Stacy Pollack is an Organizational Development professional with a passion for improving the workplace. She began her career in recruitment and quickly fell in love with training, coaching, and human resources. Her very first job was as a gymnastics coach. Connect with her on LinkedIn, Twitter, or at www.stacypollack.com
How to Create Process for Process-Averse Teams
It’s key to introduce change in the workplace with careful consideration. Follow these tips to get employee support and buy-in.
What Is Web 3.0? An Introduction for Small Businesses
What does the term “Web 3.0” actually mean and what opportunities does it present for your small company? Find out, here.
The Future of the Tech Industry: Practices and Culture
The tech industry saw a significant economic shift in 2022. What does that mean for possible trends in 2023 for your business? Find out here.
HR in 2023: Trends to Watch For
Read about upcoming forecasted trends and innovations in human resources for the year ahead.
HR and Culture: Blunders vs. Best Practices
Learn about some recent HR and culture blunders that companies have made, and the best practices they could have implemented instead.
What is Allyship? A Guide For Your Organization
There seems to be a gap between what people perceive to be proper allyship and what their colleagues actually need to feel supported. Learn the steps to bridge the gap and make a difference.
Code-Switching: What It Is, and Why Your Employees Are Doing It
Code-switching is when someone adjusts their style of language, appearance, behavior, and expression to appeal to others. Learn more about the impacts of it here.
How to Appeal to the Talent in Today’s Market
A people-first approach is more important than ever when looking to attract new hires. Here are 7 considerations to keep in mind when hiring and recruiting.
What Is a Corporate Social Purpose and Social Responsibility?
We look at the differences between social purpose and social responsibility, why they’re important, and how your small business can get started.
What Leading with Vulnerability Means for You and Your Company
Leading with vulnerability is about getting comfortable with being uncomfortable.