Identify Your Productivity Style

Carson Tate

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By: Carson Tate
March 17th, 2020

Did you know that more CEOs of large U.S. companies are named John (5.3%) than are women (4.1%)? Although non-discriminatory hiring practices are on the forefront of today’s corporate culture discussions, bias remains a problem. Unfair hiring practices lead to less gender and racial diversity, which affects your bottom line. According to one McKinsey study, gender-diverse companies are 15 percent more likely to outperform their non-gender diverse counterparts. Ethnically diverse companies are 35 percent more likely to outperform.

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By: Carson Tate
March 10th, 2020

As financial markets reel upon news of the pandemic, you as a leader can respond to the spread of the coronavirus with calm rationality. "Giving a sense of calm is important if there is an outbreak," said John Beattie, whose consultancy analyzes companies’ ability to handle an outbreak of infectious disease. "Employees should feel like they're in good hands with management and that managers are concerned about them."

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By: Carson Tate
March 3rd, 2020

Did you know that Gallup now conducts monthly rather than yearly employee engagement surveys? We are in an employee engagement crisis – and businesses both big and small crave solutions.

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By: Carson Tate
February 25th, 2020

People’s experiences and relationships within an organization define its corporate culture. More specifically, work culture can be broken down into 6 core elements:

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By: Carson Tate
February 18th, 2020

64% of women experience microaggression in the workplace.

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By: Carson Tate
February 11th, 2020

Psychological safety underpins both employee engagement and productivity. According to Dr. Amy Edmondson at Harvard Business School, psychological safety is:

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By: Carson Tate
February 4th, 2020

People want to feel motivated and purposeful at work. Yet, according to Gallup, 66% of U.S. employees feel disengaged at their jobs.  This is a real crisis – one that you as a leader can change.

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By: Carson Tate
January 28th, 2020

The U.S. workforce has a diversity problem, especially at the executive level. Only:5% of Fortune 500 CEOs are women; black women in leadership roles fare even worse.  Why?