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3 Practical Ways to Bolster Employee Engagement in Yourself & Others

  Author: Sarah Charles Editor: Rachel Bryars Do you regularly find yourself daydreaming about your next vacation while counting down the hours of the workday? Do you have team members who often seem unmotivated?  While it is normal to feel that way now and then (especially in a pandemic), consistently low levels of involvement,...
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How to Compete for Top Talent: Hire & Train for High-Performance

  Author: Steven Spaulding, HigherEchelon Director of Business Development Editor: Rachel Bryars It’s a fundamental truth in business: every organization wants to hire and retain high performing employees. However, achieving this goal is much easier said than done, with larger companies that are well-resourced winning top talent through their own, internal talent management teams...
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Effective Change Management with the ADKAR Model

Author: Angie Fifer, Ph.D., CMPC Editor: Rachel Bryars "If you do not change direction, you may end up where you are heading.” – Lao Tzu Change is Inevitable One thing that is certain in business no matter the organization: change is both inevitable and necessary for relevancy and growth. However, change is challenging because...
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You Can’t Change Work ‘Culture’ Until You Understand It

Author: Donnie Horner, Ph.D. Editor: Rachel Bryars Culture is one of the most expressed and least understood concepts on Earth. As one NFL observer (accurately) noted, there is not a newly hired head coach who does not address the need to change the culture of the team. Other observers (incorrectly) note: “Coach X is...
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Why most change management efforts fail (and 4 ways to help them succeed)

Author: Dr. Donnie Horner Editor: Rachel Bryars Maybe your organization is transitioning to a new technology and team members are digging in their heels.  Maybe there is an important organization-wide initiative that is floundering. Why do most change efforts fail? Often, because they require a change to some aspect of an organization’s culture. What...
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