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Autonomy and Connection: Yes, You Can Have Both
AUGUST 17 VIRTUAL CONFERENCE

Autonomy and Connection: Yes, You Can Have Both

Helping employees stay connected to the company and each other while they work apart is the pandemic’s lingering dilemma. For organizations transitioning to a hybrid format after more than two years in a largely remote work environment, the adjustment brings with it the challenge of keeping dispersed teams of colleagues humming in sync even when […]

BY Susan Kelly | September 2, 2022

Hot Conflicts in the Workplace? Here’s How to Defuse Them
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Hot Conflicts in the Workplace? Here’s How to Defuse Them

“Humans are not hardwired to be racist or sexist, but they are hardwired to be very biased against other groups,” said Amanda Ripley, an investigative journalist and the author of High Conflict: Why We Get Trapped and How We Get Out. “Groupish” behavior separates people into factions, and factions can go to war. “In high […]

BY Emily McCrary-Ruiz-Esparza | August 28, 2022

Removing Obstacles to Improve the Employee Experience
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Removing Obstacles to Improve the Employee Experience

Carly Ackerman, the director of customer experience for VIP accounts at Eightfold.ai, a talent-intelligence platform, works closely with talent leaders across many different fields. The most common question she fields from them: “How do I break a longstanding culture of talent hoarding? That’s one of the big challenges that I’m hearing today.” Even though employees […]

BY Emily Nonko | August 27, 2022

How to Deliver Real Job Flexibility to a Distributed Workforce
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How to Deliver Real Job Flexibility to a Distributed Workforce

“Flexibility is not a favor,” said Carmen Canales, SVP and chief people officer at Novant Health, a North Carolina-based health care system. “It’s a business requirement.” Because it’s not a favor, employers should expect reasonable returns. It’s easy for employers to see dollar signs in their eyes when thinking about how much more productive a […]

BY Emily McCrary-Ruiz-Esparza | August 25, 2022

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