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What New Year’s Resolutions and Organizational Change Have in Common: Tip #3 (Part 4 of 7)

By ALULA posted in Behavior, Leadership, Change Management

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Tip #3 asks you to focus on generating and sustaining momentum. How? 👇 

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What New Year’s Resolutions and Organizational Change Have in Common: Tip #2 (Part 3 of 7)

By ALULA posted in Behavior, Leadership, Change Management

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Tip #2 asks you to understand the relationship between effort and outcome. How? 👇 

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What New Year’s Resolutions and Organizational Change Have in Common: Tip #1 (Part 2 of 7)

By ALULA posted in Behavior, Leadership, Change Management

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Tip #1 asks you to engage with change in the present. How? 👇 

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What New Year’s Resolutions and Organizational Change Have in Common (Part 1 of 7)

By ALULA posted in Change Management

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Despite our best intentions, it’s widely known that over 75% of new year’s resolutions fail by the second week of February. 

While it’s hard enough to keep one’s own resolutions, advancing organizational change can be even more daunting. The very fundamentals of such work – securing effective sponsorship, supporting impacted employees, clearly articulating the finish line, etc. – are tricky to align and execute. 

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What I Wish I Knew: Women in Leadership Share Lessons on Developing as a Leader

By ALULA posted in Leadership, Women in the workplace

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Recently ALULA's own Danielle Hochstein (Geissler), Ph.D., participated in a leadership roundtable at the American Biomanufacturing Summit in San Francisco, CA. The discussion focused on how to elevate female leaders, especially in male-dominated industries. 

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To Observe Remote Workers, Partner and Listen More!

By ALULA posted in Working Remote, Leading Remote Teams, Work from Home, Managing Remotely, Hybrid Work Environment

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(Note to readers: We received a lot of valuable feedback on this post! People requested more detail on how to observe remote workers, so we expanded our previous post. Thank you for reading, and we hope the additions are helpful! )

How do I know people are doing the right things in the right way when they are working remotely?

I’m hearing this question a lot as remote and hybrid working have become the “new normal.” Operating virtually creates a genuine barrier, and we all know it. But it’s a barrier that skillful leaders can leap over.

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Observation: The Most Underappreciated Leadership Skill

By ALULA posted in Leadership

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As we push through the second half of 2021, many unknowns remain from a tumultuous 2020. We’re in uncharted territory, so it’s important to consider what leadership skills will be critical as teams sail this new course.

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Should you hire a culture consultant?

By ALULA posted in Behavior, Team Culture, Culture

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Your company’s culture: strategic asset and competitive advantage

Your company culture is what employees say and do every day, how they work together (or don’t), what leaders reinforce (or don’t), and all the habits, practices, processes, and customs of the workplace.

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Health and Fitness Drive Your Leadership Success

By ALULA posted in Workplace Health

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Author Tim Overcash with contributions from Brian Cole, Ph.D. and Evan Smith

June is National Men’s Health Month. This month is all about raising awareness and encouraging men to employ healthy behaviors that positively impact their mental and physical wellbeing.  

Your health is your foundation. Your success as a leader, your daily business performance, and every aspect of your public and private life—all depend on your robust health.

Of course, you already know that. But let’s get specific and present some useful advice.

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Work-from-Anywhere Survey  Uncovers Some Surprising Pros and Cons

By ALULA posted in Working Remote, Leading Remote Teams, Managing Remotely

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Author: Jessica Miller

Kitchen tables, make-shift computer trays on car consoles, scribbling notes on the back of napkins… Working arrangements in 2020 looked a lot different due to the pandemic’s impact. We toughed it out one video call at a time, but all the while our mindset of what was “normal” was shifting and evolving, and so was the mindset of the global workforce. We truly are in a work-from-anywhere world now and like many of you, ALULA was curious about the impacts of that dramatic shift.

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