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Tips for Building High-Trust Workplace Cultures [INFOGRAPHIC]

“The glue that holds all relationships together — including the relationship between the leader and the led — is trust, and trust is based on integrity.“ —Brian Tracy When people are in high-trust workplace cultures — they report less stress and burnout, as well as higher levels of energy, engagement, and productivity (Source: Inc.). 83%…

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Employee Feedback: 5 Ways to Build a Culture of Communication [INFOGRAPHIC]

More and more companies are shifting away from traditional performance management processes and beginning to embrace and encourage ongoing feedback conversations. It’s important to view giving and receiving feedback as a muscle, one that needs to be exercised continually to help employees learn, grow, and succeed. Having open and honest conversations around performance shouldn’t just…

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Making the Move From Performance Management to Performance Development: 4 Must-Know Insights

As more and more companies move away from traditional performance management processes to embrace rating-less reviews and encourage more frequent conversations, they’re finding the change is easier in theory than in practice. At their core, performance management programs are really about supporting employees to elevate their performance in ways that advance the company’s goals and…

Talent Management Strategies to Bolster Positive Experiences Throughout the Employee Life Cycle

Talent Management Strategies to Bolster Positive Experiences Throughout the Employee Life Cycle

Creating a positive employee experience is a strategic priority for leaders in high-performing organizations. According to Gallup, half of any workforce is actively looking for a new job at any given time. This means it’s critical to focus on talent management strategies to attract, develop, and retain top talent in the workplace. The impact of…

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This Is Your Brain On Feedback: How Understanding a Little Brain Science Can Make a Big Difference in Your Next Feedback Conversation

It’s that time of year when many managers and leaders are gearing up for performance reviews – and when the idea of giving or receiving anything less than positive feedback can send both participants into a pit of anxiety. While feedback conversations are intended to improve performance, research by Columbia University neuroscientist Kevin Ochsner shows…