With the busy holiday season upon us, it is easy to get caught up in the long list of things that must be accomplished in order to make your celebration a success. Amidst the hustle-and-bustle of the season, it can be hard to step out of all that needs to be done and capture the magic of the season—to find a moment to truly connect and be present with friends and family. This ability to accomplish, to be competent, while balancing the desire to connect with others in meaningful ways repeats itself in the daily challenges of leaders. The reminder for us to balance both “getting it done” with “finding the magic” during the holiday season is something good leaders strive for every day of the year.
BlessingWhite is proud to spotlight the work done in partnership with two of our clients – work that resulted in two recent 2016 Brandon Hall awards. In innovative leadership development and advance in employee engagement.
Without a strong middle, organizations will fail. And yet, organizations often do not spend budget or energy on developing it. There seems to be an assumption that a leader who achieves that position already has what they need to succeed, when in fact that is most often just wishful thinking.
Compassion is one of the most underrated leadership qualities today. It can propel motivation, performance, devotion and learning in profound ways. Compassionate leaders inspire people with purpose, hope, optimism and energy because, by nature of compassion, they resonate, empathize and connect more with others.
This two-hour, virtual instructor-led training is the fifth module in the Leading With Inclusion suite. This engaging module highlights the importance of advocating for team members as a way to positively influence their developing...
This half-day instructor-led training focuses on inclusion in the workplace and is the fourth module in the Leading With Inclusion suite. This course is designed to provide participants with ways to use more inclusive...
A 1-hour discussion where a panel of industry experts give insights into what workplace trends we are seeing for 2016.
Before you hit “refresh” on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or Snapchat, here are the five trends we think are worth supporting not only for the next 30 seconds, but, dare we say, for the rest of the year—and beyond!