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  • Leading Through Layoffs: How to Support Remaining Employees with a Listening EAR (Empathy, Action, Reprioritization)

    Leading Through Layoffs: How to Support Remaining Employees with a Listening EAR (Empathy, Action, Reprioritization)

    Many of my clients have made, or are facing, the tough decision to downsize. My clients’ experience reflects the current state of the labor market. Forbes reports that layoffs are up 46% from August and 68% compared to the same time last year. Layoffs are often a recourse to downturns in profitability and critical business […]

  • Tips for Managing Remote Teams

    Tips for Managing Remote Teams

    A year and a half into the Coronavirus pandemic, many organizations are still experiencing a state of constant change and transition that we expected to last only a couple of months. Organizations are evolving their strategies to fit a new normal, striving to achieve a healthy balance between organizational objectives and employee needs. The Newmeasures’ […]

  • HR Leaders Anticipate Greatest Talent Challenges

    HR Leaders Anticipate Greatest Talent Challenges

    Many companies are moving out of the first phase of crisis – managing and responding to COVID-19 – and into phase two: trying to define and transition to a new normal. Navigating the COVID-19 pandemic is difficult because the timeline is completely up in the air, leaving all of us wondering just how long we […]

  • Supporting Your Team Through Coronavirus

    Supporting Your Team Through Coronavirus

    The world is still working to understand the coronavirus and COVID-19, but you and your team are likely already feeling its impact. The latest reports according to NBC News reports, World Health Organization, state government leaders and health officials show people in more than 90 countries, including the U.S, have been infected. Many people are […]

  • Transparent Communication Alone Won’t Cut It — Part 2

    Transparent Communication Alone Won’t Cut It — Part 2

    This is the second of two blogs that explores the topic of transparent communication in the workplace. Previously, we illustrated the context of today’s world: trust in leaders is low, and demand for more information is higher than ever. We explained why your current communication strategy may not be doing much to rebuild trust, and […]

  • Transparent Communication Alone Won’t Cut It

    Transparent Communication Alone Won’t Cut It

    This is the first of two blogs that explores the topic of transparent communication in the workplace. Here, we demonstrate why it’s more important than ever for leaders to prioritize transparency—and why your efforts may be failing to revitalize trust. We live in an Age of Distrust. Don’t believe me? Consider this: People are abandoning […]

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