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How Small Shifts in Leadership Can Transform Your Team Dynamic

How Small Shifts in Leadership Can Transform Your Team Dynamic

Thanks to Joe Rooney for sharing this recent article by Caroline Webb. What do communication, behavior and productivity have in common?  Behavioral research points to the fact that the normal person’s brain can perform at its best when guided by leadership style.  Highlights of three case studies illustrate how leaders...

Talent Management Is Dead, Long Live Employee Experience

Talent Management Is Dead, Long Live Employee Experience

Robert Denker, Ph.D., MBA shared this interesting article from digitalistmag.com. Here are some highlights: “Talent management is dying (or at least morphing into something different and exciting), which means that human resources and human capital management functions will need to take a moment for introspection…” “How do we push the...

Think Like a Rookie

Think Like a Rookie

Jon Gordon shares some relevant points about the downfalls of having work experience in his article, Think Like a Rookie. Here are some takeaways from the article: “Rookies aren’t tainted by rejection, negative assumptions or past experiences. Rookies don’t focus on what everyone says is impossible.” “Let your experience provide...

The Value of Trust

The Value of Trust

Without trust you can’t have engaged relationships and without engaged relationships you won’t be a successful leader, manager, sales person, team member, principal, teacher, nurse, coach, etc. In this spirit I wanted to share some thoughts about how we can build the trust that is essential for great relationships. Many...

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