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Find Your Sweet Spot

Great Leadership By Dan

Guest post from S. Chris Edmonds: An architect had earned her degree, gained her license, and joined the AIA. She found a well-paying job and even became successful. But she didn’t love it; she didn’t feel she was serving others as well as she could.

A Happy Workforce is a Productive Workforce

Strategy Driven

This is quite an obvious thing to say, but it’s surprising how easy it is to forget when your mind is on other aspects of running your business. The happiness of your employees should be one of your priorities because, without them, your business is likely to fail.

7 Attributes of a Great Worship Leader or Pastor

Ron Edmondson

I have worked with some great worship leaders and pastors. Jason with Building 429 was once our worship pastor. He is phenomenal at helping people engage in corporate worship. How could I not mention the golden voice of Daniel Doss ?

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Focus

Execupundit

The Paris Review: "Reading in the Age of Constant Distraction." Photo by Viktor Kiryanov at Unsplash

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Everything that Sucks Energy Begins with “P”

Leadership Freak

Only 11% of us had a great deal of energy yesterday.* I asked a group, “What aspects of work suck the life out of you?” Every response pointed to a “P” word –… Continue reading → energy Leadership Development

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Novels for Leaders

Execupundit

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8 Things I Learned Starting a Cannabis Business as a Filipina Woman

Women on Business

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Get Things Done

Eric Jacobson

I f you want to be a leader who can get things done, be sure you: Engender trust. Instill confidence. Earn respect. Eric Jacobson Eric Jacobson on Leadership and Management Leaders Leadership

Burrr

Execupundit

For those of you who think that Arizona is all desert, it's a little nippy in Flagstaff today. Click on the Go Live button

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Building Stronger Relationships and Human Connection: A Frontline Festival

Let's Grow Leaders

Welcome to the Let’s Grow Leaders Frontline Festival! This month, our contributors share their thoughts about building stronger human connection and relationships at work. We’ve expanded the Frontline Festival to include other formats such as podcasts and artwork and are always looking […]. The post Building Stronger Relationships and Human Connection: A Frontline Festival appeared first on Let's Grow Leaders. Frontline Festival human connection relationships at work

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Back By Popular Demand

Execupundit

Peter Gabriel with: " Solsbury Hill " " In Your Eyes

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How to Recognize And Weed Out Toxic Leaders

Lead from Within

You invest a lot of your time and energy into your work, and part of the return on that investment is the benefit of being led by someone you respect and admire—someone you can emulate. But of course, it doesn’t always work that way. Far too many people end up working for toxic leaders.

Construction Superintendent 1 – Colas – Watertown, NY

HR Digest

HR Jobs. Maintains liaison with other departments including but not limited to Safety, Purchasing, Quality Control, Engineering, Regional/Local Site Management, HR and. From Colas - Thu, 21 Feb 2019 22:38:32 GMT - View all Watertown, NY jobs. Construction Superintendent 1 - Colas - Watertown, NY. The post Construction Superintendent 1 – Colas – Watertown, NY appeared first on The HR Digest. Hr Jobs Hiring an HR

Critical Feedback

Harvard Business Review

Do you need to get better at giving and receiving feedback? Dan and Alison answer your questions with the help of consultant Ben Dattner. They talk through what to do when your employee wants to give you feedback, your feedback to others doesn’t seem to make a difference, or someone who isn’t your boss comments about your performance. Giving feedback Receiving feedback Developing employees Audio

Client Service Associate – ADP – Madrid, NY

HR Digest

HR Jobs. Knowledge of applications and payroll and HR programs. ADP Iberia is dedicated to providing payroll and HR outsourcing services to its clients. From Adicio - Thu, 21 Feb 2019 19:54:03 GMT - View all Madrid, NY jobs. Client Service Associate - ADP - Madrid, NY. The post Client Service Associate – ADP – Madrid, NY appeared first on The HR Digest. Hr Jobs Hiring an HR

Why Your Organization’s Future Demands a New Kind of HR - SPONSOR CONTENT FROM DELOITTE

Harvard Business Review

Sponsor content from Deloitte. Human resource management Sponsor Content

Payroll Specialist – ADP – Madrid, NY

HR Digest

HR Jobs. Knowledge of applications and payroll and HR programs. ADP Iberia is dedicated to providing payroll and HR outsourcing services to its clients. From Adicio - Thu, 21 Feb 2019 19:57:31 GMT - View all Madrid, NY jobs. Payroll Specialist - ADP - Madrid, NY. The post Payroll Specialist – ADP – Madrid, NY appeared first on The HR Digest. Hr Jobs Hiring an HR

Research: When Small Teams Are Better Than Big Ones

Harvard Business Review

They’re more likely to come up with breakthrough ideas. Innovation Leading teams Digital Article

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District Sales Manager – Enterprise Accounts (m/f/d) – ADP – Madrid, NY

HR Digest

HR Jobs. General Manager, HR, IT, financial and to communicate effectively with each of them. Preparation of the annual Sales Business Plan. From Adicio - Thu, 21 Feb 2019 19:59:42 GMT - View all Madrid, NY jobs. District Sales Manager - Enterprise Accounts (m/f/d) - ADP - Madrid, NY. The post District Sales Manager – Enterprise Accounts (m/f/d) – ADP – Madrid, NY appeared first on The HR Digest. Hr Jobs Hiring an HR

To Have a Happier Home Life, Treat It a Little More Like Work

Harvard Business Review

It’s especially important for working parents. Work-life balance Managing yourself Digital Article

How to Land Well-Paying New Collar Jobs

HR Digest

Many are still confused about where the new collar jobs come from, what they are and how one can land them because they are more familiar with the old system of grouping workers. Before now, the US workforce had two basic divisions: the blue collar workers and white collar workers. Almost every worker in the U.S belonged to either of the two groups and their names came from the attire worn by each of the groups.

From Bad Bosses to Career Changes: The Hosts of “Dear HBR:” on One Year of Answering Listener Questions

Harvard Business Review

Some common themes from the show’s first year. Managing people Managing yourself Digital Article