What’s happening in the workplace right now? Adam Grant and Simon Sinek talk about what we are seeing in organizations across the world—and there are some clear trends that emerge. (A two-part discussion)
Gallup: State of the Global Workplace - 2023 Report. Learn why globally, over half of employees expressed some level of intent to leave their job.
This concise Forbes articles explains the 5 core characteristics of high performing teams. Consider sharing it with your team.
Brené Brown and Guillen Barrett explore what gets in the way of people showing up, what gets in the way of doing the work, and how judgment is the primary killer of these spaces.
Paul Roos, legend of the AFL and Performance by Design Co Founder talks to Candy Hertz about Culture trends, Leadership and Feedback. Paul achieved incredible success across 20 years as both a player and a coach within football. His revolutionary approach to player feedback and recognition being pivotal in the construction of the much-revered ‘Bloods Culture’, this culminated in 2005 when he led
Your workplace culture is vital to the effectiveness of your business. Building the right culture can help you gain a real competitive advantage in your market and turn your company into one that everyone wants to engage with — from top-quality talent to high-value customers.
This annual report represents the collective voice of the global employee. In this edition, the pandemic and its aftershock continued to disrupt the workplace. Check out the most recent employee data and workplace trends in the State of the Global Workplace: 2022 Report.
This podcast explores 5 questions in 10 minutes. Content is centered around team engagement and leadership principles
There's a plethora of materials around engagement, however this Forbes article offers sage advice on team engagement.
Our Head of Coaching, Adam Lang offered this insightful article to his coachees last week. We think it's worth sharing. Dr. Nicole Detling is a sports psychologist who’s worked with athletes at the very top of their sports. She advises that The Zone can be fleeting so the more effective route is to build the skill of mental resilience into a habit. Put the failures behind us (flush them) and move