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Companies need to offer a way for employees to voice concerns and be given support without judgement. Listening to someone is one thing but making them feel heard is even more powerful. So how often do these conversations happen?
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Looking back just a decade ago, many job roles have transformed into something totally different or, perhaps, even disappeared altogether thanks to new technology. With digital transformation constantly changing how we work, it’s likely too that the skills we need will be entirely different in anoth
Confrontation may make you think of aggressive arguments, but it can be positive. Everyone faces issues at work, but how are employees supposed to resolve them if they don’t discuss them? Or, perhaps they are speaking to some people regularly but aren’t making headway.
Lack of sleep is just one outcome of unresolved issues at work. These worries could be having a longer-term impact on your colleagues’ health, resulting in a dip in productivity and performance.
What does “failure” mean to you? It is just one small word, but has many different connotations. When it comes to businesses and the workplace, we usually relate failure to situations like not managing to close a sale, win the business you were pitching, or reach your yearly target.