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  • You work hard to find good employees for your company. Maybe that’s why it can be such a struggle for you and your leaders to confront good employees—you’re all afraid of losing them. But the best companies create a culture that dares to confront when needed, a culture that mixes care with candor—in the correct ratio.

  • It’s not a secret. The strength of your company’s vision and the health of your company’s culture will dictate its potential for success. As a human resources leader, you are pivotal in making the connection between vision and culture. But how can you do that when you feel locked out of the C-suite decision-making process?

  • Effective Communication in Virtual Teams

    If interaction fuels action, as the Law of Communication states, then it’s no wonder so many virtual teams in your company might be struggling to get things done. Without effective communication, virtual team members are often left asking the same question as the pre-school aged boy eating an apple in the backseat of the car. “Daddy,” he said, “Why is my apple turning brown?”

  • It wasn’t so long ago that science fiction portrayed the workplace of the future as using flying cars to get to the office where robot assistants would write memos. But technology has reimagined what’s possible for the workplace environment in organizations like yours.Now a growing number of workers don’t even show up in the office as half of all organizations use virtual teams with members spread across the country or even around the globe. Virtual teams offer distinct advantages for leaders in your company, including the potential to boost productivity and employee flexibility while reducing the time and cost of travel.