The Changing Role of Leadership in an Outsourced World

Jeffrey Pfeffer, a Professor at the Stanford School of Business, distributed an interesting article by Gerald F. Davis of the University of Michigan about the changes facing corporations and corporate structures titled, “What Might Replace the Modern Corporation? Uberization and the Web Page Enterprise.” Although this is a very academic article and assumes substantive understanding of […] Read moreRead More»


Virtual Reality Can Bring Diverse Employees Together

Thoughts of virtual reality often bring to mind visions of crazed video gamers living in an alternate reality, or opportunities to experience what we might not have the ability or courage to encounter in real life. Something you may not have considered is virtual reality’s power within a business setting. However, as new technologies hit […] Read moreRead More»

Employee Engagement Myths and Facts – Infographic

Employee engagement seems to be top of mind these days, and with such an important topic affecting the bottom line of almost every organization, it’s crucial to understand the facts and myths surrounding employee engagement. Most organizations don’t understand engagement, so how are they going create it? One of the biggest misunderstandings is that engagement […] Read moreRead More»

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28 Components of Constructing Effective Organizational Culture [Infographic]

Strong company culture is  more important than ever. It is no longer a “nice to have,” but rather a “must have” if a company is serious about attracting top talent. Developing a company culture not only engages employees but also evolves and adapts as your company grows is crucial to success. It’s important that we […] Read moreRead More»


6 Steps to Transform Your Company Culture

Company culture can’t be rigid and unadaptable, or the company will fail. An outstanding company culture requires outstanding leadership, and changing the company culture requires leaders who recognize the real need for change, and who aren’t afraid of it. Outstanding leadership demonstrates maturity: conviction, diligence, focus, optimism, and the ability to handle uncertainty…. Read More»

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