09 Nov 2021

It’s officially September! Which means classrooms (in-person and virtual) are filled with minds eager to learn. And while many of us enjoy learning new skills and information, it can be difficult to get back into “learning mode.” In his newest vlog, Fierce Master Facilitator Paul Stabile reviews the importance of continuing education and the many modalities offered to help get you starte...

09 Nov 2021

One of the first steps in eliminating microaggressions in the workplace is to identify and address them for what they are – unconscious biases. Undeniably, everyone has biases, no matter their background or upbringing. It’s up to corporate leaders to set a positive tone when addressing those biases so that they can improve relationships and bridge communication gaps with co-workers, coll...

09 Nov 2021

October marks National Work and Family Month, a time for all to recognize the importance of a fulfilling balance between work and our human need for community. In this vlog, Master Facilitator Paul Stabile celebrated National Work and Family Month and explores how companies can help promote healthier and more flexible work environments for employees!  ...

09 Nov 2021

October is National Disability Employment Awareness Month, a time dedicated to educating the public about disability employment issues and celebrating the many and varied contributions of workers with disabilities in the United States. It’s important to celebrate the abilities and contributions of workers with disabilities because, just like other marginalized groups, people with disabi...

19 Jul 2021

“Compassion leaves an indelible blueprint of the recognition that life so sorely needs between one individual and another; one nation and another; one culture and another. It is also valid for the road which our spirit should be building now for crossing the historical abyss that still separates us from a truly contemporary vision of life, and the increase of life and meaning that awaits...

19 Jul 2021

  Q: As leaders, how do we strike the right balance between providing the long-term vision for where we are going with the short-term immediacy of the crisis at hand? Isn’t that the very definition of leadership though? I find that some leaders are confusing the pandemic as the only crisis we’ve ever had. It’s as if other catastrophes haven’t happened before, or will occu...

19 Jul 2021

A vice-president approached me one day after I finished delivering a keynote. The talk was focused on organizational culture. He was friendly, but rather cocky. The first line he spoke to me was telling. “It takes too long,” he said. “These engagement things you talked about, it takes too long to implement. I need to drive results, not worry about people’s feelings.” It was a wee bit st...

19 Jul 2021

Warren Bennis, in 1993, noted the following in his book “An Invented Life: Reflections on Leadership and Change”: Given the nature and constancy of change and the transnational challenges facing American business leadership, the key to making the right choices will come from understanding and embodying the leadership qualities necessary to succeed in the volatile and mercurial global ...

19 Jul 2021

In 1973, Peter Drucker stated in his book Management: Tasks, Responsibilities, Practices, “Management is not culture-free, that is, part of the world of nature. It is a social function. It is, therefore, both socially accountable and culturally embedded.” Some thirteen years later, Tom Peters remarked in the article Managing As Symbolic Action: “It requires us, as managers, to get peopl...

16 Jul 2021

By Jack J. Phillips and Patti Phillips and Rebecca Ray This article was originally published on November 12, 2020, at HR + Strategy Blog In today’s pandemic, HR faces both an opportunity and a challenge when it comes to investing in workers’ soft skills. The way to capitalize on the former and overcome the latter lies in accurately measuring their benefits for a company. COVID-19’s fa...
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