Posts in PSA Partnership

  1. Effective Employee Engagement in the New Workplace

    Studies have found that companies with high employee engagement see 22% more profitability and 21% more productivity than other organizations. If engaged employees make your company money, then it stands to reason that disengaged employees are actually costing you money in terms of productivity, absenteeism, turnover, and more.  

  2. The COVID-19 Vaccine Quandary Part 2: To Mandate or Not to Mandate?

    With several approved vaccines in distribution around the country, employers are anxiously trying to do their due diligence and create frameworks for a safe return to in-person environments. As a result of many questions surrounding the COVID-19 vaccine and whether to mandate it to return to work, PSA recently partnered with experts in the medical […]

  3. The COVID-19 Vaccine Quandary Part 1: Dispelling Myths

    We’ve all had to become infectious disease experts in the last twelve months. Now we need to become experts on COVID-19 vaccines as we continue to manage our workplaces. As a result of many questions surrounding the vaccines and whether to mandate vaccination to return to work, PSA recently partnered with experts in the medical […]

  4. Climbing Higher and Returning Transformed with Everest-Level Resilience

    PSA has shaped our recent Partnership Webinar series to meet you where you are and support you in your leadership journey during the pandemic. Our most recent webinar continued in that vein with a focus on resilience. High-altitude climber and expedition leader, Jim Davidson, shared what he learned during numerous perilous climbing experiences to spark the belief we can come back from challenges stronger than before with Everest-level resilience. 

  5. Manage Change – Adapt Like Bamboo

    Each of our PSA Partnership webinars this year have built on the topic of how to successfully navigate change. In our final webinar of 2020, motivational keynote speaker and author Greg Bell, shared the metaphor of the bamboo farmer, and how practicing the characteristics of patience, persistence, self-discipline, courage, and belief in our personal and professional lives is key to adapting and growing during a time where everything […]

  6. Capturing your Ace of Spades through Empathic Listening

    Many of you may remember hearing the news that Saddam Hussein (code name the Ace of Spades in operation Red Dawn) was finally captured by U.S military forces after being discovered in a hideaway buried on the grounds of a rural farmhouse in Tikrit, Iraq on December 13, 2003. What few of us know, is […]

  7. Leading Through Crisis During the COVID-19 Pandemic

    The COVID-19 pandemic has shaken us as suddenly and devastatingly as a powerful earthquake, and with it came a tsunami of unforeseen business closures, layoffs, and challenges. During this unprecedented time that threatens to reshape every corner of our lives, we are counting on leaders with the ability to stabilize, strategize, and mobilize teams — […]

  8. Winning the War on Workplace Talent: Attracting and Retaining Star Employees

    In an environment where there are more jobs than job seekers, it’s up to executive leaders to use their influence when it comes to attracting and retaining talent and positively shaping the opinions employees have about their job and their company. At a recent PSA Partnership seminar, Garrison Wynn, stand-up comedian turned Fortune 500 executive […]

  9. Your “Sacrifice” Strategy Isn’t Working. Stop Drifting Your Life Away.

    Workplace burnout is an ever-increasing challenge for many businesses. Each year, it seems we’re asked to do more with less when it comes to our jobs, and according to PSA Partnership Seminar speaker, Dominick Quartuccio, people are using one strategy to meet the rising work demands: sacrifice.