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23rd August 2020
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How to Increase Allyship & Inclusion at Your Company

The events of the past several weeks have brought topics of racial inequality and allyship to the forefront of many people’s minds. More than ever, many of us are asking what role we can play as allies, both as an individual and company-wide. My work focuses on the topics of inclusion and allyship in the workplace. I help companies move beyond meeting diversity goals and look for ways to pr


23rd August 2020
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Developing Agile Leadership & Resilience During Times of Change

Agile leadership is an approach that helps managers and company leaders implement change with creativity, innovation, unity, and speed. Agile teams are able to address and resolve their conflicts and leverage innovative or “radical” ideas faster and with better impact than other less agile teams. Over the past few months, agile leadership has taken on greater importance than ever. The


23rd August 2020
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3 Ways to Help Your Remote Employees Thrive

Almost overnight, coronavirus has changed the way we work. Since the crisis hit, an estimated two thirds of employees have been working from home — and many say they’d be happy for it to stay that way.  Employers, too, have woken up to the idea of remote working: Twitter, Slack, and Google are just some of the firms who’ve pledged to extend and expand their work-f


23rd August 2020
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3 Tips for Unlocking Innovation at Your Organization

Innovation has always been important in the business world. Companies that don’t innovate pay the cost of inaction — competition finds a way to challenge the status quo and take over. We’ve seen this time and time again across several industries. But in our current circumstances, confronting a global pandemic, we’re all experiencing major disruptions. Whether we’re na


12th August 2020
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10 Fascinating Facts About Modern eLearning

Does anyone learn anything from a fully offline source anymore? That’s not a critique on “kids these days don’t read books!” or the like. My question is to get at a point of how intertwined learning has become with electronic sources. Perhaps you found an interesting newspaper fact and checked the source online, or read an old book and wanted to see if Wikipedia had an upda