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In this week’s edition of the Leading With Nice video series, we discuss why you should check in — and not check up — on those who report directly to you.
RevolutionHER founder and CEO Maria Locker knows a thing (or two) about making a career pivot.
Have you been in a place in your work where progress isn’t being made the way you think it should be? In this week’s video, we discuss ways you can escape a productivity rut.
As the founder and managing director of The Orion Group, Julie Mahfouz Rezvani helps companies find the right fit for jobs. Conversely, she helps people, looking for a career change, to land in the right place. But it’s not as simple as matching a resume with skills requirements — at least it shouldn’t be.
We are in an unprecedented time regarding the makeup of our workforce today. For the first time in history, there are four generations working side-by-side in the workplace. Boomers, Gen X, Millennials/Gen Y and Gen Z are all working with Millennials making up the largest group.
We often are asked if the President/CEO/Executive Director needs to be the spokesperson for the company or organization during a crisis. The simple answer is no, it doesn’t have to be and in fact it often is not the best person.
What happens when you put art and ale together? Matt Johnston, co-founder and CEO of Collective Arts Brewing, breaks down their thought process and the impacts these decisions have had on the company in the latest Leading With Nice Interview Series podcast.
The Beatles might be the most famous example of a group of people coming together and making something bigger than themselves. Collaboration is one of the most powerful forces in the world. It’s important because it’s how people and groups work together to achieve a common goal. It’s what fuels innovation.
When you’re in crisis, what information you have, when you should share it and how much of it you should share will often be a point of conflict. And the answer to all of it is: yes.
Allison Alley, the president and CEO of Compassion Canada, learned 12 important lessons in 2020. We talk to her about these lessons and their impact on her journey to keep learning and growing as a leader.