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The Power of Emotionally Intelligent Leadership in Today's Workplace

Discover the power of emotionally intelligent leadership and how the best WFH tools, adhering to employee monitoring law, can support its development. Learn how Insightful's non-invasive tools can help cultivate a thriving, innovative team culture.


Leading with Integrity: How Effective Leaders Make Decisions

In the world of business, decision-making is a crucial part of a leader’s role. Whether it’s deciding which direction to take the company, which projects to prioritize, or how to address issues that arise, a leader’s decisions can have a significant impact on the organization and its employees. That’s why leaders need to make decisions with integrity. Integrity can be defined as the quality of being honest and having strong moral and ethical principles.

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The top 7 Traits of a Good People Manager

Human Resources is the division within a company that is supposed to be in touch with all other divisions across the board. The definition of HR has expanded to newer terms nowadays thanks to the strong focus on building great companies. This has led to the rat race of becoming a good People Manager – Someone who can manage The People or The Team or The Employees well.


The Most Effective Ways Leaders Solve Problems: Steps to Becoming a Better Problem Solver at Work

When it comes to problem-solving, leaders are some of the best in the business. They have to be – their jobs depend on it! To succeed, leaders need to be able to identify and address issues quickly and efficiently. But problem-solving isn’t just a leadership skill. With the right approach, problem-solving can be taught and learned by anyone with the right attitude.


A new study reveals how to solve perhaps the single biggest problem for work leaders

Ah, the “non-routine problem.” It’s arguably the single biggest type of problem one can run into at work. New research points to a solution. Research Summary — Solving non-routine problems—problems for which current organizational, recurrent action patterns do not offer a predetermined, effective solution—can be an important source of value creation.


The Benefits of Inclusive Leadership in the 21st Century

In today’s ever-changing world, demands for societal changes have increased, with calls to create more diverse and inclusive organizations. Research has shown that diverse and inclusive organizations outperform their peers, as they are 70% more likely to capture new markets. However, despite spending more than $8 billion a year on diversity programs, only some organizations have achieved their goal of becoming truly inclusive and diverse.