Live webinar: February 29, 2024 9:00a – 10:00a PT Collective intelligence—the synergy within a group—has twice the impact of team performance as individual team members’ intelligence. Learning how to lead effective teams to make sure everyone’s skill sets are tapped in real time is essential. In this webinar, Professor Joan C. Williams will translate a […]
If we want to avoid burning out, opting out, and continuing to battle with mental health struggles like anxiety, chronic fatigue, and depression, we need to start setting true boundaries at work and at home so that we can cultivate our curiosities and interests and remember who we are apart from our jobs and separate
The era of toiling nine-to-five, five-days-a-week in the office is being replaced by a better way — flexible work. But flexibility means a lot more than a day or two a week to “work from home” — 93% of employees want more flexibility in when, not just where, they work. They want more choice, and
In order to develop strategies for improving the diversity, equity, and inclusion space, establishing understanding of an org’s current state is essential. This can include investing time and forethought into reviewing how a talent management system operates, the ways in which people experience the system, and how the outcomes it produces drives the development of
Just like companies have boards made up of diverse, experienced advisors offering guidance, individuals can utilize the same concept to help them grow both personally and professionally.
This webinar discusses how to identify and honor your current season of life. We will explore why and how this is one of the most effective ways to experience joy, health and intention.
Check out this HBR piece from our own Joan C. Williams, Olivia Andrews and Mikayla Boginsky “Why Many Women of Color Don’t Want to Return to the Office.”
In this webinar, celebrated author and podcast host Eve Rodsky will discuss the research and findings that led to her best-selling book Fair Play, where she offers solutions to the dilemma of unequal emotional labor and “invisible work” at home within a marriage or partnership.
Companies in the US spend 8 billion dollars each year on diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives, but subtle (and not so subtle) workplace biases often cost these initiatives — and the people they’re meant to help — big time by undermining their goals.