In the Fall of 2020, Wiley Education Services surveyed over 600 human resources (HR) and learning and development (L&D) professionals, including nearly 100 leaders at the Executive/C-level, to get a better understanding of what the biggest skills gaps are and how companies are responding to widening gaps within their businesses. This report examines how employers […]
Black Americans have played a crucial role in helping to advance America’s business, political and cultural landscape into what it is today. And since 1976, every U.S. president has designated the month of February as Black History Month to honor the achievements and the resilience of the Black community.
This morning, I was reading another blog that I regularly check out for great discussion of leadership issues (Leading in Context, by Dr. Linda Fisher Thornton). In her current entry (see here), she discusses the three words above, which often are not used together – ethical, adaptive, leadership. I was very intrigued by this pairing, […]
Leadership is an important part of our life as social beings, as we co-exist, survive and thrive in a challenging world full of obstacles at all levels. It is very easy and very tempting to fall into the trap of seeing leadership primarily through the lens of personal or professional advancement – i.e. leadership as […]
Dear Cabrini community, The Cabrini University offices will be closed on Monday, January 18, for Martin Luther King Jr. Day, in honor of one of this nation’s most influential social advocates and one who continues to inspire others more than 50 years after his death. I encourage you to spend the day participating in acts […]
Heightened uncertainty can have a devastating impact on the performance and mental health of employees, triggering a threat response in the brain that interferes with rational thinking, collaborating and solving problems. By understanding the core psychological needs of employees, leaders can focus their efforts on the strategies that will have the greatest impact on engagement […]
Dear Cabrini community, Yesterday, while the United States Congress gathered for the formality of counting and certifying the votes of the Electoral College and, subsequently, the results of the 2020 Presidential Election, a violent scene unfolded outside and inside the Capitol Building in Washington, DC. These acts of aggression at the Capitol are a disgraceful […]