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Read the latest insights from Cheryl Cran on the future of all things, the future of work, being a better human, leadership stories and solutions, worker success strategies, and more.

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What Leaders Can Learn From A Start Up

Today was a great day – I had the privilege of delivering a keynote on The Future of Work Is Now for the PMI North Saskatchewan chapter. The event was held in Saskatoon – a hot bed for innovative companies and leaders. In my presentation I share the human trends impacting companies see below for […]

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Do Engaged Workers Need An Office?

In today’s post pandemic hybrid workplace do engaged workers need an office? Many leaders are debating the workplace culture issue. Some leaders believe engagement means everyone in office and other leaders believe that engaged workers don’t need an office. What do you think? Do you think engaged workers need an office? We have surveyed thousands […]

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What Leaders Can Do About “Quite Quitting” Among Workers

A Tik Tok trend has created a meme on ‘quiet quitting’. What is quiet quitting and what can leaders do about quiet quitting among workers? What is quiet quitting? Quiet quitting is not about quitting your job – it means that a worker chooses to do only what your job demands and not one thing […]

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Did you know?

Workers Shortage To Continue to At Least 2030

25% Increase in Workers Seeking Remote Work in 2022

21% Increase in Freelance Work in Past Year

70% Of Leaders Say They Are Hiring MORE in 2022


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