Mon.May 09, 2022

How to Help Your Team Say No at Work

Let's Grow Leaders

Help your team say no at work so they can say yes to the work that matters most. The ability to say “no” is critical for a person’s sense of agency or feeling in control of their life. That feeling of agency directly contributes to workplace morale, engagement, and productivity.

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3 Ways to Lean on People Without Being Needy

Leadership Freak

There’s a word for the place where people lean on each other, community. I should have leaned on more people. The lid on potential isn’t lack of talent. It’s reluctance to lean on… Continue reading → Leading


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The True Cost of Bad Managers

Kevin Eikenberry

Chances are you have experienced a bad manger or leader. And there is an excellent chance your organization is harboring one or more of them now. Have you ever stopped to think what the cost of bad managers is to an organization?

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How to Tell a Story with Data


Data can be boring even if it’s critically important. If you learn how to tell a story with data, however, the results can be compelling, interesting, and impactful. Today’s post is by Paul Smith, thoughtLEADERS principal and bestselling author of Lead With a Story and Sell With a Story.

How to Write OKRs: 45 Effective Examples

Many companies are embracing objectives and key results (OKRs) as the best practice for committing to goals and following through. Objectives are outcomes that reflect current company priorities. Each employee should write OKRs that roll up to larger company goals.

Organizations Must Commit to Find and Grow Leaders

Skip Prichard

This is a guest post by Joe Caruso. Joe is one of the first people ever cured of metastasized testicular cancer. After beating cancer, he founded Caruso Leadership , a firm dedicated to helping others achieve their goals. He also wrote The Power of Losing Control. Commit to Find and Grow Leaders.

When Trust Takes Away from Effective Collaboration

Harvard Business

In some cases, building trust can slow down and even hamper progress. Collaboration and teams Behavioral science Office politics Digital Article

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How to Ask for Feedback from an Interviewer

Harvard Business

The job interview process is a chance for you to learn about yourself, too. Job interviews Feedback Receiving feedback Careers Digital Article

Job Ghosting: An Explanation on Why You Didn’t Get One

HR Digest

Ghosting a terrible Tinder date? You do what you must to stay safe. Job ghosting? Umm, no. At least maintain the illusion of professional decency and let the other party know about your decision. One of the most excruciating things in life is to wait for a response. .

How to Be a Mental Health Ally

Harvard Business

What to say — and what not to say — when your colleague needs some support.