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How to Give Critical Feedback Without Being Critical

Knowing how to give critical feedback, also known as constructive feedback or negative feedback, is an essential part of being an effective leader. In order to help people learn and…

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Read more about the article The Psychology of Play & Organizational Health
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The Psychology of Play & Organizational Health

On a surface level, many organizations understand the value of bringing employees together to play. In 2019, 75-85% of organizations in the United States hosted holiday parties, and 75% of…

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Read more about the article Hybrid Work Schedules: Lessons From Game Design
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Hybrid Work Schedules: Lessons From Game Design

What Does an Effective Hybrid Work Schedule Look Like? According to a recent Gartner survey, 82% of leaders are planning to adopt a hybrid work model. This is a wise…

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Read more about the article Courageous Leadership, Vulnerability, and Play
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Courageous Leadership, Vulnerability, and Play

For adults, play develops courage to be vulnerable. Courageous leadership cultivates psychological safety and inspires confidence to take interpersonal risks.

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