Tag: "communication"

Diversity and Chemical Conversations

What chemicals are your conversations producing? And how is impacting diversity in your workplace?

Workplace Tragedy: Report Recommendations for Employer Response

No one wants a work-related tragedy to happen. But if the worst does happen, the way the employer responds can make a significant difference to the family of an injured or deceased worker.

Attention Manager: Become a Better Listener

Within the human resources profession, managers are placed in a unique position in that they serve as a bridge between the organization they work for and its employees. In order to be successful, HR managers and reps must be excellent communicators.

Co-Creative Conversations: Leading, Motivating and Evaluating with Excellence

By Sasja Chomos When I ask leaders if they are having regular conversations with employees, they inevitably say, “Of course! I talk with my staff all the time.” While there is no doubt that multiple communications happen on a daily basis, the real question becomes: are leaders having the right kinds of conversations that lead […]

Getting Beyond Measure (as the Only Measure)

The reality for HR professionals and managers alike is that while measurement is key, ongoing clarity of communication is even more vital to creating the environment for positive outcomes.

Are You Prepared For Change?

Change is constant and occurs whether we like it or not. Understanding its components on a personal level can help us translate that understanding to the organizational level; an important thing as organizational change typically affects many different areas of that organization. Maybe even more important is the effect that change has on the individuals within the organization, and the impact the change has on them.

Infographic: How to Say No at Work

The word ‘no’ has gotten a bad rap and we avoid it because it’s confrontational. But you can say no, if you know how.

Are You Brave Enough for Managerial Courage?

The term “managerial courage” was really borne from a need for brave leaders in the workplace: a willingness for a manager to stand up for what’s right, have their team’s back, refuse to sign up for an impossible deadline, or admit they don’t have all of the answers.