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Thriving at work.
Lauren Florko Ph.D.
When we face change, we all react differently based on various things, like our upbringing, experiences, or mood.
People are becoming more divided through moral and political boundaries. Here are three steps to help slowly build bridges across the divide.
Leaders should consider these four things when implementing a change.
Navigating change is tough but necessary. Here are a few strategies that can help.
For a leader, a successful change initiative occurs when people are more than just comfortable with a new change–they feel empowered by it.
Conflict is a good thing. If utilized correctly, it can lead to better solutions, bighter innovations, and stronger relationships.
Through empathy, listening, and curiosity.
Is a coworker showing signs of stress? A few of these strategies can help.
What questions you should be asking during job interviews.
How to support each other through the stress of returning to the workplace.
How your biases may leave you unaware that you are discriminating against others.
Tips on how to avoid unintentionally discriminating against others and be more fair with your expectations at work
How to be more inclusive and less discriminatory in your behaviours at work.
How to be more inclusive with your language at work to avoid unintentionally discriminating.
How to be more inclusive at work.
How to avoid "conversation killers" and be more mindful of your communication.
How to reexamine your job to be happier at work.
How to prepare to become a mentor and be a better ally to equity-seeking groups.
Utilizing our strengths is essential to our growth and development, but sometimes what makes us great can also fail us.
How to "fact" find, clarify, dig deeper, express your perspective, problem-solve, reflect, and follow-up.
The steps to take before engaging in a difficult talk.
How to prepare for and host a difficult conversation at work.
Truly understanding why people may not be cutting it at work.
Stress may be changing how you or others are showing up at work. Here are some things to look out for.
Why we are asking too much of our leaders.
Rethinking the way we do work.
Why recognition is more impactful than you think.
What to do when your boss is burnt out.
Burnt out from work? Find out what could help you recover.
How to ensure you stay psychologically healthy while working from home.
Lauren Florko, Ph.D., is an industrial and organizational psychologist based in Vancouver, British Columbia. She is the owner of Triple Threat Consulting.