Webinars at Bravely – July 2024
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by Bravely
2w ago
At a Bravely webinar, you’ll hear about pressing issues facing people leaders today and receive actionable takeaways on how to solve them. Using data from thousands of Bravely coaching sessions and key insights from our experienced speakers, we host events that are meant to be immediately useful to our audience and to resonate with the reality of being an HR professional today. So don’t wait — register for our July 2024 webinars below and join the conversation. Leadership Communication: Coaching Leaders to Connect, Inspire, and Recognize July 18th, 2024 at 1pm ET Join to learn how to: How t ..read more
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Elevate your team with strategic feedback, recognition, and development
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by Bravely
2w ago
Empowering teams and managers with strategic feedback and recognition tools is crucial for boosting morale and keeping top performers engaged. Bravely’s recent webinar, “The Power of Employee Feedback, Learning & Development,” sheds light on how feedback, recognition, learning, and development can transform employee experiences. Here’s a comprehensive summary of the main points and actionable takeaways for implementing these strategies in your organization. 1. Empowering teams and managers with feedback & recognition Strategic feedback: Feedback has traditionally been a one-sided affai ..read more
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Become and remain a culture carrier at your company
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by Bravely
3w ago
Leadership can take a lot of forms, and the form of culture carrier is a unique one. It’s informal, sometimes hard to define, but undeniably influential. As organizations function in an increasingly VUCA (volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous) world, their workplace cultures have never been more important as a compass, and neither have their culture carrier. A “culture carrier” is someone around whom a company’s culture develops. They possess a great deal of institutional knowledge, they’re an embodiment of the company values, and they’re someone others want to be around. For the company ..read more
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Does your company have a conversation culture?
Bravely Blog
by Bravely
3w ago
A company with a “culture of conversation” is one where all employees feel comfortable and safe having tough conversations, giving and receiving feedback (even to and from their leaders), and building effective working relationships. Unfortunately, 70% of employees are avoiding difficult dialogue—a phenomenon we call the Conversation Gap. We’ve found that many employees would rather leave their jobs than face the issues they’ve been avoiding. So how can you cultivate a conversation culture? Here are our 10 best tips for creating an environment where healthy conversation can flow. 10 Strategie ..read more
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How to strengthen manager relationships
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by Bravely
1M ago
In a recent webinar titled “Connection Drives Success: How to Strengthen Manager Relationships,” Bravely coaches came together to share insights on building stronger relationships between managers and their direct reports as well as their own leaders. Here, we distill the key actionable takeaways from the session, providing practical steps to help managers foster better connections in the workplace. Understanding the Importance of Managerial Relationships The foundation of any successful team lies in the relationships between its members, particularly between managers and their direct reports ..read more
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Your working relationships can handle tough feedback
Bravely Blog
by Bravely
1M ago
Work is relational; it’s about the people we work with as much as the duties we perform. For most people, enjoying work (and thriving in it) are impossible without building positive working relationships. But when the interpersonal nature of work gets tied up with our human need for acceptance, though, things get messy. We start to hold back feedback that’s crucial to collaboration but potentially damaging on a social level. Your working relationships don’t have to crumble under the weight of tough feedback. It all starts with building trust and finding common ground. Care about your colleague ..read more
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Webinars at Bravely – June 2024
Bravely Blog
by Bravely
1M ago
At a Bravely webinar, you’ll hear about pressing issues facing people leaders today and receive actionable takeaways on how to solve them. Using data from thousands of Bravely coaching sessions and key insights from our experienced speakers, we host events that are meant to be immediately useful to our audience and to resonate with the reality of being an HR professional today. So don’t wait — register for our May 2024 webinars below and join the conversation. Empowering Employees and Cultivating a Culture of Curiosity and Growth June 13, 2024 at 1pm ET Join to learn how to: Discover how to ..read more
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Top 5 ways coaching delivers a great ROI
Bravely Blog
by Bravely
1M ago
If you’re a fan of TV shows about high-power finance or law firms, you may be familiar with the role of the “performance coach.”  This character is typically portrayed as some hybrid company psychiatrist and motivational speaker whose role is to whip up excitement amongst employees, talk them through challenges they’re experiencing, and help them to accomplish big company goals. The coaching provided by Bravely’s Pros may be not be the stuff of prestige TV (less drama, more humanity), but the outcomes are, in their own way, just as glamorous.  Should companies without billions of dol ..read more
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Five facts that debunk the top myths about coaching
Bravely Blog
by Bravely
1M ago
Most people who use Bravely have never worked with a coach before. That’s because, until recently, coaching was used as either punitive remediation for under-performing execs, or a perk for “high-potential” managers — whatever that means. Coaching being so new in many people’s lives at work, it’s not surprising that there are some misunderstandings about what it is and how it works. We hear it all the time: “If I had only known _____, I would have tried coaching sooner!” Here are five facts for anyone who’s unsure about coaching or stuck on a myth about who it’s for, how it works, or why ..read more
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How active listening impacts leadership effectiveness
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by Bravely
1M ago
Elevating leadership and team dynamics by listening like a coach With all that is expected of leaders, the many responsibilities that pull them in any number of directions, it can be easy for them to overlook one of the most powerful tools at their disposal: active listening. Active listening is about giving another person our full attention and letting them know that we’re attending through our body language and actions, not just lending our ears. Yet, despite active listening’s profound impact on leadership effectiveness, it remains an underrated and underutilized skill. How underutilized is ..read more
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