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Our Top Leadership Articles of 2022

DDI’s most popular leadership articles of 2022, and the top trends they point to in the coming year

By | Carol Schwiebert |

As 2022 draws to a close, a look at our top leadership articles of the year offers powerful insights. What two themes topped this year’s list again and again? Employee retention and engagement. With a tight labor market and recession fears on the horizon, both are bound to remain influential through the new year.

1.  10 Hot Leadership Topics for 2022

For the past seven years, we’ve identified trending leadership topics by examining the content shared by 20 top leadership influencers on social media. Based on last year’s analysis, the very hottest leadership topics for 2022 included employee wellbeing, the Great Resignation, and reskilling. So, how did our predictions align with your experiences in 2022?

2. Six Factors for Team Effectiveness

When “quiet quitting” took over headlines in summer 2022, many leaders wondered how to engage their teams. Whether working remotely, in person, or some combination of the two—these six factors can help keep employees engaged and productive. Hungry for more of what it takes to meet the practical and personal needs of your team? Get back to the basics of leadership skills.

3. 7 Types of Coaching in the Workplace—and the 1 That Gets Results

Coaching is a hot topic these days, and it’s no wonder given the pace of change. That’s why you’ll hear so much about creating a “coaching culture.” But of all the types of coaching in the workplace, one stands out as the best. Help your leaders be successful now—and grow them into top-performing leaders in the future—with adaptive coaching.

4. 3 Key Leadership Trends for 2022

One of the most-read leadership articles every year, our annual list of key leadership trends, attracted thousands of readers. As predicted, we saw the race for top talent heat up. Are you ready for the year ahead? Check out the top 2023 leadership trends.

5. Understanding Burnout Culture: 10 Ways Leaders Can Reduce Workplace Stress

Burnout culture continues to be the “dirty little secret” in far too many organizations. Everyone is feeling it, especially the women you may work with. But it doesn’t have to be this way! From engaging in active listening to upholding ethical standards across your team, workplace and job burnout expert Dr. Geri Puleo shared 10 ways leaders can reduce stress at work and create a better environment for all.

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