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The Heavy Toll of Compassion Fatigue

Compassion fatigue may be a new term for you but it’s been around for a long time. It refers to a situation that can occur when people who take care of others as part of their jobs feel negative effects from constantly dealing with other people’s suffering. Over time, this can result in a form of burnout and secondary traumatic stress.

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Bring Your Superpower to Work Every Day

I am lucky enough to have discovered my extraordinary gift. I hope the tips included here will help you and your team on your own journey of discovery. We have supported other teams in uncovering and leveraging their superpowers.

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Hiring Lessons of the Great Resignation

Headlines proclaiming that American workers are quitting their jobs in record numbers have employers worried about how to best staff their organizations. However, Professor Peter Cappelli, Director of the Center for Human Resources at Wharton Business School provides a different point of view. His analysis offers an important lesson in not overreacting to the news but considering what you could be doing better in your own hiring process.

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Are You Giving Employees the Opportunity to Grow in Their Jobs?

A common problem in small firms is the lack of an obvious career path for employees. As a result, staff end up leaving because they do not see an opportunity for them to grow in their jobs. Firms can address this by being proactive in discussing these issues with their employees as well as by getting creative in finding solutions. A good example of this occurred with one of my financial advisory clients.

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