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The Ryan Report: January 2023

Happy New Year to all! Check out my thoughts in a short video, #Trends2023, whereI share my thoughts about creating a safer and more balanced work environment supporting a more diverse, global workforce that is going to have a human-centric need. Engaging teammates is becoming location agnostic, communication techniques matter more, the use of tools will … Continue reading

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We’re still meeting – everywhere!

Remember saying, “there’s not enough time in the day to do everything” when we were still in the office? When we could pop in and ask that “quick” question? Seems this is still happening only we now have the data that shows our remote interactions are shifting to mirror our old in-person interactions more closely. … Continue reading

The Ryan Report: December 2022

As the year closes, I extend my wishes for you and all those you hold close for a happy and healthy holiday season, may the lights of the season bring us together and remind us that within the community our differences are also our strengths. I like to look ahead and share my #Trends2023 (and … Continue reading

#Trends2023

This time of years brings opportunities to reflect on what’s taken place and allows us the chance to look ahead, what I call #Trends2023! There’s technology to consider from immersive to augmented, cloud to mainframes yet the key emphasis I’m seeing is a deeper focus on people. The high tech is centered on the need … Continue reading

The Ryan Report: November 2022

There is a common theme between the “Quiet Quitting” and onboarding. Microsoft’s CEO shared that they learned that “one factor matters above all. It’s not technology or systems or culture. It’s a very-hands on manager. Care matters more than computers.” In this issue of The Ryan Report, I share a video how leadership is back to basics, we … Continue reading

High touch means more.

There is a common theme between the “Quiet Quitting” and onboarding. Microsoft’s CEO shared that they learned that “one factor matters above all. It’s not technology or systems or culture. It’s a very-hands on manager. Care matters more than computers.” With remote and hybrid workers becoming our new normal, the lessons we continue to learn … Continue reading

The Ryan Report: October 2022

Is the Great Re(shuffle, signation, order, insert your name here!) impacting your organization? In this issue of The Ryan Report, I share a video I suggest reframing the conversation from one of “resignation” to one of “recruiting” the very same workers to stay with the organization and I share 3 options you can use now. … Continue reading

The Ryan Report: September 2022

Days are getting shorter and cooler too yet this issue of The Ryan Report (with news to use & ideas to share) brings a hot new video that looks at how becoming a skills-based organization benefits the individual and the team by focusing on the skills and capabilities people bring to the work more than the idea that work … Continue reading

Growth is Skills-based

There’s a new term you may have heard about, it’s the “skills-based organization,” or SBO for short, that centers on the skills and business behaviors people need on the job and it’s moving into the center of talent development. These skills are the combined professional and personal capabilities and what a person demonstrates as they … Continue reading

The Ryan Report: August 2022

Happy July and welcome the hot days of summer! In this issue of The Ryan Report (with news to use & ideas to share) brings a new video that highlights how the curiosity of trying to connect the different components in an organization becomes a process of constantly finding new information encouraging growth and learning, supports the … Continue reading

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