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Four Common Myths About Your Employees

We know employees continue to be stressed, frustrated, and disengaged. Who can blame them? From The Great Resignation to the impact of Covid, employees have endured a considerable number of changes over the last few years. According to Gallup’s most recent report, 60% of the workforce is emotionally detached, while 19% report they are actively … Read more

Job Fit: Rising to Overcome Talent Disruption

Organizations everywhere are experiencing a profound disruption in the ways individuals interact and work. Many will find it tricky to understand and clearly map out a plan that can confidently carry them into the future. But, as we move toward imagining a post-pandemic era, organizations will need to meet the new demands for how we … Read more

The Great Resignation: When the Unflappable Manager…Flaps

by Mark Scullard, Wiley’s Senior Director of Innovation and Research Here’s what we know to be true: The Great Resignation is taking a toll on managers. With the job market full of uncertainty and quality workers hard to find, managers are feeling overwhelmed and stressed. While many organizations have invested in stress reduction resources to … Read more

The Employee Experience: An Investment That Pays Off

by Mark Scullard, Wiley’s Senior Director of Innovation and Research A staggering number of people continue to leave their jobs, resulting in the perfect storm of staffing shortages and remaining employees being expected to pick up the slack. Current data from The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics indicates that over 4.5 million quit their jobs … Read more

Investing in Employee Experience: The Keys to Empowering a Culture of Leadership

by Mark Scullard, Wiley’s Senior Director of Innovation and Research It’s no surprise that the myriad events of the past two years have resulted in a dramatic shift in the workplace. From where we work to how we work, the “office” has been completely flipped. The same goes for how we lead. But in the … Read more

Deliver Effective Onboarding in a Fast-Changing Work Environment

Companies today are in the midst of transforming their business models, restructuring their teams, and rethinking how they service their customers. Many have also permanently integrated hybrid or remote work arrangements, moving away from an office-only structure. Employees who work in these environments, where there is constant change and poor communication, are experiencing high stress … Read more

Prevent Quiet Quitting and Burnout: How to Build a Culture of Communication That Works

I thought you would enjoy this insightful article describing Wiley’s recent onboarding research. In the following, Mark Scullard, Wiley’s Senior Director of Innovation and Research, highlights key findings and outlines practical, agile practices you can implement  in today’s rapidly changing work environment. ~~~ In light of the last two years, it makes sense that employees … Read more

Thriving in an Era of Unrelenting Change and Disruption

How Has Change Changed? Humans have always talked about the ever-increasing rate and speed of change. Yet in the past, disruptions were usually followed by periods of relative stability. In the 21st century, change is now perpetual, pervasive, and exponential. Changes are perpetual meaning they are occurring all the time in an ongoing way. Changes … Read more

Have You Ever Felt Left Out? Build a Culture of Belonging and Inclusion

I would venture to say that every human being, at least at one time in their life, has experienced the feeling of not belonging, of not being included, and/or of not feeling their voice is really being heard. Often this feeling arises from feeling excluded somehow either because of how you look, how you act, … Read more

Not Another Meeting? Sigh!

It is clear that many leaders in most organizations would report they participate in or lead too many meetings that don’t accomplish the intended or desired results. In today’s mostly virtual meeting rooms, Zoom fatigue is a result of more than just staring at a screen. Ask almost anyone in any organization and you will … Read more