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Pleasant Goodbyes and Easy Transitions

Pleasant Goodbyes and Easy Transitions

At Integrated Work, we have learned first-hand how helpful it is for a leader who is moving on to assist the transitions process by setting the stage for a lasting relationship and a warm, and pleasant goodbye.

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Human-First Meets JEDI: A New Approach to Recruitment and Retention

Human-First Meets JEDI: A New Approach to Recruitment and Retention

When employees are more connected and engaged, they are more productive, collaborative, and innovative. This article highlights the ways in which human resource processes can be developed through a combined Human-First and JEDI (justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion) lens, fostering a stronger organizational culture and healthier work environment.

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The New Normal & Changes in Leadership

The New Normal & Changes in Leadership

The Pandemic has created a new normal, and with it, the need for new kinds of leadership skills. This article explores the impact on community health centers in particular.

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Mission Matters, But Are You Stuck?

Mission Matters, But Are You Stuck?

While we guide individuals to lead with purpose, we often send these folks back into systems that haven’t really evolved to support new ways of thinking and being. Download CEO Jennifer Simpson’s thought-provoking piece “Amplify Your Impact: Making the Most of Mission-Driven Leadership” to learn about an organizing model that helps leaders deliver on their vision.

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Burnout and Human-First Leadership

Burnout and Human-First Leadership

My hope is in approaching myself and others with compassion, saying “no” when I need to, and being open to hearing “no” from others can be a starting point for seeking ways to adjust our culture. My hope is that we come to value each other too much to ever want anyone to harm themselves to give us a yes answer. As leaders, it’s up to us to make room for ourselves and each other to be human.

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