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Disruption

Explore Gallup's research.

Leaders can't stay on the defensive when it comes to culture -- especially during disruption.

Furman University uses CliftonStrengths for Students to help students understand who they are and what they can contribute to the world.

Static performance reviews, annual goals and infrequent feedback never really cut it before the COVID-19 crisis, but they certainly won't cut it now.

With the pivot to remote work, it's even more important for organizations to clarify their culture and manage it through the employee experience.

Every action of a leader determines the path for their brand. Learn how they can either "stain" the brand or strengthen it.

Delivering on a brand promise isn't easy, especially during disruption. Learn how to assess your brand with these three components.

Consider these four alternative learning strategies to keep investing in employee development during COVID-19.

Learn the first three foundational principles for successful change management.

Lean into disruption and identify your organization's top change-management priority with our decision matrix.

New data show a drop in employees' feelings of preparedness and trust in leadership during the prolonged disruption of the coronavirus pandemic.

Even engaged employees who aren't thriving experience higher burnout, worry, stress and sadness -- which puts your company at risk.

The emotional needs of customers only intensify in a disruption. Lift their burdens of stress and worry by meeting these four needs.

Innovation will be the key to weathering disruption. Infuse it in your organization with these four guiding principles.

The heart of any company is its people. Leaders must anticipate how the psychology of the American workplace will shift because of COVID-19.

Leaders must do everything in their power to support their employees, and lessons from Gallup research conducted in Japan can help.

Customer analytics can help uncover how customers' needs and values have shifted due to COVID-19 and other disruptions.

A hiring freeze can be an opportunity to evaluate and refine current hiring processes to improve the candidate experience.

Remote work preferences and policies have been drastically influenced by the COVID-19 outbreak. Learn how remote work may become the "next normal."