• Don’t Blow Your Onboarding

    Bad onboarding is like being invited to a party where you don’t know anyone. Don’t blow it – be a good host and nail onboarding for your new hires. Here's how.
  • What Are Change Agents

    Every change effort is difficult. Additional resources can make all the difference in the world. But who are these “additional’ resources? In this post we'll help your strengthen (or create) your change agent network.
  • 4 Actions Leaders Should Take to Prevent Burnout

    Stressed employees are simply not strong enough to deliver on organizational goals. Here's what leaders can do to prevent burnout.
  • Maintaining Motivation

    What the heck does a road trip have to do with a work project? Surprisingly, they elicit similar thoughts and reactions. Here's what I learned.
  • Is Your Team Uncivilized

    Workplace incivility is not only pervasive, it’s elusive. Fortunately our academic friends have figured out a way to measure it concretely.
  • How to Harness the Power of Change Influencers

    Get influencers on your team to advocate for change and generate momentum.
  • What Not To Do When You Have a New CEO

    Let’s say you’re a C-suite executive and a new CEO is on the way. You feel nervous—is your job in danger? In our opinion, yes, but here's how to manage the change.
  • Emerson Book Club Review: The Power of Fun

    The Power of Fun by Catherine Price recognizes that, after the last few years, we all need to focus on lighter things. Read this post for straight talk about the differences between Fake Fun and Real Fun.
  • The Performance Dip Myth

    Steady (or improving) performance through a change event is no less possible than a sub-four-minute mile.
  • Choosing Where Your Employees Work: A Five-Part Guide

    Some organizations allow their employees to work remotely, some are implementing a hybrid approach, others are in a “wait and see” mode. But what's best for your organization?