“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…”
How Our Dysfunctional Sleep Culture Erodes Performance
Conventional wisdom says sacrificing sleep to work longer hours is a path to success, but studies show missing sleep backfires.
How Trained Incapacity Could Hurt Your Ability to Problem-Solve
Honing only one skill set can lead to a fixed mindset and the inability to think creatively about a new problem.
The Myth of Multitasking
Focusing on a single task saves time, improves accuracy, and reduces stress.