As in many companies, RedThread’s work is somewhat cyclical. In the last 2 months, we’ve wrapped up a number of studies and are excited to start announcing the topics we’ll be focusing on in the near future.

So, what’s new? 

Connection—or, in many cases, reconnection.

In the past few years, professional networks have shrunk dramatically. Many people feel less connected to their colleagues and organizations. This is a problem because connection at work is critical to employee engagement, sense of belonging, well-being, and performance. Lack of human connection at work is bad for people and bad for business.

We want to know how organizations and leaders can most effectively address this “connection crisis.” That’s why—today!—we’re launching both a research study and a podcast on connection at work.

Check out the first podcast episode and the research premise. Bonus: get early access to an additional episode!

If you’d like to participate in the roundtable or interviews for with this research, please reach out to me at [email protected].

And in case you missed them, here are the reports we’ve released recently for our members:

Heather Gilmartin Adams

Heather is a senior consultant at RedThread Research. Trained in conflict resolution and organizational development, Heather has spent the past ten years in various capacities at organizational culture and mindset change consultancies as well as the U.S. Department of the Treasury. She holds a masters degree in international affairs from Columbia University and a bachelors degree in history from Princeton University. She has lived in Germany, China, Japan, and India and was, for one summer, a wrangler on a dude ranch in Colorado.

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