kelly-ripa-on-open-communication-2Accountability
Kelly Ripa on Open Communication
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How do you inform your team of organizational changes? Do you give some advanced notice before it is going to take place? Maybe provide a few hints so
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Communication
The Ramones on Simplistic Communication
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One of the most difficult endeavors for smart, hard working leaders is to communicate complex ideas in the simplest possible manner. You aren’t doing this
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kimmy-schmidt-on-the-ten-ways-to-foster-a-culture-of-flowBrainstorming
Kimmy Schmidt on the Ten Ways to Foster a Culture of Flow
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Do you have any of those annoying colleagues who dare to be consistent beacons of optimism? Whether it is a pre-coffee Monday morning or a post-lunch Friday
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Assessment
Dr. Seuss on the Paradox of Choice
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Growing up, I was a big fan of Dr. Seuss books – I Wish I Had Duck Feet and Green Eggs and Ham were personal favorites. My interest was renewed once I had kids.
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do-you-suffer-from-optimism-bias-you-aren-t-aloneHope
Do You Suffer from Optimism Bias? You Aren’t Alone
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There are a number of articles about the “power of positivity” and the importance of “seeing the glass as half full.” As someone who considers himself
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beastie-boys-on-strategic-sampling-2Collaboration
Beastie Boys on Strategic Sampling
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Every day, leaders are tasked with creating strategic plans. Whether the plans are intended to improve the organization or an individual, we sit in front
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robin-williams-on-positivity-2Comedy
Robin Williams on Positivity
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Yesterday we lost a great comedian, actor, and humanitarian. Robin Williams was a staple on TV and movies for over 30 years. While the news is centering
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