Culture & Leadership | Engagement

Stop the Surveillance: Why Some Managers Feel the Need to Monitor Workers, and What to Do Instead

By Joy VerPlanck, D.E.T., Sherilyn George-Clinton

There are valid brain-based reasons for hybrid concerns, but responding with surveillance might be more costly than you think.

September 7th, 2021

Culture | Culture & Leadership | Diversity & Inclusion | Engagement | new normal

How do you bond a team together when they’ve never actually met?

By Ted Bauer

As talent becomes increasingly global 18 months into the pandemic, more and more teams are having to achieve goals without ever having the pleasure of meeting in-person. How does that all work?

August 27th, 2021

Culture & Leadership | Engagement

You Can’t Stop The Great Resignation. But You Can Do This.

By Joy VerPlanck, D.E.T., Jeanine Stewart, Ph.D.

Given the scale of the workforce migration, individual employees’ reasons for leaving are pretty varied, but they generally come down to three main factors.

August 12th, 2021

Communication | Culture & Leadership | Engagement | Feedback | Growth Mindset | Management

In a Hybrid World, Quality Managerial Conversations Matter More Than Ever

By Ted Bauer

People have lots of theories about what the "new world of work" will look like. Maybe in reality it's just about managers learning how to structure better, insight-laden conversations.

August 5th, 2021

Engagement | FOCUS

Police Training Needs Work; Fix It with These Brain-Based Tips

By Joy VerPlanck, D.E.T., Kathy Cook

For behavior change to occur, new learning must be easily recalled and employed when it’s needed, like “stop, drop and roll.”

August 3rd, 2021

Engagement

The Brain-Based Case for Working Less and Achieving More

By Cliff David

Research shows that letting employees unplug can pay off. So maybe instead of embracing employee engagement models, we should disengage.

April 12th, 2021

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