The Reality of Generational Gaps in Leadership

by L. Wayne Smalls

Studies suggest that over the next 10 years, seniors (baby boomers) in the United States will exit the workforce at a rate of about 10,000 per day.

Thrive with the Only Constant: Change

by Margaret Graziano

The only constant is change, but when a big change happens in the workplace, most employees don’t have a whole lot of say in the decision or outcome. Everyone can control his or her reactions and responses and that's when the real success happens.

Operating States Required for an Organization to Achieve Peak Performance

by Margaret Graziano

Achieving peak-performance is every organization's goal. Setting the foundation and building infrastructure for highly creative and driven people is tedious and nowhere near as rewarding as bringing in the deals and ideating new sources of revenue. When roadblocks like COVID-19 through organizations of course it's important to look at the operating states that move our culture forward

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