WE Lead is a leadership development program for women that focuses on the whole person and achieving both personal and professional goals.
Serving as a hub of leadership activity, the Leadership Center offers a continuum of opportunities to meet people where they are in their career and to provide ongoing, ever-developing spaces for growth.
In today’s competitive work environment, it’s more important than ever for leaders and employees to feel confident and capable. Unfortunately, feelings of inadequacy and low self-esteem can undermine even the most talented individuals.
The annual “Take Your Child to Work Day” event comes every April, creating an opportunity to show your son or daughter just how much fun you have at work.
The COVID-19 pandemic has undeniably changed every aspect of life. Specifically in the world of work, how, where, when, and even who we work for looks quite different than it did pre-pandemic – opening opportunities for alternative career pathways.
The following blog is from Hamilton County Public Health on their Recovery Friendly Hamilton County initiative, which champions recovering citizens and helps establish workplaces as recovery friendly employers. You can also view their August 10, 2022 informational session below to learn more.
With summer only a few months away, the question, “What will I do?” may be on the minds of many youth, especially as states begin to ‘re-open’ and employers look to hire.
My research and overall work focuses on positively influencing thriving workplaces. One unavoidable aspect of this work is toxic culture. My vocation has centered on counteracting organizational norms that drive members apart.
Work-based learning (WBL) is not a new concept. Undoubtedly, it has changed over the years and will continue to, especially as younger generations like Generation Z enter the workforce.
It is important that organizations take alternative, people-centered approaches to truly engage and retain talent as they work towards creating an inclusive and equitable workplace culture. Let’s examine the current state to see why this matters more than ever.
As an update to our article posted in December 2021, on January 12, 2022, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled against OSHA’s emergency temporary standard comprised of a COVID-19 vaccine mandate for businesses on January 14, 2022. Many businesses, and employees, are rejoicing. Businesses no longer are required to figure out rollout plans, determine economic impact, fear voluntary separations, invest in new systems…but still have the option to move forward with their own vaccine or testing mandates if they so choose.
January is Mental Wellness month and our region is rich with resources to help you and your employees to support stronger mental health and wellness. The pandemic has caused dramatic changes and increased stress which have adversely affected mental well-being. “There’s a name for that blah you’re feeling, it’s called languishing” was The New York Time’s most-read article in 2021. This resonates with how people are feeling and broaches the subject of mental health which may be affecting your business as a reason for employee disengagement and turnover. Below are resources and tips which may help your business.