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How a Leader Can Facilitate Collaboration Drawing on Japanese Concepts

Collaboration is easier said than done. Being a high-performing executive is no guarantee that the individual will be...
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Gender Equality in the Workplace: How Leaders Can Use Parental Leaves to Amplify It

The work environment is changing. Diversity and gender equality in the workplace are in the spotlight like never...
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Tough Times Call for Thoughtful Measures: How a Leader Can Navigate Hiring and Recruitment Through Economic Uncertainty

“In an economy where the only certainty is uncertainty, the one sure source of lasting competitive advantage is...
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Building a Multi-generational Workforce: How a Leader Can Address Ageism at Workplace

“Congratulations on completing xx years with us. We deeply value your contribution and wish you many more years...
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Microaggression at Workplace: How a Leader Can Address It

Oh, you picked up the skills so fast, despite your age!Wow! You have straight hair. So, not all...
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Want To Make The Growing Voice At Your Workplace Count? Build A Speak-up Culture

“Courage is what it takes to stand up and speak,Courage is also what it takes to sit down...
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Integrating Mental Wellbeing in Workplace: No Time to Postpone

Integrating Mental Wellbeing in Workplace: No Time to Postpone

Visions are worth fighting for -why spend your life making someone else’s dreams? Tim Burton. Does going to...
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Quiet Quitting: A Not-So-Quiet Phenomenon

“All the world’s a stage” – As You Like It by William Shakespeare Dotted with many characters and...
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Retirees: A Probable Solution to Labor Market Woes

“The question isn’t at what age I want to retire, it’s at what income” – George Foreman Nothing...
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