Deborah Stadtler

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Post date: February 21, 2019
As companies face a war for talent and a lack of qualified workers in many fields, individuals with disabilities are being recognized as a source of engaged, committed employees. According to the 2017 Disability Statistics Report from the Institute on Disability, nearly one in eight people in the U...
Post date: August 18, 2020
The business landscape is constantly shifting and changing. Just this year, leaders have been challenged to adapt business in the face of a global pandemic and address racial bias in the workplace among other pressing issues. To stay current and capable, leaders must keep up their learning and...
Post date: April 2, 2020
The outbreak of COVID-19 has forced many employees and teams to work remotely as businesses try to maintain operations. This new model of work is putting company culture to the test. Without physical interaction and typical processes, employees may not feel as connected or productive. Leaders need...
Post date: April 4, 2019
The sales department is in Shanghai, the manufacturing plant in Mumbai, leadership in London, and accounting in Abu Dhabi, yet everyone works for the same company. Today, it’s not uncommon for an organization to have offices all over the globe, spanning continents and languages. For these...
Post date: March 8, 2018
The iconic image for business strategy is the hockey stick. The hockey stick illustrates that in a new ventures, with an initial investment and a short-term tolerance of loss, revenue and profits will eventually skyrocket. But not all business strategies lead to this desired effect. In fact, a...
Post date: October 6, 2020
In today’s business environment, crafting a digital organization is a critical aim for every leader. Regardless of industry or size, every company needs digital strategies and processes to continue evolving and adapting for the future.  For some companies like Microsoft and Schneider Electric,...
Post date: July 7, 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic has upended the business community, shifting employees to working at home, crippling some industries while putting a strain on others to deliver, and challenging long-term plans. Yet in the midst of the chaos, HR leaders were uniquely positioned to address work challenges and...
Post date: January 16, 2020
Efforts to reduce workplace bias and inclusion have become widespread, yet the demographics of leadership positions at most organizations remain unchanged.  Research demonstrates that organizations with diverse representation and inclusive practices perform better. Last year The Wall Street Journal...
Post date: March 11, 2020
As the coronavirus spreads, more and more companies are opting to restrict business travel, prepare employees for remote work and limit in-person visits to workplaces. Many companies have tiered response plans based on local needs and are testing remote work capabilities to be prepared.  Business...
Post date: March 18, 2020
With the spread of COVID-19, companies are strategizing on what to do when employees are working remotely and customers are staying away from their businesses.  The virus creates "not just a health crisis but an economic crisis," said Aaron Goldstein, a partner in the Seattle office of law firm...