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4 Ways to Keep Employees Engaged in the Face of a National Crisis

NY Times bestselling authors, Adrian Gostick and Chester Elton have devoted decades to teaching executives around the world how to be more effective, and they found that every leader will have to navigate a crisis or two in their careers. Here are just a few ideas that might help keep team members a little more engaged and focused during times of crisis.

How to Throw the Ultimate Dinner Party | Creating Meaningful Conversation Face-to-Face When Meeting in Person Isn’t Possible

If you’re working from home for the foreseeable future due to the ongoing pandemic, you’re most likely going to be getting a lot more comfortable with video conferencing. Just because we can’t go out doesn’t mean we need to feel isolated. Isolation is fatal. Physical distancing does not demand social distancing! Try hosting the “ultimate virtual dinner party.” Invite several other people to share wine, healthy snacks, and great conversation virtually. Here’s how to make the most of it.

Linkage Named Top 20 Leadership Training Company by Training Industry | Developing Leaders in the Age of COVID-19

In times of crisis and uncertainty, those who can lead from a place of inclusion and high emotional intelligence will quickly differentiate themselves from those who cannot. As leaders, our teams and organizations are looking to us for inspiration and support during these critical times. How are we rising to the occasion? With these inclusive leadership practices, we can create cultures of inclusion where all voices are heard, and team members can realize their full potential.

How to Remove Fear from Your Work Culture

In times of crisis and uncertainty, those who can lead from a place of inclusion and high emotional intelligence will quickly differentiate themselves from those who cannot. As leaders, our teams and organizations are looking to us for inspiration and support during these critical times. How are we rising to the occasion? With these inclusive leadership practices, we can create cultures of inclusion where all voices are heard, and team members can realize their full potential.

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Why Leading Inclusively Has Never Been More Important Than It Is Now

In times of crisis and uncertainty, those who can lead from a place of inclusion and high emotional intelligence will quickly differentiate themselves from those who cannot. As leaders, our teams and organizations are looking to us for inspiration and support during these critical times. How are we rising to the occasion? With these inclusive leadership practices, we can create cultures of inclusion where all voices are heard, and team members can realize their full potential.

10 Ways to Show Your Team They Are Appreciated and Important

With the on-going spread of COVID-19, and with preventative measures like social isolation, shelter in place orders, and telecommuting, employee engagement is more important than ever. It is vital that organizations preserve their talent and maintain leadership pipelines as we all rise to the challenge of facing the coronavirus head on, and employee engagement is the key to this. By implementing these tips, you will greatly improve the longevity of employees on your team, and even increase profitability for your company.

Linkage’s Latest Research Proves the Most Effective Leaders Are the Most Inclusive Leaders

Creating and promoting a culture of inclusion is not easy–and it takes far more than getting the right mix of people together. We must achieve diversity first, and then we can foster a true sense of inclusion over time.  

What Goldman Sachs’s New Policy on Gender-Diverse Boards Means for the Future of Women in Business

Last week, Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon announced that starting on July 1, they won’t take any company public unless it has at least one diverse board member, with a focus on gender diversity. This may seem like small step. But in the world of finance, this commitment to gender diversity–from one of the biggest banks on Wall Street–is a giant leap.

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