From leadership styles to corporate culture, the rise of startups and the ubiquity of social media, the last 20 years has radically shifted the professional landscape. Those who embrace the new uncertainties thrive, while those who ignore them fall further behind. We’re exploring all elements of the new world of work, and sharing them here.

Do You Truly Value Your Employees?

If employees believe they are no more than a number to the organization, then they treat the organization primarily as a means to an income.

Dionne England
Put Away Your Cape: Why Leader as Hero Doesn’t Work

Let go of the idea of leader as hero, and model the kind of behavior you want to see from your team—you’ll all be happier, healthier, and more productive.

Shawn Shepheard
The Habit of Curiosity

Curiosity is both an attribute of high-performing teams and a personal habit. We are born with it—and we need to cultivate it.

Ronni Hendel-Giller
120,000 Intentional Acts: Correcting a Culture of Disrespect

If you were to engage in one intentional act every work day for a whole year, you would have repeated that one thing 250 times.

Lesley Diaz
Great Leaders Sleep Well — Why Rest is Critical For Success

Why are so many of us not getting enough sleep? And why do we not only ignore sleep as a health issue but often reward exhaustion?

Ronni Hendel-Giller
The 7 Traits of Great Bosses

Great bosses who are honest and transparent give their team permission to do the same, which fosters an environment of candor and camaraderie.

Dionne England
The Magic of Habit Change: What Makes a Commitment Stick?

So, what makes a good behavior change commitment? Make it measurable and specific—and make it small and important to you personally.

Anna Brooks
Become a Better Leader—The Power of Coaching

Whether you hire a coach or not, there is benefit to a coaching mindset. Embracing coaching principles can help make your future bigger than your past.

Shawn Shepheard
Do you have a mission? Or just a job?

There are people who just have a job, and there are others whose work is part of a bigger personal mission. Sadly, there are far more people with just jobs.

Dionne England
Embedding Strategic Change — Small Shifts For A More Successful Year

Front line workers know what KPIs they’re being evaluated on, but typically lack understanding about how they are linked to the overarching strategic goals.

Sara Saddington