News You Might Have Missed - April 4

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News You Might Have Missed – April 4

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Check out a few of the recent stories that caught our eye as well as HR industry news you might have missed.

Why Most Leaders Are Not Qualified to Lead

How do you know if your leaders are qualified to lead? These 5 things will help you see who needs more training.

10 Top CEOs on What’s Changing About the World of Work

Top CEOs share how societal and technological shifts have changed today’s workforce.

What’s the Secret Weapon That’s Propelled South Carolina to the NCAA Final Four?

March Madness has come to an end, but underdog University of South Carolina showed what it takes to lead a young team to success.

5 Tips to Confront Your Boss and Not Get Fired

Feedback is important to everyone, so don’t be afraid to speak up to your boss. Use these five tips to ensure your message is heard without damaging your professional relationship.

Organizational Alignment Isn’t Just HR Jargon

Do you know what organizational alignment means? We took a look at how clarity, unity and transparency help define it.

Your Millennials Are Your Canaries

Millennial employees aren’t afraid to speak up when they’re unhappy in the workplace. Use their feedback to help improve employee engagement and productivity for all generations.

How Politics is Impacting Your Company’s Productivity

With political news top of mind, it is hard to avoid discussing with coworkers. Our CEO, Vip Sandhir, says companies should encourage employees to stay politically informed while fostering a respectful and trusting environment.

How to Make Sure Your Boss Doesn’t Regret Letting You Work From Home

Work from home and remote work options are becoming the new norm for many employees. How do you ease your boss’ mind and strengthen their trust while you’re out of the office?

Terrible Managers Don’t Need to Spell the End of Employee Growth

Managers can be an employee’s best friend or worst nightmare depending on their leadership style. Thankfully, employees can still rise to the top even if they have a subpar leader.

The 1 Skill Warren Buffett Says Will Raise Your Value by 50 Percent

Warren Buffett was once terrified of public speaking but found the courage to fight his fear. He now encourages everyone to get comfortable with this skill to increase their value by 50 percent in the workplace.

How to Become a Purpose-Driven Leader

Great leaders have a clear purpose that ignites passion. How are you fueling employees’ desire to contribute to something that makes a difference?

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