The best “Top Ten” lists are fun because they are informative and educational AND easy to absorb. So, in this article, we review THREE Top 10 lists related to leadership, for a total of 30 tips.
Organizations continue to recognize the benefits of a diverse team: broader talent pools, deeper dialogue, more holistic views of the customer perspective, and more complete decision-making. To better define and implement diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) programs, organizations are conducting assessments, bringing in training and implementing changes on both systemic and personal levels.
Organizations around the country are introducing formal diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) programs to harness the power of difference and mutual respect in organizations. However, making these DEI programs real comes down to real people communicating and working with each other every day: with peers, supervisors, teams, customers and colleagues.
Microsoft Excel is one of the most widely used applications in the business world. It is an essential tool for organizing and analyzing data, and being proficient in its use is a necessary skill for many jobs.
The best writing is clear communication that your audience can understand and use. This helps increase effectiveness and accountability – in other words, your writing will have greater impact, because people will know what to expect next or what to do.
Writing is a key skill and core competency in most workplaces. Why? Writing communicates essential information in a way that others can access and use. Every piece you create should have a goal, and the structure and words in that document should fulfill that goal.
When it comes to storing, analyzing and visualizing data, Microsoft Excel is the preferred choice. But, when the source of the data you need to analyze is contained within a PDF file, your first step is going to be getting it into Excel.
The Portable Document Format, known best by its acronym and file type “PDF”, was developed by Adobe Systems in 1993 and has remained the standard for consumer printing, publishing and electronic sharing ever since. It is no wonder, then, that every now and then the need to convert information stored in a PDF into an Excel worksheet comes up. Powerful tools are destined to collaborate.
When the pandemic hit, the team went fully remote, quickly establishing procedures and processes to work fully from home. The organization also altered its business model to meet the new emerging needs of its customers, and started to expand.
After three years of change and learning in the pandemic, many organizations, managers and employees are cautiously asking whether we truly have reached some type of “new normal.” While no one can be sure what happens next, it is a good time to check in with how you and your organization are doing with respect to hybrid teams.