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Change psychology allows us to tap into why people do and don’t want to change. Learn how to use that human insight to successfully design and execute plans that shift employees’ actions and behaviors.

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#3FastFacts: Resilience at Scale

In the midst of continuous change, employees are feeling fatigued and uncertain. To combat this, resilience is key. We’re sharing #3FastFacts on how storytelling, psychological safety, and addressing obstacles head … Continued

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5 Strategies to Prevent Change Fatigue from Impacting your Team

Think about all the changes you and your employees have been through over the last few years. Between dealing with Covid, adapting to working from home, changing technologies, and operating … Continued

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This is Your Brain on Ambiguity

Periods of uncertainty aren’t new in the world of work, but the past two years have caused profound disruption for both employees and employers. Everything from working models, culture, talent … Continued

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How Your Language Strategy Can Make or Break Transformation Success

Language in the workplace Whether an organization is changing its ways of working, giving its Employer Value Proposition a refresh, or transforming its culture, the role of language is sometimes … Continued

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Five Employee Biases That Can Make or Break Your Hybrid Working Model

70% of US and EU companies have announced they are shifting to a hybrid working model. But how ready are your employees and people managers to adapt to this new … Continued

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This is Your Brain on Ambiguity

Periods of uncertainty aren’t new in the world of work, but the past two years have caused profound disruption for both employees and employers. Everything from working models, culture, talent … Continued

Gisela Velterop

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