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Stressed Workforce? Lead Them Into Resilience With These Tips.

July 28, 2021 | Continuum Consulting

Seemingly small gestures can and will make your workplace into a place people enjoy being and working in, whether virtually or in person. Here are our top six examples you can do for your workplace.

Here’s Why Onboarding is a Leadership Job

July 22, 2021 | Continuum Consulting

Great onboarding programs work to make new employees feel prepared for, welcomed, informed, accompanied, safe, and valued — to feel that they belong. Here's why, ultimately, it boils down to a leadership job.

This is How You Create Cultures of Welcome and Belonging for New Hires

July 12, 2021 | Continuum Consulting

Because of the new ways of working and interacting within our work teams, thorough onboarding is even more important now. Here are some helpful steps to help employees feel they belong and can perform at their best.

Are we headed toward more flexible work lives? A Fringe employee thinks so.

July 6, 2021 | Continuum Consulting

Morgan White is a Continuum consultant that has mastered the art of working a full-time position while traveling the world. Here, she dives into some of the benefits of “work flexibility” for both employees and employers. The pandemic provided me an opportunity to return to my pre-corporate nomadic ways, living in a different city every […]

What Makes Continuum Successful during the COVID Era

April 30, 2021 | Continuum Consulting

The air was fresh, the sun was bright, and snow crunched underfoot as my dear friend and mentor, Steven Vannoy, and I set out on one of our cherished hikes along the foothills near Red Rocks Park in Colorado. We hiked and laughed and talked about life and our families and, as is often the […]

Introducing Continuum Micro-Engagements

April 16, 2021 | Continuum Consulting

Word on the Street The pandemic has hastened trends toward blended and hybrid work environments, and we hear the new trends aren’t going away. While technology has been quickly adapted, there are clear opportunities to evolve the human element of working and reconsider how we can better connect, communicate and get work done together. How […]

The Mother of All Leadership Challenges

March 12, 2021 | Lisa Marie Main

Recently, I was facilitating a client video conference on Zoom. The speaker, a young woman charged with leading an organizational initiative, began to outline her project update. As she did, serious and focused on the audience, her toddler, dressed in blue pajamas with brown curly hair, climbed a wooden cabinet in the background. I gasped, […]

Daring to Have the Tough Conversations

February 19, 2021 | Wendy B. White

During Black History Month, after a year when the push for racial justice has been highlighted and accelerated in new ways, I’ve been reflecting on my own sadness that changes in our country, sought for so long, have not come easier. I am a white, educated, middle class woman who can freely walk into any […]

How to successfully onboard and engage new hires

January 29, 2021 | Wendy B. White

I’ve been coaching a new leader who moved her family halfway across the country to take a dream job only to discover the week before she started work that everything had changed. It was March 2020 when the work world entered into pandemic lockdown, and so many of us began adapting to work from home. […]

The Hill We Climb

January 22, 2021 | Guest Author

The Hill We Climb by Amanda Gorman When day comes we ask ourselves,where can we find light in this never-ending shade?The loss we carry,a sea we must wadeWe’ve braved the belly of the beastWe’ve learned that quiet isn’t always peaceAnd the norms and notionsof what just isIsn’t always just-iceAnd yet the dawn is oursbefore we […]