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Summer travel season is back in full swing this year, with one in four Americans planning to take at least one vacation thanks to a rebounding economy, easing Covid-19 restrictions and a growing number of fully vaccinated U.S. adults. Workers everywhere are likely eager to unplug and enjoy a change of scenery after a year
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With Father’s Day on the horizon, I’m feeling incredibly lucky to be the father of two very talented, yet different boys. One has taken to the great game of baseball and the other is a budding artist, yet each is absolutely committed to his passion. Jordan, 14, takes over 100 swings every day to become
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It’s your lucky day! You meet a kind stranger who offers you your choice of a great deal, something for nothing. No tricks, really: you’re getting a free lunch.  She gives you $45. Then, she asks if you want to keep that money, or give it to her in exchange for a coin flip, where
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When our business revenue falls short of what it needs to be, it is not only the sales team careers at risk – all jobs are under the spotlight. Which means in this era of uncertainty, with lockdowns and fears of pandemic outbreaks, from the CEO down – we should all be concerned about what
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As we slowly emerge from the pandemic and the resulting stay-at-home orders, organizational leaders need to make difficult decisions on who will—and won’t—be required to return to the office. With study after study showing that most employees are not interested in returning full time, pre-pandemic policies won’t cut it. Before Covid-19, it was uncommon to
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As you read the title of this article, I know this may feel somewhat counter intuitive. We have used the word when leading and managing “change” for decades. When instigating a project we expect things to develop from one place to another or introducing something new to a system or process and maybe to take
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Many events have unfolded since Chief Executive’s first survey of U.S. HR leaders this past February. Accelerating Covid-19 vaccinations, re-opening of businesses and soaring consumer demand have all been driving positive economic momentum. At the same time, growing shortages of materials and skilled labor, fears of inflation and concerns about increases to taxes and regulation are casting shadows over the recovery.   That mixed picture is clearly reflected in our latest CHRO Confidence Index survey, conducted by Chief Executive and the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM). HR leaders’ confidence in an improving business landscape over the next 12 months continues to grow, outstripping that of their counterparts
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As of June 4, 2021, French fashion tycoon Bernard Arnault – the owner of the luxury group LVMH- is the world’s richest person with an estimated net worth of $190.3 billion. This means that he has surpassed Jeff Bezos with an estimated net worth of $186.7 billion and Elon Musk, with an estimated net worth
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Savvy organizations have re-emerged from their Covid fog to plan and navigate what the future looks like in 2022 and beyond. One thing is certain: change is inevitable. Work has been forever altered. General Motors CEO Mary Barra recently announced a flexible remote work plan for its 155,000 employees with one of the most sensible
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We’re almost at the finish line, but not quite. Throughout the Covid-19 crisis, it’s been a long, tough haul. Many managers face a real dilemma as we enter this period of uncertainty: How hard should I push my team and the organization right now? With the end of the pandemic in sight, we can see
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