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Stacy Pollack

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

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The Anatomy of An Effective Meeting: Part 1

How to run an effective meeting, ramp up productivity, and optimize your time

HR Headaches Series: Does Your Company Have Managers With No People Skills?

In this week’s HR Headaches post, we discuss how to help company leaders who are unable to manage their people.

HR Headaches Series: Giving Feedback to Managers With More Seniority Than You

In this week’s HR Headaches post we discuss how, as a member of your HR team, to give difficult feedback to managers who have more experience or seniority than you.

HR Headaches Series: How to (Gracefully) Deny a Promotion Request

In this week’s HR Headaches post, we discuss ways to tell your employee they are not getting that promotion.

3 Strategies for Dealing With Difficult Employees

Do you have a staff member who’s challenging to work with?

Psychological Safety: What It Is and Why Your Business Needs It

Psychological safety helps employees feel more engaged, productive, and energized.

HR Headaches Series: What Can I Do If We Can’t Afford Raises and Promotions?

In this week’s HR Headaches post, we examine how you can keep your employees happy without raises or title changes.

Employee Resource Groups: What They Are and How to Get Started

If you want to better connect with your employees’ needs, consider offering Employee Resource Groups.

How Small Businesses Can Benefit From Diversity and Inclusion

D&I planning is important for attracting the right talent, fostering a sense of belonging, solving problems more creatively, and serving greater populations.

Head of Remote Work: COVID Brings New Job Titles to Small Businesses

Hiring a Head of Remote Work can help businesses stay productive and efficient in this new normal.