Category: Leadership

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Technology Trends for Leaders in 2019

How is new technology affecting the way we manage others? This is a question that you and other thought leaders in your business need to address now more than ever. Although many...

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How to Create a Leadership-Development Plan in 9 Steps

A leadership-development plan is a detailed blueprint of the professional development and learning activities you’re going to engage in during a certain period of time. Its goal is to improve your leadership...

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Middle Managers: 3 Reasons Why They Can Unlock Business Success

The Linchpin of a Business Have you ever seen or heard of a linchpin? A linchpin is defined as something that holds the various elements of a complex structure together. For example,...

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Having Difficult Conversations with Employees: A How-To Primer in 20 Tip

As managers, we’re there with our direct reports through both good times and bad. They’re not always the people we want them to be. Sometimes they have different perspectives, goals, and interests...

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Promoting from Within? 5 Leadership Qualities to Keep in Mind

Your internal leadership pipeline is just as important as your external sales pipeline. Just as you need a constant flow of incoming business, you also need people with leadership potential to be...

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How to Successfully Manage Change in the Workplace

Stephen Covey wrote, “There are three constants in life: change, choice, and principles.” As a leader, it’s your responsibility to help your employees manage changes in the workplace, and one of the...

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The Leadership Edge: Learning & Development

Behind every aspect of a business lies a human element. People keep the business running. They make decisions, solve problems, overcome challenges, and build strategies for the continued growth of the enterprise....

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The Important Skills Training Every Team Leader Needs

Today’s competitive business environment requires talented, multifaceted leaders at every level of the organization. Team leaders must be able to apply broad vision, introduce change, energize the business, and sustain a competitive...

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Best Practices for Successful Management of Distributed Teams

Remote offices are no longer a surprise nowadays, especially in the IT industry. Some companies allow their employees to work from the “home office”. For example, according to the American Time Use...

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How Consistent Communication Creates Seamless Shift Transitions

Working in an environment in which multiple teams work on shifts around the clock can be difficult for a number of reasons, including an “us vs. them” mentality between alternate shift workers,...

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