Experts have long said that the way an employee is brought into a company, those first few weeks, are critical to long-term success. Unfortunately, many companies still onboard poorly.
Here, we attempt to illustrate what victims of a bad onboarding program go through and how it impacts their opinion of the company and their chances for achieving success.
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By Mike Raia
The integration of emotional intelligence into leadership development isn’t merely beneficial—it’s imperative. As the business landscape evolves, so too must our approach to leadership. Aisha Jallow urges you to reflect on your EI and consider how its development can not only advance your career.
In our interconnected world, the power of language extends far beyond simple communication—it bridges cultures, fosters empathy, and opens a myriad of opportunities. While English serves as a global lingua franca, the true richness of multilingualism lies in its ability to deepen our connections and broaden our perspectives.
For roles not inherently requiring constant on-premises presence, offering flexibility in working arrangements has become a pivotal factor in attracting and retaining talent. The insistence on total office presence, or a lack of flexibility in managing work time, may reflect a failure of leadership rather than employee inadequacy.