Kevin Sheridan

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How To Leverage Technology To Shape And Improve Your Organization’s Culture

Kevin Sheridan

As organizations grow and transform in today’s dynamic and ever-changing economy, it becomes increasingly important to maintain an engaging, collaborative, and positive workplace culture. The good news is that technology can be leveraged as an instrumental tool in managing and enhancing your organization’s culture. I have written this blog to give you and your teams six specific and best-practice means of doing so.

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Common Misconceptions (And Facts) About AI

Kevin Sheridan

Artificial intelligence (AI) is perhaps one of the most talked-about innovations of the last few years. Around the world, innovations like generative AI seek to transform the workplace, education system, and our personal lives. This type of AI has extraordinary potential both in and out of the workplace and is not going anywhere. Therefore, I thought it would be helpful to write a blog detailing the common misconceptions – and facts – about generative AI.

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Seven Proven Ways Of Improving Your Talent Management Strategies

Kevin Sheridan

Employee engagement is no doubt one of the most challenging aspects of talent management for most organizations. In fact, recent research shows that only 30% of employees are currently engaged, compared to 36% in 2020. Evidently, traditional talent management is not as effective as it could be, especially since most post-pandemic workplaces have changed both significantly and rapidly.

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Navigating A Storm In The C-suite: Best Practice Approaches To Executive Conflict

Kevin Sheridan

Conflicts in the C-suite are like violent storms on the horizon—commonplace and inevitable but very manageable with the right strategic approach. Disputes within the C-suite, however, are not just any storm; they are more like Category 5 hurricanes that can erode an organization’s productivity, operational efficiency, and profitability. Furthermore, these problems can result in missed business opportunities, financial costs, and mistake-filled decision-making.

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5 Great Ways Organizations Can Fully Engage Their Employees

Kevin Sheridan

In the United States, employee engagement is at 31%, the lowest rate it has been in years, plummeting from 36% in 2020. So, with so much of the workforce not engaged, there is a greater need for Human Resources Professionals to renew and update their employee engagement strategies. As such, I thought it would be helpful for me to remind and/or show you and your management team five of the most effective strategies for fully engaging your team members.

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5 Ways Organizations Can Help Employees Avoid Computer Eye Strain

Kevin Sheridan

In today’s digital and demanding workplace, employees are blasted with digital light for seemingly endless hours each day, whether at work or at home – an estimated 96 hours a week. Thus, workplace executives should prioritize the opportunity to help their employees protect their eyes from this potentially damaging digital light. I thought it would be helpful to share five proven best practices that your executive leaders can employ to help your employees reduce the negative eye health i

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Discover 3 Other Ways You Can Improve Your Talent Management Strategies In A Very Unpredictable Job Market

Kevin Sheridan

Finding and retaining talent is one thing, but what steps are you taking to guarantee that your talent improves and blossoms over time? The profound reality is that Talent Management is a crucial component of your organization’s productivity, performance, and profitability. Here are three additional proven best-practices for how your Human Resources team can improve the employee experience with effective Talent Management.