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by Rasmus Hougaard and Jacqueline Carter – You probably know the feeling all too well: You arrive at the office with a clear plan for the day and then, in what feels like just a moment, you find yourself on your way back home. Nine or 10 hours have passed but you’ve accomplished only a few...
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by Rick Gilmore – Against a business backdrop of confusion, flux and investigations into corporate scandals, a lot more fuss and noise is being made about the role and importance of company culture. Whatever you are experiencing culturally the intention of this post is to generate some fresh insights on why many do believe culture “eats strategy...
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by Hal Samuel – After years of international study, Danish workplaces continue to top polls and remain among the happiest in the world. What can we learn from their continued success? During the UN General Assembly in 2011, Jigme Thinley, the Prime Minister of Bhutan, offered to lead a panel discussion on the theme of happiness...
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by Richard Feloni – Google, despite its penchant for childlike imagery and playful work environments, is a massive global company with 60,000 employees and a market cap of $500 billion. In order to stay dominant, it needs top talent, and to maintain top talent, it needs to foster creative and productive teams. Following the success...
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by Sue Bingham If going to work feels like walking onto the set of “The Walking Dead,” leadership might be the cause of your office’s zombie apocalypse. Emphasizing the tasks you need employees to complete — instead of the end goals — can produce that effect. Traditional leaders are trained to be task-oriented. You manage, assign,...
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by Jacob Morgan – There once was a time where everything you needed to know for your career was taught to you by the educational institution you attended and the company you worked for. You would go get your four year bachelors degree in whatever topic and that information would stay with you for a little...
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by Shaila Khattar – One of the common issues faced by people is the inability to communicate effectively. Now, what does that even mean? Well, effective communication means that a person can share what they need, want and desire in a diplomatic way that generally does not upset others. And that is pretty much where it...
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Teams share the burden, and divide the grief.” – Doug Smith The corporate world’s answer to the growing challenges of business seems to be a whole room full of partners — that’s a Team. Although there have always been workplace teams, since the 1980’s their role in corporations has vastly increased. And although they can...
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by Randy Conley – Honor. Courage. Humility. Integrity. Loving. Fun. Hero. Those were the words used to describe Dan Hines at his memorial service last Tuesday. I didn’t know Dan that well, having met him just once, but those who knew him well, really knew him. By the stories told, the laughs shared, and the tears shed, it...
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by Richard Davis – Whether you are looking to hire someone, decide whether to trust someone, or enter a business partnership, the better you are at judging people, the better off you will be. Unfortunately, most people are just plain bad at reading others. Several decades of research among psychologists has indicated all sorts of blind spots,...
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