Honoring Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander Heritage Month (Part 4 of 4)

By ALULA posted in Behavior, Leadership

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It was an honor to explore the story of Nainoa Thompson here, and we’re thrilled you’re following our series on what today’s leaders and workers can learn from AA and NHPI people whose work demonstrates a profound commitment to behaviors with a lasting positive impact.  

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Honoring Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander Heritage Month (Part 3 of 4)

By ALULA posted in Behavior, Leadership

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We enjoyed exploring thestory of Shuji Nakamura here,and we’re grateful to you for reading our serieson what today’s leaders and workers can learn from AA and NHPI people whose work demonstrates a profound commitment to behaviors with a lasting positiveimpact.  

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Honoring Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander Heritage Month (Part 2 of 4)

By ALULA posted in Behavior, Leadership

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Welcome back to our series, begun here, on what today’s leaders and workers can learn from AA and NHPI people whose work demonstrates a profound commitment to behaviors with a lasting positive impact.  

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Honoring Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander Heritage Month (Part 1 of 4)

By ALULA posted in Behavior, Leadership

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In the US alone, 6.2 percent of the total population identify as AANHPI (Asian American, Native Hawaiian, Pacific Islander). Mayis dedicated to honoring people in the US with AANHPI heritage, so it’sa great timeto celebrate their voices and experiences – and to reflect on how wecan integrate their stories into our lives all year long, especially with our colleagues and teams. 

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Women in Leadership: 4 Key Takeaways for the Career Journey

By Danielle Hochstein, Ph.D. posted in Leadership, Women in the workplace

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It’s been somewhat of an annual tradition for me to attend the Women in Leadership panel at the American Manufacturing Summit and share the highlights. This year’s panel discussion brought together five senior leaders: Joy Malinowski from Constellation Brands, Elena Bernado from Hello Fresh, Susanne Lauda from AGCO, Donna Deyo from Paccar, and Angela Reamer from Monin. They generously shared stories from their career journeys and the learnings that can support the path forward for women in the field.   

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Make Health a Habit: Actionable Tips for World Health Day and Beyond

By ALULA posted in Leadership, Team Culture, Culture, Trust

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World Health Day, on April 7th, is a global call to action for prioritizing well-being. In our constantly connected world, self-care is no longer a luxury, it's a necessity. By making small, sustainable changes to your daily routines, you can significantly improve your physical and mental health. Here are three self-care shifts that can help you develop habits to support a more fulfilling life. 

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Unleash Your Team's Potential: The T.I.E. Leadership Approach

By Delores (Dee) Conway posted in Behavior, Leadership, Communicating with Teams, Change

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Tired of managing a team that goes through the motions? You’re not alone. This year’s global trends confirm that leaders understand the value of human performance for enterprise strength as well as business success. How can you unlock the true potential of your team to create a powerhouse of innovation and engagement?

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Preventing Toxic Productivity and Toxic Positivity

By ALULA posted in Leadership, Team Building, Team Culture, Workplace Health

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Recent globalincreases in employee engagementhave been music to the ears of hard-working, mindful leaders. But here’s the thing about a good thing – it merits vigilance. 

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How Leaders Make Workforce Well-Being Visible

By ALULA posted in Leadership, Communicating with Teams, Workplace Mental Health, Workplace Health

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In today’s dynamic work environment, leaders who are good atprioritizingthe total well-being of the workforce also help to improve key business metrics associated with job satisfaction, employee retention, customer loyalty, teamwork, safety, accuracy, and—of course—profitability in the long term. 

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ALULA Honors African American Leaders Who Led the Right Way (Part 4 of 4)

By Delores (Dee) Conway posted in Leadership

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Co-authored by Dee Conway and Alycia Diggs-Chavis 

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