Today, our primary concern should be for the people we lead. We must be intentional about placing our employees’ welfare front and center in our minds.
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Research shows people remember information better if it’s presented to them in a virtual environment. When this information is considered through the lens of effective employee education, integrating XR into training programs seems to make sense.
Far too often we make bad decisions because we fail to take the right perspective. Zooming out and creating emotional, physical, and time-based distance from our decisions is proven to unlock better decision-making.
People get stuck when they don’t know their role or are unsure about how to do their job. Managers must diagnose and fix this situation or risk bigger breakdowns in team cohesion and productivity.
The pursuit of mastering your craft is a continual journey; however, reducing distractions to improve focus is the first step.
An organization led by people of integrity who hire honest workers and embrace a culture of honor is bound to be staffed by highly-engaged employees. Having engaged employees is the most effective driver of success.
Let your badge of honor be that as you enter retirement, you are in good health, physically and mentally. You made a difference in the lives of those you have worked with. You have the energy to start another chapter of joyous events. You understood the value of your life and time. You have enjoyed… Read more »
Public leaders should adhere to the following principles when communicating budget information.
Executive functions are the mental skills that allow people to plan, focus, remember instructions and juggle multiple tasks successfully. If you suffer from executive dysfunction, your ability to do any one of these things is impaired.
I often find myself caught in between a stereotypical “millennial” world of doing what you love, following your dreams, etc., and the stereotypical “boomer” world of life never goes your way nor should it.