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3 Surprising Factors That Make It Hard for Leaders to Resolve Conflicts

Liz Kislik July 9, 2021   Recently, I had a wonderful conversation with Danny Langloss, who is the host of the Leadership Excellence podcast, the City Manager of Dixon, Illinois, and a true student of leadership. Danny asked me a lot of questions about conflict resolution. We categorized conflict as a particular aspect of problem-solving … Continue reading 3 Surprising Factors That Make It Hard for Leaders to Resolve Conflicts

3 Ways Leaders Can be More Inclusive in the Hybrid Workplace

Sammy Courtright June 30, 2021 As the world returns to work post-Pandemic, the workplace will never look the same again as so many employees grew accustomed to the flexibility of not just working from home, but working from anywhere in the world. However, in spite of the huge benefit of flexibility, other potentially harmful issues … Continue reading 3 Ways Leaders Can be More Inclusive in the Hybrid Workplace

Leading Millennial + Gen Z Employees? Here Are Top Mistakes That Leaders Make When Working With Them.

Clair Kim May 31, 2021 With the rise of Millennial and Gen Z employees in the workforce, leaders who are used to working with older Millennials and Generation X are discovering that much of their usual management style is irrelevant when it comes to managing and communicating with the younger generations. The gap that so … Continue reading Leading Millennial + Gen Z Employees? Here Are Top Mistakes That Leaders Make When Working With Them.

Virtual Volunteering: What It Is and How Business Leaders Can Encourage It

Laura Spawn May 19, 2021 Recent public health crises have changed the way employers conduct business and manage their employees. However, for-profit businesses aren’t the only ones struggling to adapt to rapid shifts in the world and workplace. In the midst of COVID-19, many nonprofits have lost the bulk of their volunteer workforce, as well … Continue reading Virtual Volunteering: What It Is and How Business Leaders Can Encourage It