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No Engaged Workforce Without Engaged Leaders

Highly engaged teams show 21% greater profitability (According to Gallup, 2019). Employee engagement not only comes from internal activities, but also from the relationship between employees and colleagues, and especially with their leaders. The leader, with the role of leading the team and inspiring, will have a great influence on employee engagement. We are talking about the engagement rate of the employees, but do we focus on the relationship of the leader with the organization? Employee engagement is the key to increasing productivity Employee engagement is closely related to the productivity of an organization. When employees are not interested in

Diversity Leaders – Growing Strong With Women Leaders

It is undeniable that the benefits of “gender diversity” bring to businesses, ranging from cultural diversity and financial indicators. According to McKinsey Group, the application of gender diversity in a quarter increases 27% of the economic profit margin of businesses. Therefore, gender equality and diversity have become the top concerns in corporate strategies. Better profit growth and a more sustainable culture with gender diversity Due to the development of gender diversity, there has been more focus on connecting and promoting women in organizations. In fact, the survey on 2,400 global enterprises, women are accounted for 29% of the leadership team,

The Digital Era: Are Millenials Ready To Lead?

Millennials – people born during the period 1980 – 1998, are occupying the majority of the workforce not only in Vietnam but also globally. This generation is gradually becoming leaders and managers in businesses. Born in the digital age, with the opportunity to interact with technology more than the previous generation, but are Millennials ready to become leaders of the 4.0 era? Born in the technology era Unlike previous generations like Gen X or Baby Boomers, Millennials are generations born when technology thrives with breakthroughs that change people’s lives and behaviors. However, to lead an organization, all generations are facing

The Importance Of Coaching And Mentoring (Part 1)

In today’s time, coaching and mentoring have become extremely necessary in the operations of businesses of all sizes. More and more companies are adopting these development approaches as they can bring numerous benefits to not only the coachees or mentees but also coaches, mentors, and the organization as a whole is definitely not an exception. Wherever these are used, their success depends on various factors, including organizational culture, the skills and competencies of the mentor or coach, as well as the emphasis on learning and development in the organizational context. Understanding coaching and mentoring Coaching and mentoring help develop and

3 Pieces Of Advice When Planning A Big Change In The Company

Currently, many businesses are starting to plan strategies by spending months searching for data, exploring the market to seek opportunities and challenges, thereby making appropriate plans. Successful strategies come primarily from the core development in productivity growth, merger, and acquisition processes in time, along with rational resource distribution, thereby boosting core productivity of the business. Here are 3 powerful shifts starting from the decisions of successful strategies. Acceptance needs to change reality instead of gaining consent The goal of most strategic discussions is usually to agree or reject a proposal that is brought to the meeting room. Suggestions for other

Workplace Transformation: Improving Toxic Work Cultures

A productive workforce starts with a healthy work environment. However, if there are signs of employees feeling intimidated, discouraged, stressed – it seems that the workplace has turned into a negative experience. While it’s the responsibility of everyone to contribute to a healthy environment where people are welcomed and comfortable, it’s crucial for leaders to build and maintain it by identifying and addressing issues of toxicity in their early stages. Otherwise, it could lead to poor performing workforce, diminishing productivity, and stagnant growth.  Understanding toxic work cultures While toxic work cultures are the result of various factors, toxicity can begin