6 Leadership Gems for Building Psychological Safety in Remote Teams

We are months into this transition to remote work and most everyone I speak to struggles with one or more aspects of working with and leading, remote teams. 

The Origins of Employee Experience

I recently sat down with a top executive who asked me - “where did employee experience come from? I keep hearing the term but I don’t know if it is the same as engagement. Did it come before engagement, or is it new?...

Maintaining Your Personal Sharpness and Sanity Through a Crisis

So, how’s this COVID-19 new normal working out for you?  Gained weight?  Feeling like a prisoner?  Foggy brained after your fourth Zoom call of the day?  Kids pushing your limits?  Well, you’re not alone.  In fact,...

Nine Attributes of an Inclusive Leader

In recent weeks, we have been powerfully reminded of the need for inclusive leadership by every news broadcast and radio station, political discussion, social media post, and dining room table discussion from coast...

Meeting the Needs of your Virtual Team

As I was walking around my neighborhood this morning, a jogger, with a small dog on a leash, greeted me by saying: “Good morning!”  After a second, he yelled back: “Oh, I mean good afternoon!”  Then he turned back to...

Dynamic Organization Design for a Rapidly Changing Market

Imagine your business 12 months from now. In spite of several years of steady growth, your market environment has suddenly changed. Growth has come to a halt and gone negative. Or growth may have become explosive,...

Scenario Planning for an Uncertain World

Well over a month into this global pandemic, your organization is in full crisis management mode, likely in one of three categories – surviving, idling, or thriving.  

Give Your Suddenly Remote Team What They Need: Structure

Are you, like many of us, suddenly leading a remote team? A team that until a short time ago had a shared office, shared meeting space, and a shared daily experience that is now no longer even possible?