3 Research-Based Strategies to Support the Leaders of Tomorrow in the Midst of COVID-19

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In times of unprecedented disruption, are young workers ready and willing to step into leadership roles? In this webinar we share our research findings from data on 10K+ youth under age 30 around the world, and ways organizations can support the leaders of tomorrow.

How to Improve Employee Retention Post-Pandemic with Flexible Work Arrangements

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The pandemic has transformed organizations, and many employees want flexible and remote work options to remain. In this webinar we explore how to support a flexible workplace and improve retention.

Lead With That: What the Frito-Lay Labor Strike Can Teach Us About the Future of Flexible Work

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In late July, hundreds of union workers won a big victory over Frito-Lay and so-called suicide shifts. Their 20-day strike in tandem with perceived labor shortages in certain sectors — or a living wage shortage, depending who you ask — suggests changing employee expectations about the future of work. In this episode, we explore how a rise in strikes and a perceived labor shortage do and don’t overlap with an increase in flexible workplaces, and what leaders today can do to lead with that in mind.

Why Today’s Organizations Need to Embrace Flexibility in the Workplace

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In today’s changed world of work, it’s critical for organizations to adopt a flexible approach in order to attract and retain top talent, build a healthy and productive work culture, and maintain high levels of employee engagement.

How Leaders Should Approach Today’s New Hybrid Workforce

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Learn best practices for leading today’s hybrid workforce and how hybrid leadership can foster an inclusive environment, boost employee engagement, and drive team performance.

Lead With That: What Naomi Osaka Can Teach Us About How Leaders Can Support and Manage Mental Health

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In June, 23-year-old Naomi Osaka, the No. 2 ranked tennis player in women’s tennis, withdrew from Wimbledon. This happened in the wake of Osaka withdrawing, in the second round from the French Open in a storm of controversy caused by her decision to skip mandatory post-match news conferences. In this episode we explore how Osaka’s acknowledgment of her own anxiety and depression is helping to normalize the conversation around mental health, and what leaders today can do to lead with that.

Coaching for Leaders: Why Executives Need Support

Coaching for Leaders: Why Executives Need Support

Providing executives with support is critical for strong organizational performance, especially in times of disruption. Learn how coaching for leaders can help.

Why Leadership Trust Is Critical in Times of Change and Disruption

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Trust building helps teams step into ambiguity, stay committed to managing the unknown with confidence, and embrace change as an opportunity to learn, grow, and do great work together.

CCL Launches Live Online Version of Flagship Leadership Development Program

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CCL announces the launch of a live, online version of its flagship Leadership Development Program (LDP)®, the longest-running program of its kind with over 100,000 alumni around the globe.

Lead With That: What Jacinda Ardern Can Teach Us About Leading with Authenticity, Empathy, and Transparency

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When Jacinda Ardern became Prime Minister of New Zealand in 2017 she grabbed international attention for her commitments to national well-being and emphasis on social issues. She was the first leader to have a child while in power since Pakistani Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto in 1990, and became the first leader to go on maternity leave while in office, returning to work 6 weeks later. Let’s explore Ardern’s leadership characteristics that have landed her on Fortune’s Greatest Leaders list and lead with that.

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