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Society has undergone some major shifts over the past few decades, and as a result, gender roles and expectations in the workplace have substantially changed. Each generation of today’s workers–Baby Boomers, Gen Xers, Millennials, and Zoomers–has lived a unique experience with regard to cultural norms and the societal roles of men and women. How do different generations view gender in

There are many ways to measure leadership. One way is to assess how a leader is working to foster a strong workplace culture. Are they establishing and enforcing values? Are they holding people accountable? Most importantly, are they committed to empowering their people and creating a culture in which they can thrive?How empowering people leads to successWhy is it important

We are living in a time of unprecedented technological advancement. It is having just as profound an impact on our work as it is on our personal lives, homes, and communities. With so much change afoot, you might wonder how you can build bridges between changing expectations and your own knowledge and experience as a leader. To construct the foundations

What if there was a simple way to make your multigenerational employees more engaged, more productive, and more loyal to the organization? Some might be tempted to think the key to leading a better team of workers lies in buckling down and putting pressure on them. But there may be an even more effective leadership method that is just as

Which sounds like a more inviting and successful team–one that is ruled by misunderstandings, intolerance, and disconnectedness; or one that is guided by consideration, patience, and understanding?Today’s workforce is unprecedented in its diversity. A successful team must be able to work together fluidly despite differences in culture, gender, and age. Leading a multi-generational team can be especially challenging, with team

As a business leader, you likely have a meaningful job title. You might be a director, a manager, an executive, a CFO, or a CEO. You could be “Head of Marketing” or “Chief Program Officer.” Whatever your position may be, it is important to remember the meaning behind your title. Of course, these are not just decorative names or rungs

Why is trust-building an important aspect of corporate leadership? As an executive leader, your employees will likely follow your directives regardless of the amount of trust they have in you. Still, there is a great deal of value in taking the time to ensure that you are building a relationship of trust with your employees.Trust is a two-way street.Creating a

Whether engaging in an organizational discussion, holding an important meeting or just talking to employees, a good leader will pay attention to how they are conversing.When we think about talking like a leader, we tend to imagine making lots of powerful and decisive statements. It is true that a leader will often make strong statements and provide executive decisions in

What does it take to be a good leader? A better question is, what does it take to be a great leader? A great leader is not a perfect leader. A great leader is not a leader who has all the answers. A great leader is a leader who is constantly growing, and who embraces the process of doing whatever