Improve Active Listening Skills With These Quick 3 Steps

We know that extensive social distancing has required a shift in the way many of us communicate right now. It means that active listening is more important than ever!

Fight, Flight or Freeze: How Do You React Under Pressure? [Infographic]

So often, we find ourselves in situations that require a flight, fight or freeze response, lessening or even eliminating our ability to control the situation. Would you like to know how to win these situations? This infographic will show you.

What Can Your Organization Do to Engage its Employees? [Infographic]

Keeping employees engaged results in happiness, loyalty & productivity. Helping employees achieve important goals is the first step to raising engagement.

How ENGAGED is Your Company’s Workforce? [Infographic]

The American workforce has over 100 million full-time employees. Gallup researched 195,600 of those to uncover interesting insight on employee engagement.

How to Hire and Build Great Teams [Infographic]

When it comes to hiring and building your team, does your company know what is truly important to your staff? Meeting their needs makes for happy workers.

Training: Key Initiative or an Afterthought for Your Business? [Infographic]

Most businesses understand the importance of training, yet many don't have a strategic plan to ensure their training is effective and worthwhile.

When It Comes to Developing Your Organization, Do Your Numbers Add Up? [Infographic]

When it comes to organizational development, balancing employee needs, training, leadership development & growth opportunities are all important factors.

How the Different Generations Stack up in the Workforce [Infographic]

Millennials are the most populous generation in the workforce, having overtaken Generation X'ers in the past few years. The make up of the workforce will continue to change significantly over the coming decade as Baby Boomers retire and more members of Generation Z enter the workforce.

Who Is To Blame For Organizational Chaos: The Disengaged Employee or The Ineffective Leader? [Infographic]

Which came first? The chicken or the egg? It's kind of like that when considering the source of employee disengagement. Is it the employee's fault for being not engaged, or does the onus fall on leaders for creating the communication chasm that leads to disengagement?