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Breakthrough Execution with Patrick Thean

Let's Grow Leaders

What does it take to break through ceiling after ceiling and innovate during growth? All growing companies encounter ceilings of complexity, usually when they hit certain employee or revenue milestones. How can you achieve breakthrough execution?

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How to Offend Christmas

Leadership Freak

Generosity, joy, and kindness seem easier during Christmas. If we could flush commercialism it would truly be the most wonderful time of the year. Two things that offend Christmas, artificial trees and white… Continue reading → Leading

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History of Coaching – A True Insight into Coaching

Mike Morrison

Coaching is everywhere. It is the hot topic of management, leadership and people development. This article explores the history of coaching through the ages. There are as many forms of coaching methodologies are there are coaches, so is there a “right” way?

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Factors to Consider Before Signing a Lease

Strategy Driven

Imagine this scenario: you’re looking for a place to rent and found the ideal apartment. The price is right, in an ideal location, and it has all the features you’re looking for. Finally, you’re ready to sign that lease and move in.

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3 Leadership Behaviors that Drive Loyalty & Engagement

Nothing motivates employees more than a great boss. Learn how to be one. Download your guide today!

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Taking the reins of my career and succeeding in the C-Suite through leadership coaching

CEO Insider

We could all use a confidence boost these days – especially with how fast life is moving around us. Think about the last compliment you got from a friend, colleague or even from the boss. How did it feel? Great, right?

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Improving Product Development: Why is CAD Design Crucial in Product Development?

Strategy Driven

More than 40% of products are delayed in launching due to various setbacks like development issues, quality concerns, and supply. For this reason, CAD technology has come up to eliminate such hiccups and ensure the product is launched as planned. Remember, product development includes several stages.

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3 Signs that Your Website Needs an Immediate Makeover

Strategy Driven

A lot of business owners have an “if it’s not broken, don’t fix it” mentality when it comes to a website. However, it’s not always evident when a website is not up to par, especially when you don’t know much about web design and the web in general.

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Research: Men Speak More Abstractly Than Women

Harvard Business Review

Abstract language tends to be associated with leadership, meaning that how women are socialized to communicate can make them less likely to be seen as leaders. Gender Leadership qualities Business communication Presentation skills Public speaking Digital Article

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How To Start Timeboxing at Work In 10 Minutes or Less

Niagra Institute

Do you want to be more intentional about how you spend your time at work? Has your boss given you feedback that your time management skills leave something to be desired? Does your time on the job seem to get away from you?

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When Someone Asks Your Opinion, Give It

Harvard Business Review

We often withhold our preferences in an attempt to be more likable — but research shows that this approach can often backfire. Interpersonal communication Psychology Digital Article

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7 Ways to Supercharge Your ABM Strategy with Real-Time Intent

Streaming real-time intent is a homerun for marketing and sales’ account-based marketing (ABM) strategies. With real-time buyer insights, you can be first-in-line to provide solutions and lead better, hyper-personalized conversations.

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The Science Of Dream Teams

Eric Jacobson

Why do some teams succeed while others stumble? Because hiring, developing and engaging talent requires careful decisions that are too easy to get wrong without data.

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