Fun alliteration aside, it’s just a new version of the old cynicism—and leaders should not stand for it.
If you’ve been doing things the same way forever, change can be jarring—but sometimes you have to break things down to build them up better and stronger.
Top executives are joining the Great Resignation. Here’s how to keep yours.
Technological and social changes, from the rise of biometrics to the demise of Roe vs. Wade, have put CHROs in the hot seat on employee privacy matters: ‘Trust is the number one issue in companies today.’
As a leader, every move you make will either breathe more life into your company—or slowly kill it. The good news? The choice is yours to make.
For humans to thrive in a world of increasing automation, we have to make the most of our distinctly human strengths—which means being deliberate about cultivating wisdom, empathy and creative problem-solving in our workplaces.