"leadership" Archive

Four Simple Ways to Empower Your New Employees

By Katherine Laws (’20), Wake Forest Fellow in the Office of Personal & Career DevelopmentFour sticky notes with the words Empower, Engage, Enhance, and Enable written on them

Think back to your very first job: what do you remember? Putting on your brand new work clothes, sitting ...

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Working Women: Valerie Jarrett and the Importance of Mentoring

In this episode from The Michelle Obama Podcast, the former First Lady chats with friend and mentor Valerie Jarrett about their experiences as working women and mothers. They reflect on the value ...

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How Allyship Drives Workplace Inclusion

What does it mean to be an ally and to build an inclusive workplace? This article from HR Dive explores what real allyship looks like in practice, and how setting new cultural norms through ...

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COVID-19 Has My Teams Working Remotely: A Guide for Leaders

This leadership guide from Gallup Workplace explores the needs of remote employees and how to best address them during this time of change and uncertainty surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic. ...

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How to Manage the Loneliness and Isolation of Remote Workers

In this timely piece from Gallup Workplace, learn about the difference between loneliness and isolation when it comes to working remotely. Plus, get managerial advice and tips for supporting your ...

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