Many leaders say they feel working remotely has gone well, and that productivity is high. But a recent study showed that two-thirds of respondents are operating at the pace of a run or a sprint. Is the pace of work sustainable?
Understanding the competencies and underlying personality traits that are important to remote work can help you assess if it is the right move for your workforce.
The need for leaders to show and model resiliency is more important now than ever. Begin by taking one or two steps to improve your resiliency with these tips. And remember, the process of enhancing leadership abilities is a marathon, not a sprint.
Appreciation, and valuing people for the human that they are, is not only good for the workplace, it’s good for society.
The success rate for New Year’s resolutions is not high, because change is painful. The good news is that neuroscience can help leaders better manage the process of change.
At The Bailey Group, we are committed to investing the time, focus and technology necessary to quantitatively assess the value and impact of coaching.