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Julie Winkle Giulioni

Julie Winkle Giulioni is a champion of growth and development in the workplace, helping leaders and organizations optimize the potential of their people. Named one of Inc. Magazine’s top 100 leadership speakers, she’s the co-author of the international bestseller, "Help Them Grow or Watch Them Go: Career Conversations Organizations Need and Employees Want," and a forthcoming book that ATD Press will publish in spring 2021. Learn more about her work at JulieWinkleGiulioni.com.

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The ABCs of responding to the Great (or not so great) Resignation
The ABCs of responding to the Great (or not so great) Resignation

Resignations recently hit an all-time high. You can't prevent every employee departure, but proactive leadership can retain more people and make for smoother offboarding.

3 career development questions to stop asking employees
3 career development questions to stop asking employees

We need better questions about employees' career development if we want to help them grow in this modern work environment. Here are 3 questions for leaders to change.

Retention and recruitment: What leaders need to know in the post-pandemic workplace
Retention and recruitment: What leaders need to know in the post-pandemic workplace

Many workers will look to change or quit jobs as the pandemic ends. But it doesn't have to be this way if leaders anticipate the challenges and try to solve them.

Returning to work: How listening can help
Returning to work: How listening can help

People might be happy to return to offices and pre-pandemic work, but that brings a new set of anxieties. Learn how listening can help.

How do you stretch employees without burning them out? Read on for a guide on hitting this careful balance.

What career development can learn from Netflix
What career development can learn from Netflix

Career development needs a refresh. The subscription-based business model can be an inspiration that drives growth and employee engagement.

How leaders can respond to "new year, not-so-new challenges" syndrome
How leaders can respond to "new year, not-so-new challenges" syndrome

The new year's energy fades quickly. How can leaders help their teams and employees move forward throughout all of the coming year?

Bridge the distance during virtual year-end reviews
Bridge the distance during virtual year-end reviews

Year-end reviews can't be brushed off, no matter how different work is now than a year ago. Here's how to prepare yourself for a strong, virtual year-end review.

2020 in review: Handling annual conversations with employees
2020 in review: Handling annual conversations with employees

Leaders still need to have annual performance and development conversations with employees. But they'll need to be different, because nothing in 2020 has been normal.

Navigating careers in the never normal
Navigating careers in the never normal

Career development must change with the times, and these times are changing rapidly and permanently. Here's what leaders need to know.

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