Situational Awareness Dei Leadership

Situational Awareness in Leadership, Part 3: Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion


For the past two blog posts, we’ve covered the topic of situational awareness. This is the ability to perceive your surroundings, properly interpret what is happening, and act according to what you determine may happen next. One of the most important elements of good situational awareness is a mental framework based on experience. This experience…

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2022 Employment Law Roundtable Live Event

Andrew Botwin to Join The 2022 Employment Law Roundtable [Live Event]


Sponsored by the NJSBA Labor and Employment Law Section Format/Skill Level: Event Location: Live Date: December 6, 2022 Time: 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM ET   About The Program: Our annual Employment Law Roundtable will bring you up to date about the most pressing issues facing employers and employees.   Program Agenda: 9:00AM – 10:00AM…

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Andrew Botwin Joins Andrew Frazier On Small Business Like A Pro

Andrew Botwin Joins Andrew Frazier on Talking Small Business


Organizations with a strong culture tend to outperform in terms of employee retention, productivity, and profitability. However, developing the right culture is both an art and a science. Andrew Frazier will be talking with Andrew Botwin about How To Create A High Performing Culture. Andrew founded Strategy People Culture, LLC, a Firm dedicated to helping…

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Andrew Botwin Joins Interview On Today'S Workplace

Andrew Botwin Joins Barbara Johnson & Belinda Reed Shannon on Today’s Workplace


On this episode of Today’s Workplace, we take a deeper dive into how employers can create the culture they desire in their rapidly changing workplaces with Andrew Botwin, a seasoned executive & leadership coach, independent workplace investigator, and trainer with more than 25 years of experience working with companies across various levels. Andy Botwin founded…

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Leadership In Times Of Controversy In Light Of The Recent Changes To The Roe V Wade

Leadership in Times of Controversy in Light of the Recent Changes to the Roe v Wade


The overturning of the Roe v Wade ruling from 1973 by SCOTUS (the Supreme Court of The United States) ended a 50-year constitutional right to abortion. Of course, the formal decision became a bit of a formality after the decision was leaked nearly two months prior. What does this rule of law mean for you…

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