognize the importance of a diverse and inclusive workplace to promote employee engagement and wellness, and to enhance productivity.
While the government has decreased the number of itemized deductions available for people to claim, there are still many complex subjects on Schedule A that need to be analyzed.
We'll cover everything you need to know to deliver any presentation with clarity, persuasiveness, and confidence.
Our brains are programmed to react to crisis and perceived threats in a very specific way.
When organizations are trying to survive a changing market, considering a reboot of their business
When the marketing team only has a marketing execution focus, it isn’t until there is a problem that we ask the question why?
Whether your organization or customers are grappling with uncertainty, marketing has a role at the table to address the challenges. The question is how do you engage?
In these turbulent times, COVID-19 has flipped the way we work. Remote work isn’t just a short-term reality - it’s the new reality.
The new Families First Coronavirus Response Act takes effect April 2, 2020 and with it comes temporary requirements that impacts employers with less than 500 employees.
Conflict can be daunting to face when people don't know how to address it.