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Gone are the days of punching in, keeping quiet, and punching out. Today, employees want genuine connections at work from their managers and coworkers alike. EY’s empathy in business report found that mutual empathy between leaders and employees creates a safe, agile culture that increases efficiency, creativity, job satisfaction and innovation. That said, 52% of […]

What is a “Stay Interview,” and why should you conduct them? Stay interviews are an excellent opportunity for managers to gauge their personal performance as leaders and their employees’ satisfaction. Through properly and consistently conducted interviews, companies will see improved retention rates and a more positive company culture. The Do’s and Don’ts While these interviews […]

The traditional notions of leadership are being challenged. The Bureau of Labor Statistics data reported a 10% increase in layoffs from 2022 to 2023. The start of 2024 looks to be following the trend. Fox Business reports major companies in all sectors are preparing for a reduction in force (RIF). When navigating these choppy waters, […]

The International Coaching Federation (ICF), in partnership with PwC, estimated the global revenue from coaching to be over $4.56 billion. Clearly, it’s a vibrant and growing investment for leaders across vertical industries, with 99% of coached leaders expressing satisfaction with their coaching experience. This being said, today’s world requires data to back up investments, even […]

Strong leaders understand that, like change, leadership practices are dynamic. With 2024 underway, the pace of change continues to accelerate, and leaders must evolve to meet the moment with new techniques and a growth mindset that is ready to tackle new and evolving challenges. To thrive in today’s globalized and technologically advanced world, leaders must […]

Remote work isn’t new. Researchers have been studying the positives and negatives of remote work for a while. However, since COVID, remote work has taken center stage, and companies that weren’t ready for telework were thrown into a new work environment headfirst. Today, 35% of employees with jobs that can be done from home now […]

In today’s economy, organizational changes like Reduction in Force (RIF) are inevitable. However, how companies handle the transition for employees facing a RIF can significantly impact both their brand and the loyalty of remaining team members. One strategic approach gaining momentum is the utilization of Career Transition Services. Designed to help organizations experiencing change treat […]

RESERO is a Level 2 ICF Accredited coaching education program. It equips graduates with the academic requirements mandated by the ICF to become an associate certified coach or a professional certified coach.  The ICF accreditation sets the standard for creditable coaching and gives coaches something to measure themselves against. Coaches at the beginning of their […]

Cultural debt is when the actions of an organization, company, employees or stakeholders neglect the workplace culture. If left unaddressed, cultural debt can have a number of negative consequences. Resolving cultural debt takes some finesse so that it can be resolved with decorum. However, before we dig into the best ways to fix cultural debt, […]