Finding balance and connections in a compare-and-contrast work world

My colleague and Korn Ferry CEO Gary Burnison, recently wrote on Korn Ferry’s blog about the importance of finding the connections in seemingly opposing expectations of the work world, saying, “These days, paradoxes abound—grit vs. grace; perform vs. transform; speed vs. significance; critique vs. create; execute vs. engage; head vs. heart. And one that I’ve … Read more »

Is your team starting to feel burned out? Here are some tips to avoid it.

According to a survey from Blind, an online community where professionals worldwide anonymously share advice, feedback and information, 73 percent of working professionals are burned out. Blind polled nearly 7,000 people nationwide, and of the professionals that participated in the survey, and while the ones feeling it the most were in marketing and communications, the … Read more »

Why employers should continue to make mental health and wellness a priority for their employees

Mental health and wellness benefits have become a focus for employees post-pandemic. Employees are comparing their current mental health and wellness benefits to the benefits offered at prospective employers.  In a recent episode on the AwesomeOffice.com podcast, Life is Good founder Bert Jacobs talked about how focusing on things like employee wellbeing has been an … Read more »

Women’s History Month & The Return To Work

It’s a topic that has made headlines for months now: What does the return to work look like for the droves of women who left the workforce in 2020 due to the pandemic? According to the Los Angeles Times and the U.S. Census Bureau, four times more women than men left their jobs and women were more … Read more »