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Next-Gen Leaders: Weekly Roundup for 2/24 – 03/04

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Naomi Thalenberg

Naomi is a reporter for TINYpulse, living and breathing everything employee engagement. She does this by always keeping her workstation fully stocked with dark chocolates.

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Want to get the latest scoop on what the most progressive leaders are doing nowadays? As always, we’ve got you covered! Here’s the first edition of our Next-Gen Leaders weekly roundup!

How Google Built the Dream Team
Ever since Google publicly disclosed they’re researching 180 teams across their company, everyone’s been wondering: What makes the perfect team? This Google report gets really intimate. We’re talking outside-of-work hobbies, socialization, gender balance, and personal backgrounds and preferences.

Silicon Valley Doesn’t Have a Lock on Great Corporate Culture
Fortune’s recent list of best places to work shows that the tech industry doesn’t always get employee happiness right. So, what’s the catch? Prioritizing culture doesn’t have to cost big bucks or require employee perks. Culture comes from within.

Insights From the Next Generation CEO
Do you know what the future of leadership looks like? TINYpulse gathered answers from VPs, managers, senior directors, CEOs, and other leaders across various industries to get a glimpse of what characteristics and traits make a successful leader.

Can Millennials Undo What the Recession Did to Their Earnings?
A new report looks at millennials’ wages and suggests their current earnings aren’t enough to cover the burden of loans in a slowly recovering post-recession workforce. TINYpulse’s 2015 Engagement Report indicates that 23% of employees would leave their companies if offered a 10% raise elsewhere. Is money increasingly becoming more important to millennials?

Open Sourcing Google’s HR Secrets
How does a global tech company top Fortune’s list of best companies to work for six years in a row? HR, baby, HR! This robust human resource team changed recruitment and hiring processes, performance management, and workers’ comp. Some experiments soared, while others faltered.

Naomi Thalenberg

Naomi is a reporter for TINYpulse, living and breathing everything employee engagement. She does this by always keeping her workstation fully stocked with dark chocolates.

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