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February 22, 2023

Farber Acquired by B. Riley Financial Inc. Now Known as B. Riley Farber

Expanded services. Greater reach. Same team. We are excited to announce that Farber’s corporate division has been acquired by B. Riley Financial, Inc. (“B. Riley”). B. Riley is a publicly traded (NASDAQ: RILY), North…

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January 30, 2023

Cultivating Cross-Cultural Communication in the Workplace

It is important to strive towards a diverse workplace—but if it’s not harmonious, it won’t work. Cultural misunderstandings can lead to false assumptions and mismatched expectations. Tessa Desatnik highlights some examples of cross-cultural workplace challenges and…

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January 11, 2023

The Interim Executive: Addressing the Impact of an Unplanned Executive Departure

What happens when a key executive suddenly leaves your organization? The first instinct might be to panic, but there’s one solution that will save you hours of work and stress. Steve Rosen explains why…

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October 14, 2022

How to Solve the Right Problem During Workplace Challenges

The issue of employees feeling burnout, loss of engagement and retention is not something that was catalyzed in the last two years. In fact, these topics have come up frequently in the last two decades…

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September 26, 2022

Who Moved My Future: Redesigning a New Workplace with Creativity

There’s a big disconnect between employees and employers. While some leaders are laser focused on returning to the old ways of work, employees are pushing back. Dave Stevens suggests leaders should be listening, asking…

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September 13, 2022

The Employer-Employee Contract of Old is Broken—But Not the Relationship

The employee-employer contract of old may be broken, but the relationship isn’t. Barry Pokroy explores ways organizations and leaders can deal with discomforts of change in the workplace and start building the authentic…