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Leading teams can be challenging. In this blog, learn about the questions CCL clients are asking about their teams and the answers our expert is providing.
If you are trying to measure something, it is critically important to think about how you will use those measures.
We often use measurement scales in survey research without knowing how they were developed. Because of this, we may either be missing important data, or we may be drawing inaccurate conclusions.
A case study on an in-depth analysis of corporate messages and motives on the Supreme Court’s landmark decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, overturning Roe v. Wade.
Star employees can often be an asset or a liability within teams. Learn how to get the most out of these exceptional contributors and ensure they make the team more effective.
This post explores the day-to-day life of decision-makers in organizations and the opportunities they have to lead with an equity-based mindset.
Assessment is often the starting point on the journey to becoming a more effective team. In this article, I discuss how a “benchmarking” perspective can yield powerful insights for teams.
In this final blog of the Impact Series, I provide a few final reflections on the blogs posted over the past 16 months.
Have you ever completed a survey at the end of a program and wondered if anyone was really going to look at it? We present our 7-step approach to leveraging web-based text-analysis for evaluative purposes.