As many organizations prepare for a return to work, your employees are relying upon you to share frequent, clear updates about decisions that are being made within your organization. It’s your responsibility as a leader to make sure that you’re making effective internal communication a top priority during this time
If you live in Quebec, I’m sure you’re not immune to the controversy that’s going on right now about the decision that was made to progressively open schools over the next few weeks. I’m not here to debate whether or not this was a good decision. But what I do
Whether you’re in a leadership position or in Human Resources, you’re likely being faced with employee questions that reveal the fear and anxiety your employees are experiencing in today’s uncertain economy. Of course, this is on top of your own emotions that you’re having to manage. These are difficult times
Five years ago, when my mom and uncle were killed in a car accident, my life fell apart overnight. I literally went from hopping out of the pool laughing with the kids and chatting with a friend, to sobbing for months on end. My existence seemed divided into two distinct
Many people are of the opinion that business is business and that there is no place for feelings in the workplace. In other words, feelings are to be set aside at work. But times are changing… What if learning to make space for feelings in the workplace was the strategic
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