Gregg Ward Interviewed by Forbes on “Leaving Clean

by Gregg Ward

Gregg Ward, whose new book The Respectful Leader recently achieved best seller status on Amazon, was featured in Kathy Caprino's article “How Not To Broadcast Your Job Search To Your Employer, and Leave 'Dirty' in Forbes Magazine.

Trump and Clinton Are Case Studies in How Not to Apologize

by Gregg Ward

Are their apologies effective? Are they convincing? Will they change minds and salvage damaged brands? Recently, psychological scientists and organizational development experts have identified seven crucial components of a “Full Apology. These range from “owning the mistake, and “expressing empathy, to “promising 'never again,' and “offering to make amends. Each component is important, and while respectful leaders will ensure that they engage in each when they apologize, some carry more weight than others.

What to Do When Employees Leave

by Carmen Feinberg

When lots of employees leave your employ in close proximity to one another, it's time for some damage control. Here is a quick list of what you can do, and it does not include trying to save those that already left you:

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