In a roundtable conversation, clients from organizations of varying sizes and industries shared how they’re furthering their commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Before you take on a position at a new company, are you taking time to examine its culture?
We’re living at a time where access to knowledge is super easy. The question is, how do you go about making a learning plan that allows you to grow in the areas you’re having some challenges; or grow in the areas that you need to move forward?
Deeply entrenched cultural norms are being temporarily set aside, or even disrupted—and the collective untapped potential in many organizations is being unleashed. Will your leaders drift back to the habits, systems, and expectations of the past or will they continue with a learning mindset to support sustainable change?
How can you keep your organization’s unique values intact and your team united as you navigate change? Start with these helpful resources.
A significant challenge for executives is understanding how to lead through disruption while ensuring the long-term success of the business. Having clear focus, making strategic decisions, and supporting your team will help you better balance your short-term needs with your long-term strategy.
Here is a list of great resources to help you deliver great performance reviews, have critical conversations with your employees, and be a more effective leader in uncertain times.
Competition for the right talent is fierce. Savvy organizational leaders know that having the right culture can be that game changer.
You must approach work partnerships deliberately and purposefully. Use the three-legged stool analogy to help build work relationships.
Developing individuals for a future leadership role is a challenge for both human resource departments and business units, so why go at it alone? At CPED, we have experience working with organizations to design leadership development programs of all shapes and sizes.