A team leader’s leadership style can make all the difference when it comes to a team’s success. A good leader can make or break a team and is imperative to retaining top tier talent, striking a harmonious balance between teammates, and ultimately to the team and business’s success.

Being adaptable is crucial to survival, especially when it comes to business. In order to help your team and business not only survive, but thrive, you may need to rethink leadership for a more modern world.

You’ve certainly heard that hiring a diverse team is important. But having a diverse leadership team can be just as, if not more, important. Diverse leaders bring different perspectives, engage with new clients or new hires, and ensure your team is better equipped to meet a diverse range of employee or client needs.

Many employees are looking to their managers to make work more accessible, and to better meet their needs to keep them for the long term. As a manager, you must be adaptive as things change seemingly overnight. But one way to be a more effective manager in these changing times, no matter what changes get thrown at you, is to lead by example.

Physical and mental health in the workplace have been major topics the last few years, and they are important things for managers to address. But evidence suggests that traditional workplace wellness programs may not be the way to go.

Women have specific health care needs that aren’t always addressed in the average health care or benefits package. Companies have a unique ability to address women’s health care concerns and make health and wellness more accessible and attainable for female employees.

The effects of the pandemic are far from over — a recent study found that nearly 42% of employees reported a decline in mental health in the last few years. Employers have the power to support employee mental and emotional health.


2022 has provided us the challenge and opportunity of a lifetime: Find the new normal. And better yet, design your life — both personal and professional — around your priorities and passions. Find five trends we’re seeing businesses embrace for employee betterment.

The statistics show that the pandemic has had a major effect on women. Unanticipated childcare needs, changes in work structure, and added responsibilities at work and at home have all contributed to pushing women out of the workforce. So, what does that mean for women in C-level positions?

Step up to the plate, ask for that raise, take up space, be loud and proud. How? Confidence. Read quotes from some of our favorite famous Ladybosses about confidence.