Effective team communication: What it is and how to achieve it
Effective team communication can be the difference between smooth productivity and total failure to achieve goals as a group. There are nuances to how your organization can benefit from better messaging.
“Maybe”: Why it’s important to have Pride
Pride is so much more than a name or month. Learn why it’s so important, and how you can get involved too.
Normalizing mental health awareness, this May and beyond
Here at PI we’re trying to walk the walk, applying our stated mission of Better Work, Better World to conversations around self care and mental health.
How to support AAPI friends and family this Heritage Month—and always
As we celebrate AAPI Heritage Month, several PI employees were gracious enough to share their own stories—and their hopes for the future.
4 secrets to creating a successful workplace mentorship program
A good workplace mentorship program fosters skill development and empowers leaders at every level. And it’s made even easier with the right software support.
Embrace the challenge: Modeling DEI with a sense of personal responsibility
Some of Tiffany Carter’s most important work at PI extends well beyond the quarterly key initiative window.
Dream Teams interview: Dave Zenk of Metroparks Toledo
Dave Zenk of Metroparks Toledo shared how his government agency is building great teams through a focus on mission, vision, and culture.
Choose to challenge: How women at PI are driving inclusion in tech
Happy International Women’s Day! To celebrate, here are some of the ways we’re pushing for greater gender inclusion and diversity across PI.
Dream Teams interview: Dan Kenary, CEO of Harpoon
What makes a great company culture? In my latest interview, Dan Kenary, CEO of Harpoon Brewery, shared his biggest learnings.
Is your NPS process set up for success?
You need some sort of system if you want to accurately gauge customer sentiment and apply it to your business. That’s especially true when those customers are offering a positive sentiment.
How to manage up with PI’s Relationship Guide
Managing up can be a delicate balancing act. Here’s how you can use PI to create healthy two-way communication with your manager.