If you are called to serve others in a leadership capacity, then you must commit to become a trauma-informed leader. Here’s what that means, and six reasons why it’s so important.
We spoke with the president of Federally Employed Women (FEW) on achieving career clarity, building a professional network when you find it difficult and more.
The only constant is change and change is difficult for most of us – humans and organizations alike. Here’s how you can be a more effective change agent for your organization.
People with disabilities often face barriers to employment. But conducting a disability assessment and providing reasonable accommodations can change that—and be a win-win for both employer and employee.
There are many ways to describe hybrid work’s transformative impact on society, but they mean the same thing: People have more work flexibility than they used to. Here are expert tips for collaborating in a hybrid environment.
When the pandemic struck during his second year in office, Shreveport Mayor Adrian Perkins learned important lessons about staying flexible.
At any given time in your career, you will experience a career setback. Even individuals at the top of their game will inevitably suffer a workplace obstacle. How you respond to setbacks determines and defines your job future.
Kindness might seem like a popular buzzword these days, but maybe it’s because there is something extraordinary about it. Maybe it’s because even the smallest act can change someone’s entire day. Show some kindness to your employees with these nine simple ideas.
Have you ever heard of a growth mindset vs. a fixed mindset? Having a growth mindset allows you to embrace challenges, and it encourages a drive to learn more. Here are easy ways to develop it.
“Imagine the raw power of 225,000 uniquely qualified individuals who are given the tools and permission to make a health care system better.”