How to Promote Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace in 2021

The common perception is that diversity and inclusion is an HR prerogative. But that’s not true. While the HR team is responsible for driving diversity and inclusion in the workplace, it needs to be a leadership priority that works from the top down. Embracing...

Gender equity, diversity and thinking preferences

Simply hiring more women doesn’t solve the issue of gender equity in the workplace. Diversity without inclusion leads to burnout, turnover, a lack of parity and other challenges like those we’re seeing at an even more intensified level as a result of the pandemic....

High-Performing Teams and Thought Diversity

Few people enjoy conflict. Most of the time, people actually try to avoid it. This is especially true when working in a team. It’s smoother when everyone gets along and goes along. When everyone is coming at an issue from the same angle, it’s much easier to sidestep...

How to Enable Your Business to Overcome the Frustrations of Collaboration

Collaboration continues to become an integral part of business. Whether online or in person, in the office or working from home it is often misunderstanding or miscommunication that causes frustration within collaborative efforts. In fact, a recent Deloitte study...
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How to be a great leader: the secret is vulnerability

How to be a great leader: the secret is vulnerability

The world is full of CEOs and leaders who think they know it all. The tech industry is especially guilty of it. Jeff Bezos, Mark Zuckerberg and Elon Musk have all been called out for their aggressive leadership styles, characterised by arrogance, bravado, entitlement...

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Brain Trust Blueprint: The #1 Trait of Unbeatable Teams

Brain Trust Blueprint: The #1 Trait of Unbeatable Teams

Teams have never been more important in business. But with the demands and complexities of today’s work environment—not to mention the challenges of working with global, remote or regularly changing team members—working in a team isn’t always easy. A great team is a...

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How to work with people you don’t like

How to work with people you don’t like

You can spend upwards of 40 hours a week with your co-workers. Have you ever stopped to think that on any given weekday, you could be spending more time with your work family than your actual family? And unfortunately, you can’t choose who that work family is. As is...

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Improving Teamwork: The Introversion/Extroversion Variable

Improving Teamwork: The Introversion/Extroversion Variable

A lot of the work we do is with teams. We work with leadership teams, project teams, virtual teams, teams that are thrown together at the last minute and teams that have been together for a long time. And one of the most interesting things we see in teams is how the...

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