Today’s Solutions: June 15, 2024

The 3 crucial soft skills you

The 3 crucial soft skills you will need to thrive in a hybrid workplace

Although many employees are beginning to return to the office, the flexibility of work-from-home, combined with concerns about the Delta variant, means that many workplace environments are opting to embrace a hybrid model rather than fully returning to the office. Plus, more companies have Read More...

Female black executive leader talking to happy diverse employees group at corporate office briefing

These 5 morning reflections will help you become a better leader

Adding a minute or two of morning reflection to your daily routine is a small but valuable change that can improve your management performance throughout the day. A team of researchers from the University of Florida backs up this claim after studying managers and aspiring leaders who would take Read More...

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The Optimist View: The power of investing in inclusion

“When we listen and celebrate what is both common and different, we become wiser, more inclusive, and better as an organization.” — Pat Wadors As we start off the new year with back to back celebratory months of Black History and Women’s History, we are reminded of the long journey Read More...

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The first class of female Eagle Scouts has earned their badges

Becoming an Eagle Scout is no easy feat. It requires years of dedication to service, outdoor skills practice, and leadership training. Only about six percent of Boy Scouts ever earn their Eagle Scout badge and historically, this program was only available to men, until now.  Two years ago, the Read More...

Three ways to strengthen your

Three ways to strengthen your emotional agility

Have relatively small problems in your life been triggering bigger reactions than expected? After the year we’ve had, this is hardly a surprise. From the global pandemic to financial insecurity and social injustice, we all have an overwhelming amount to process.  When we are dealing with so Read More...

Encourage creativity in remote

Encourage creativity in remote teams with these strategies

Creativity in a traditional office often involves vision boards, in-person brainstorming sessions, and bouncing ideas off each other, but how can you maintain a creative edge with a remote team? Fortunately, there are ways to promote productivity and innovation even when we’re not meeting in Read More...

Jacinda Ardern is showing poli

Jacinda Ardern is showing politicians how to lead during a crisis

As a citizen of any country, the dream is to have a leader who does everything in their power to make sure their country’s people feel heard, informed, and safe. And if they can avoid all the typical political buzzwords and jargon, then that’s an added bonus. During the coronavirus, political Read More...

Delivering bad news is hard. H

Delivering bad news is hard. Here’s how to get better at it

At one point in your life, you will find yourself in a role where you must deliver bad news. For some of us—such as the doctors or managers out there—this role might be played on a regular basis. And while it’s a part of life, that doesn’t make it any easier to be the messenger with bad Read More...

3 ways to navigate an uncomfor

3 ways to navigate an uncomfortable conversation

From time to time, you’ll find yourself in a situation where you must have an important conversation with someone that is inherently uncomfortable. It’s a part of life, which is why we’re sharing three methods below that will not only help you endure uncomfortable conversation but also ensure Read More...

Two people having a serious conversation

How to change people’s minds without triggering a negative response

People don’t like being told what to do. There’s even a word for it: reactance. “Psychological reactance is a negative emotional state that we feel when we’re not in control of our behavior,” says Jonah Berger, author of The Catalyst: How to Change Anyone's Mind. “Anytime we feel like Read More...