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Guides

Virtual Workplace Engagement Checklist

A rapid transition to remote work has put a heightened strain on workplaces and their workforce. Employee engagement is more vital than ever to preserving morale and productivity during this transition to working virtually in these uncertain times. This guide is meant to help leaders managing teams adjust to the ‘new normal’ of working remotely. Preserving a strong culture of collaboration, inclusion, and innovation will help teams navigate uncertain and disruptive times.

Inclusive Leadership Development Plan

Organizations need to develop inclusive leaders to catalyze and sustain an inclusive culture at scale. Even the most well-intentioned organizations will find it extremely difficult to focus and execute inclusive leadership development efforts that nurture a desired company culture. This Inclusive Leadership Development Plan will help you better understand the maturity of your leadership development efforts. It will also help recommend a roadmap with next steps conducive to your current state.

Employee Engagement ROI Calculator

In today’s world, companies need to be more agile and innovative than ever or risk disruption to their market share. Culture has become the central factor in dictating the success or failure of enterprise organizations in this new age defined by rapid innovation and a global digital transformation. An inclusive culture is the platform from which innovation can thrive. But without an engaged and innovative culture, companies risk their talent strategies, their employer brand, and their bottom-line.

Webinars

Skills That Will Power Workplaces Through an Uncertain 2020

As disruptions and uncertainties persist people and companies must focus on developing “soft skills” that are more conducive to the future of work:

  • From a career advancement perspective for individual professionals, this means being more adaptable and across new evolving job functions and industry demands.
  • From an organizational talent and culture perspective, this means providing resources and building a culture that elevates all aspects of our workforce to contribute to future company innovations and success.

Discussing what these skills look like and how to go about developing them within our workforce and ourselves will be vital to surviving the current times and thriving in future times.

Innovating in a Virtual Workplace

Recent events have rapidly accelerated the growing trends of an increasingly virtual workplace. Being able to navigate and adapt to working in a virtual workplace is key to ensuring business continues to proceed as normally as possible.

SO LET’S TALK ABOUT IT:
What will be some of the biggest adjustments to overcome?

What are some tactics to better navigate a virtual workplace?

What is the long term opportunity beyond our current chapter?

Unlocking Happier Workplaces

Happy teams are also objectively healthier. According to WebMD, upwards of 90% of doctors’ visits can be attributed to some form of negative stress in a patient’s life. It is also estimated that upwards of $576B are lost every year by US employers to workforce illness. All of this, even though, on average, companies spend around $750 per employee on employee wellness initiatives. For these reasons and more, it is fair to say that workplace engagement and happiness begin with an inclusive workplace culture.

Is Your Company Culture Costing You?

At the root of a happy and innovative workplace, is an inclusive workplace culture. While there is a global social call for inclusive workplaces, statistics also show that 8% of employee turnover and 17% of employee disengagement is due to inclusion-related issues. A typical firm comprised of 3,000 employees can expect to lose $24 million annually on attrition alone. Extrapolate those figures across a global enterprise scale, and losses are well into the hundreds of millions.

Podcasts

Ep. 24: Dr. Paul Corona - Building Habits That Help us Find Purpose

The Leading Tomorrow podcast series is a leadership podcast that hosts conversations pushing new innovation in leadership, culture, coaching, happiness, and equality in the world’s leading businesses and workplaces. The goal of these conversations is to build better leaders, relationships, and workplaces of the future.

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Ep. 23: Shaloo Garg - Sr. Director, Microsoft For Startups

Ep. 22: Molly Tschang - Founder, Abella Consulting

Ep. 21: Tara Powers - Expert on Remote Workplaces

Ep. 20: Julie Carrier - Award Winning Confidence Coach

Ep. 19: Dr. Bob Nelson - Best-Selling Author

Ep. 18: Pamay Bassey - Chief Learning Officer, Kraft-Hienz

Ep. 17: Liz Wiseman - CEO of The Wiseman Group

Ep. 16: Whitney Johnson - Leading Innovation Expert

Ep. 15: Michael Bungay-Stanier - Advice Expert

Ep. 14: Sally Helgesen - Author of 'How Women Rise'

Ep. 13: Moshe Engleberg - Author of 'The Amare Way'

Ep. 12: Alex Plumley - VP of HR, Collins Aerospace

Ep. 11: Scott Miller - Chief Marketing Officer, FranklinCovey

Ep. 10: Deepa Prahalad - Global Development Expert

Ep. 9: Joel Peterson - Chairman, Jetblue Airways

Ep. 8: Alex Balazs - Chief Architect, Intuit

Ep. 7: Marshall Goldsmith - World's #1 Executive Coach

Ep. 6: Chester Elton - Organizational Culture Guru

Ep. 5: Eugene Frazier - Expert on Inclusion and Empathy

Ep. 4: Rebecca Reichmann - United Nations Women

Ep. 3: Lois Sonstegard - CEO of Build2morrow

Ep. 2: Tal Ben-Shahar - Harvard Professor on Happiness

Ep. 1: Maya Hu-Chan - CEO of Global Leadership Association