Tuesday, April 28, 2020

Discover What Your Employees Really Need Now

Discover What Your Employees Really Need Now The COVID-19 crisis presents many new challenges and will require many new responses.   The challenges we are facing today are wider in geography, longer in terms of the upheaval, greater in scope in terms of number of persons and organizations directly affected, and more transformational for workplaces. But…

By Kathryn Davanzo
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Monday, April 27, 2020

Updated April 27th – Planning for a Post COVID-19 Workplace: Introducing A Playbook for HR Leaders

Updated April 27th – Planning for a Post COVID-19 Workplace: Introducing A Playbook for HR Leaders   This document is continually updated to document and reflect on our research and to propose topics and questions HR leaders should consider as they prepare for a POST COVID-19 Workplace.   The content provided here will inform Planning for…

By Kathryn Davanzo
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Friday, January 6, 2017

You’re a Leader. We Need You to Lead!

Guest Blog from Erika Brennan, Head Golf Coach, University of Southern Mississippi erikabrennan.com Growing up as an only child, I was involved in countless sports and activities.  We were the family that always had some place to be, and that place was nearly always dictated by whatever practice, recital or extracurricular was going on in…

By Erika Brennan
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Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Why Amazon’s Priest and Imam Commercial Matters for Leaders

By now you have probably viewed the viral Amazon video of a Priest and Imam having a cup of tea.  After sharing their daily challenges of leading a group of followers, each took note of the physical discomfort that the other was experiencing from kneeling for much of the day.  In a modern day Gift of the Magi (with…

By James Sartain
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Wednesday, November 18, 2015

The Connected Leadership Framework: A Grounded Theory of Evidence-Based Leadership Development

Leadership has been the source of study (and debate) for hundreds of years.  Despite the ubiquitous nature of the term, however, there is little agreement on what makes great leaders great. From the “Great Man” theories that emerged in the early 18th century to the most recent wave of behavioral and cognitive-social theories of leadership…

By James Sartain
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