Bad communications can lead to harm, particularly at work where relationships are tied to our careers, opportunities, advancement, mentorship and the glue of true collegiality — trust.
Inspiration often comes at the oddest moments and in the strangest of places.
When we think we’ve said something we shouldn’t have, we need to acknowledge it and say we may have misspoken.
Most human capital and workforce frameworks treat risk as a harmful thing to reduce, but strategic workforce management requires enhancing it.Read More
Employers can, and should, adopt progressive anti-discrimination policies that make it clear they embrace inclusion for all employees, even if Title VII still permits discrimination against some.Read More
Racquel Oden looks toward the changes in clientele to guide her training and diversity initiatives for Merrill Lynch’s wealth management financial advisers.Read More
It is a brave new world of workplace investigations. He-said/she-said has been replaced by “let’s go to the tape.”Read More
Whether they punched a time clock or punched out an opponent in the boxing ring, scrub or stud, hero or goat, nuclear physicist or gravedigger, millions of Chicagoans make their city work.
It’s incomprehensible and unjustifiable for an employer to discriminate on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity.Read More
My guess is that GM’s silent communication system started with senior leaders becoming so pervasive that people understood these gestures as clearly as if they had heard them out loud.