Follow the latest thought leadership from the authors of The Wall Street Journal Bestselling book, Connectable: How Leaders Can Move Teams From Isolated to All-In. Topics include workplace loneliness, cultivating belonging, inclusive leadership, and much more.
High-quality feedback elevates human performance. Here’s proof. A recent paper by psychologist David Scott Yeager...Learn more
No one—including Generation Z—wants to be slave to their phone or smart device. Yet, it would appear they need some help as 67 percent of Generation Z say that they experience a high level of stress when their phone is lost, broken, or stops working.Learn more
After reviewing four similar studies of employee motivation conducted in 1946, 1980, 1986, and 1992, Carolyn Wiley, the Department Chair for Management, Leadership, & Human Resources at Roosevelt University, uncovered top responses such as “interesting work,” “job security,” “good wages,” and “feeling of being in on things.”Learn more
There are few milestone days in a person’s life. Graduations, weddings, and retirements are a few examples of days that deserve punctuation.Learn more
Beginnings matter. And how the next generation of employees begin their career at your company really matters.Learn more
In the past, generations were defined by a single step in the line of descent from an ancestor which typically spanned 15-20 years. Today, generations are formed by significant events, innovations, or culture shifts during the moldable years of an age cohort.Learn more
Gen Z college graduates are 2.5 times more likely to stay with their employer for five or more years if they feel their skills are fully utilized with challenging, meaningful work.Learn more