Leadership, Collaboration, Conflict Resolution
The key to sales and service is collaboration from Servicemax.com
This is how to build trust in virtual mediations from MGC blog
Gallup presents the results of conflict in the workplace and how effective conflict resolution strategies creates tighter collaboration.
Passive collaboration is essential to remote workers long term success from techcrunch.com
This is how AI and collaboration will change the world from cio.com
Support Asian Employees. This is the tip from the Harvard Business Review on Tuesday April 13, 2021.
I suggest that you take it a step further and reach out to all people of color with what has happened and with what is happening in Minnesota right now. Make something good come from this.
Today’s Tip Support Your Asian American Employees and Colleagues
The recent wave of anti-Asian racism in the U.S. is a workplace issue. Asian Americans are fearful, upset, and hurting right now. As a manager, you need to ensure that you’re providing the support that your colleagues and employees need. Here are four ways to help.
1. Acknowledge what’s happening. Don’t stay silent, dilute the message, or rely on your diversity and inclusion office to speak out.
2. Open your door. Let your team know that resources are available and that you’re there to listen to their experiences and needs.
3. Create a space for a discussion. Some employees may want to talk about what’s going on and how they’re feeling about it.
4. Commit to making real changes — both within and outside of your organization. How can your company culture and policies change to be more inclusive? How can you support AAPI communities outside your walls?
About the author
Mike Gregory is a professional speaker, an author, and a mediator. You may contact Mike directly at email@example.com and at (651) 633-5311. Mike has written 12 books (and co-authored two others) including his latest book, The Collaboration Effect: Overcoming Your Conflicts, and The Servant Manager, Business Valuations and the IRS, and Peaceful Resolutions that you may find helpful. [Michael Gregory, ASA, CVA, NSA, MBA, Qualified Mediator with the Minnesota Supreme Court]