“Creating an opportunity for quality conversations allows all employees to feel heard and valued. It also creates an opportunity to display empathy and understanding. When team members know their co-workers care about all aspects of their well-being — even when it involves something they may not agree with, such as various aspects of reproductive rights — they are more likely to remain engaged and productive, even during times of difficulty.

It’s important to remember that support doesn’t require agreement; it just requires the willingness to have quality conversations. Leaders can do this by infusing the following best practices into their day-to-day habits…”

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How to Conduct Layoffs the Right Way

November 27th, 2022|

This article from SHRM includes insight from Christy Pruitt-Haynes (Global Head of Talent & Performance at NeuroLeadership Institute) on how organizations can better manage layoffs and set employees up for future success.