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‘Organization Culture’ Category

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, […]

In the world of business, change is a constant, and the most successful leaders understand the importance of equipping their teams to navigate it effectively. Staying ahead in a competitive market requires not just adaptability but proactive preparation for the shifts that are required to remain agile. Recent Gallop statistics highlight the necessity for leaders […]

Diversity in the workplace isn’t just a buzzword but a reality. More often than even before, companies are bringing together individuals from various cultural backgrounds, each with their unique perspectives, values, and work styles. While this diversity can be a tremendous asset, it also presents challenges in terms of overcoming cultural differences and finding common […]

Human resources teams have been on the frontline of massive workplace changes for the past several years. HR professionals have had to show remarkable adaptability and resilience to evolve and rapidly lead through challenge after challenge. Many of the issues that HR teams will tackle in 2023 are a continuation of issues that have been […]

During the last three years, Human Resource teams have been thrust into workplace upheaval – a global pandemic, a collective shift in mindset, a shrinking economy and the threat of recession – it’s been easy to feel overwhelmed. HR teams have had to navigate the impact of these crises, while showing resilience and adapting at […]

In our latest Coach’s Corner blog, we are pleased to invite you to get to know Shana Lory. Shana is a skilled facilitator and coach with expertise in leadership development and change management. A former leadership facilitator at Citibank among other key roles, Shana focuses on teaching the critical soft skills and success-related attributes leaders […]

Everyone wants to feel safe in their job, not just physically, but also psychologically. Employees want to come to work every day feeling engaged in what they do and comfortable in sharing ideas and strategies with those with whom they work. It has been shown that companies with greater psychological safety have a greater likelihood […]

Quiet quitting has become a recent trend that has generated much discussion among employers and employees alike. But quiet quitting is really just a new name for a behavior that’s been around for some time. It refers to employees doing only the bare minimum and sticking only to meeting their job description, instead of going […]

In this month’s Coach’s Corner blog, we are delighted to feature Carol Kelly, an accomplished executive coach and strategic consultant, whose expertise is in preparing executives to be ‘high-impact, transformative’ leaders, especially those facing complex change and transition issues. Recognized as a holistic thinker, Carol views people and organizations as “human systems” and helps her […]