As the year 2021 comes to an end, many people will use the metaphorical “turning of the page” as an opportunity to celebrate the finale of another challenging and special year. More than a chance for celebration, the new year also represents an opportunity for professionals and leaders to reflect, take stock and plan ahead. […]
This year, when the very notion of togetherness has been radically redefined, the simple experience of breathing together has taken on new meaning.
Research supports what we know instinctively: empathy is crucial to our relationships with others – from family members to co-workers. Yet, it is all too easy to slip out of an empathetic mode, especially when under pressure.
The Nebo Company has been named an official partner of the World Bank’s 3rd Annual Innovate4Climate (I4C) Conference hosted in Singapore from June 4-7.
An intention can be used as an excellent tool to practice self-management and improve your presence and impact at work.
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On Thursday, November 29, CEO of The Nebo Company, Kate Ebner, is speaking at the Professional Development Institute’s annual conference. Kate will be addressing the important topic of sponsorship in the #metoo era.
Which strategies work best to motivate and retain your high potential employees? How do you know you are making the right levels of investment in talent development? Learn a practical framework for investing in talent development for your organization.
Designed for CEOs, Chief HR Officers, and talent development professionals, the series draws on our experience working with some of the most transformational leaders and organizations in business, government, and non-profit organizations.
Reflection has more benefit than you might think. In fact, studies suggest that purposeful, daily reflection actually has the ability to improve your cognitive abilities and increase your overall performance.