As you may have noticed, most working professionals tend to surround themselves with like-minded individuals who have similar backgrounds, experiences and education. But while it's important that everyone on a team buy into the same overarching vision and share similar...
Research has shown us that having a diverse health care team -- whether that be language, culture or where they grew up -- improves quality of care and patient trust in the health care system. Over the years, we've tried many different...
How can managers create workplace environments where people feel comfortable being themselves? Research has shown that hiding our true identities can cripple professional performance. For instance, closeted LGBT employees feel much more isolated at work than their openly...
The big tech companies' diversity statistics don't look so sunny. Change.org's do. Here's how to actually improve diversity and make your company more successful at the same time.
As baby boomers head into retirement, many health care organizations face a leadership crisis. The antidote? Develop your best employees into homegrown leaders. If you're not sure your organization is prepared, you're not alone. A DDI 2014 Global leadership forecast found...
In 2011, Dell executive Aongus Hegarty was looking to build out his team. The newly-appointed president of Europe, Middle East and Africa asked for the names of the company’s best senior leaders. After some time, he received 15 names....
U.S. health care employees' confidence has fallen to the lowest level in over a year, decreasing from 59.8 in the second quarter of 2014 to 54.3 in the third quarter, according to the Randstad Healthcare Employee Confidence Index, Rand...
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