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Goal Setting for 2022 – The Change You Need to Make

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As 2021 comes to an end, it’s important that as a leader you take the time to reflect on the past year and set realistic goals for the year ahead.

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What is Mental Fitness and Why Is It Important?

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In life we all experience setbacks. It’s not what happens to us. It’s how we respond that sets the tone for who we are and what we will become.

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How to be Successful in Your New Leadership Role

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As a new leader in your organization, you want to do a great job and prove to the hiring team that they made a good investment in you.

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‘Knowledge’ Workers and ‘Wisdom’ Workers

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The frustration of Baby Boomers and Millennials is well publicized but maybe we should be looking for inter-generational opportunities instead of problems.  Bill Gates and Warren Buffett’s joint philanthropic activities are a great example of two generations working together, as are Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga’s recent collaboration. To that

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Sinek on Safety, and CEOs

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Most of us are familiar with Dr. Abraham Maslow’s “Hierarchy of Needs” which ranks the basic needs all humans have.  After basic physiological needs (food, water, shelter, health)  the most important need for most people according to Maslow is safety. We may not be able to protect our employees outside of work, but Simon

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It’s the Transition, not the Task

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The most successful among us, in our midst, seems to be universally good at managing themselves.  Perhaps the thing they do the best is managing their relationship with their actions; especially starting and staying the course.  This short HBR posting suggests that our greatest struggle “isn’t actually doing the thing, it’s

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The Productivity Paradox

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Those old enough to remember when Bill Gates and Steve Jobs were unknown entrepreneurs can marvel at the power and promised that computers have put at everyone’s command over the decades. Despite this power, many economists have been baffled by what is called the productivity paradox which has been summarized by economist

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Necessary (Sales) Endings

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If pressed, most C-Level executives would admit that they never fired anyone too soon. Regardless of fault, the company, the manager and the problem employee would almost always have all been better off if the parting had happened sooner. SalesLeadership, Inc. President Colleen Stanley suggests that what makes good sales managers effective

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The “Dottie Test”

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As organizations grow and C-Level executives become busier they often lose sight of the team members who occupy the lower rungs of an ever-growing org chart. Charles Schwab CEO Walt Bettinger shared a valuable lesson in a  NY Times Interview which taught him “you should never lose sight of people who

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Who Owns the Sales Culture?

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We are constantly reminded about the importance of a strong company-wide culture.  But there are sub-cultures within the whole.  Take sales, Do you know who owns the sales culture? Is it the CEO, the Sales Manager, the COO?   Collen Stanley, Vistage Speaker and president of Sales Leadership, Inc. knows, and if

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