Assessments for Organizations offer the opportunity for personal and collective learning. These tools help to leverage employee information and inform leadership teams about important factors that play a key role as they engage in strategic planning, visioning, goal-setting, and leadership development. Assessments provide leaders with helpful feedback, enabling them to focus on the changes that will yield the most helpful and meaningful impact on the entire organization.
Practically Radical by William C. Taylor, Co-founder of Fast Company Magazine, shares ‘not-so-crazy ways to transform your company, shake up your industry, and challenge yourself.’ Practically Radical goes deep inside 25 for-profit companies and nonprofit organizations to find out how they’ve made remarkable strides in tough circumstances.
This Harvard Business Review Article, Confronting the Pain of Innovation, provides insight into distinguishing between ‘good pain’ – which results in greater capability – and ‘bad pain,’ which is a warning sign that something is fundamentally wrong.
Organizational Wellness Programs Take Aim at Workplace Stress. New evidence suggests that engaging employees with a multi-faceted wellness program in the workplace can reduce work-related stress and diminish health care costs, while simultaneously increasing employees’ productivity levels, enhancing quality of life and happiness, improving task performance, and raising overall job satisfaction.
Arianna Huffington’s Fix for Uber: Work Less, Sleep More. Huffington talks about eliminating the mindset of ‘always on’ and ‘working longer’ from the cultural values of Uber. Conclusive data now indicates that working longer doesn’t necessarily enhance performance.
How to Create a Business Where the Truth is Heard. This excerpt from Good to Great by Jim Collins points out that great organizations motivate people with straight facts.