I have no doubt that the COVID-19 quarantine is going to have everlasting effects on the Gen Z workforce. Right now they are in some of the most formative years of their life. I am a student of generations and how they show up in the workplace, so my mind is already thinking about how
Encouragement for Leaders in Crisis Mode Ideas for Navigating the COVID 19 Chaos As a leader in your organization, your top priority must be to create some sense of order out of the chaos that COVID 19 is creating. It is an uncertain, likely overwhelming responsibility. To encourage you — the leader — as you’re
In doing some professional research recently, I stumbled upon an article that referred to a Gallup study with some interesting findings. The article said the demographic of 21 to 37 year old employees are 20 times more likely to stay and not change jobs if they have they have this one thing. As someone who
Life is not perfect. From time to time, every leader is going to have some dissatisfied employees. So leaders, you need to be fully aware of the predictable behaviors that will occur when one of your employees is dissatisfied. You won’t be able to predict with certainty the order in which these behaviors will surface.