How to Positively Manage Mental Health Conditions in the Workplace

HR consultants in Michigan having a discussion about mental health awareness.

1 in 5 (46.6 million) adults in the United States experience a mental health condition in a given year. (www.nami.org) That means, in an organization that employs 100 people, 20 are likely challenged with a mental health condition. Managers and leaders know that people must be physically healthy to perform well, but sometimes forget how…

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2 Easy Steps to Ensure Success in the Next 5 Years

A business woman writing in her planner

If I go back to school now, when I finish in four years, I’ll be 60. So, why bother?  Well, you’ll be 60 in four years regardless of whether you go back to school or not. So, why not do something you enjoy? As the saying goes, if you’re not moving ahead, you’re falling behind. …

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How Diversity Plans Provide Opportunity for a Powerful Edge

Business leadership discussing their diversity and inclusion plan at a conference table.

In 2017, hurricane Harvey laid waste to much of the Texas coast and devastated swaths of Houston. Texas-based grocery chain H.E.B. was running disaster relief stations, mobilizing its extensive supply chain and funneling resources to those in need – right alongside the Red Cross and Salvation Army. Why was a grocery chain running emergency logistics…

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How to Build Amazing Teams with Diversity

Diversity

It’s almost time for March Madness! We all have fun rooting for our favorite teams and deciding who might win it all. However, let’s not get ahead of ourselves; it’s not March quite yet, so instead, we’ll think about it from a business perspective. The best of the best competing for the ability to say…

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