Reflect on your leadership.

Make the intangible aspects of organizational health tangible with real life examples, proven best practices, and recommended resources.

To Automate, Or Not To Automate? We ask the question.

Is there anything we cannot automate, thanks to advances in artificial intelligence, augmented reality, and virtual reality? We already interact frequently with chatbots when we need to ask a company a question or perform a relatively simple ask. But some jobs cannot be automated. Some tasks just can’t be relegated to technology. Compassion and empathy cannot be automated, nor can trust. 

Compassion in the Time of Layoffs

In the midst of the “Great Layoff,” there is a pervasive sense of anxiety and foreboding in the tech industry. Hundreds of thousands have lost their jobs and countless more are left behind, asking, “Am I next... And when?” What is the impact on organizational health, and how can companies navigate chaotic times with greater clarity — and compassion? Here’s the truth we always come back to: People matter. How you treat your people will determine your success — or lack thereof.

Five Must-Haves for Productive Meetings

Meetings are like the weather; we love to complain about them. Humorist Dave Berry once wrote, “If you had to identify, in one word, the reason why the human race has not achieved, and never will achieve, its full potential, that word would be ‘meetings.’”

How to Make Change Go Deep

How can you be one of the 10% who nails their goals? You have to be willing to do what it takes to stop thinking the way you used to — to gain a new mindset. Engage for change. Invest in it — and yourself — and start with shifting your mindset, not setting unrealistic goals. It makes all the difference. 

What Your Board Could Be

“Building habits of group vulnerability is like building a muscle. It takes time, repetition, and the willingness to feel pain in order to achieve gains.” Daniel Coyle, The Culture Code: The Secrets of Highly Successful Groups

What to Expect Out of the OrgHealth Ascent Assessment for Teams

Organizational health is really difficult to measure because leaders have different ideas about what it looks like. The success of The OrgHealth Ascent Assessment for your team relies on your team’s expectations of what should come out of the whole process. So let’s get clear right out of the gate on what you can expect.