How to Use Coaching and Mentoring Programs to Develop New Leaders

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Coaching and mentoring are related and sometimes overlap, but they also have differences. Learn how leaders can develop both of these critical skills in order to increase employee engagement and develop a robust talent pipeline.

Kindness in the Workplace: A Skillset That Boosts Performance and Culture

Kindness in the Workplace: A Skillset That Boosts Performance and Culture Webinar

Kindness in the workplace matters more now than ever, as employees have more options — so engagement and retention are imperative. In this webinar, learn how leaders can be more intentional about showing kindness, empathy, and compassion.

Lead With That: What Social Media Can Teach Us About Recognizing Bias in the Workplace

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Due in large part to the coverage on social media, most of us likely know the name of Gabby Petito. Both mainstream media and amateurs on social media have committed hour upon hour raising awareness of her case. But for many, this story only highlights what’s not covered so compulsively by the media: The disappearance and death of thousands upon thousands of women of color. Today, we want to explore what can be learned from the media coverage of Gabby Petito, how bias plays a part, and what leaders today can do to lead with that in mind.

How to Improve Your Organization’s Virtual Collaboration

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Given the rise of remote and hybrid work, effective virtual collaboration has never been more important. Success requires more than technological solutions – interpersonal skill development is critical, too.

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.

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.

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