Dr. Rita's Blog
We’ve been focusing on the most effective leadership qualities needed in today's environment. If you missed any of the newsletter issues, you can click here to catch up.
Now that we’ve talked about leadership qualities needed…
My question is...what’s the best way YOU like to take action?
Regardless of your preferred style of learning, the facts are simple:
Scroll to the bottom to see how you can take action today by joining an upcoming cohort!
The next round of Women Manager Leadership Cohorts starts in September.
Registration is now open!
Mid-Level Managers Cohort
The dates and times:
Session 1: Wed Sept 14 @ 11:30-1 CT
Session 2: Wed Sept 28 @ 11:30-1 CT
Session 3: Wed Oct 12 @ 11:30-1 CT
Session 4: Wed Oct 26 @ 11:30-1 CT
Session 5: Wed Nov 09 @ 11:30-1 CT
Session 6: Wed Nov 30 @ 11:30-1 CT
We're back for part three of three in our Leadership Qualities Needed In Today's Work Environment series.
Today, I'm highlighting some key findings from Gallop's State of the Global Workforce 2022 Report. A report committed to “bringing the voices of employees to the decision-making tables.”
So my question for you this week: As a leader, are you helping employees THRIVE?
In the report it states only 21% of workers report they are thriving at work…only 21 percent!
So what’s causing this? It's simple, employee burnout. According to Gallop the 5 main causes that relate to burnout including:
The good news? We can make a difference and change! Gallop states to have employees thrive - there are 6 things managers need to do consistently:
I’ve worked with leaders who understand the importance of thriving cultures and want help getting there. I can tell you for those committed to learning, the results have been amazing. Not only more smiling, but more collaboration, more innovation, and better business outcomes.
Join us for a free webinar event on August 11, 2022.
How To Take Charge of Your Career & Build Next-Level Skills
Mid-Level women leaders are taking on more and more important responsibilities for their organizations at a time when fewer direct managers have time to coach and help develop their next-level skills. Many women get promoted to a manager role with no leadership training at all.
It’s important for mid-level women managers to actively take charge of their careers. In this webinar we will focus on:
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