When They Come Home

A guide for leaders and HR professionals We need to take active steps supporting the return of disabled and re-integrated Warriors. Being prepared for the return of disabled warriors and those who have been in battle for an extended period of time is not just a responsibility; it’s an opportunity for companies and society to […]

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the Art of Followership: Unlocking the Full Potential of Your Team

There is often a misconception that leadership is the end-all and be-all of organizational success. However, the often-overlooked counterpart to effective leadership is followership. It is through followership that leaders can truly thrive and accomplish their goals. In this blog post, we will explore the concept of followership and its significance in the realm of

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Time to Demystify Complex Ideas

In today’s fast-paced technological landscape, understanding complex concepts is paramount to staying ahead of the curve. However, jargon and complex language act as gatekeepers and often make these ideas seem daunting and difficult to grasp. This can be especially challenging for neurodivergent individuals and others who may struggle with complex and overwhelming language. In a

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Functional Fixedness In your Work

Are you suffering from Functional Fixedness about your role and position? Functional fixedness is a cognitive bias that impacts an individual’s ability to be creative. When we discuss functional fixedness we normally associate it with how an object may be used. Duncker’s candle problem is often used to demonstrate this bias. The problem is presented as follows: You

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