Mon.Jun 20, 2022

Yet Another Change at Work: How to Help Your Exhausted Team

Let's Grow Leaders

To prevent constant change from taking a toll on your team start with empathy and inclusive conversation. “It’s not that my team’s resistant to change. In fact, it’s the exact opposite.

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4 Ways to Stop Saying Things You Regret

Leadership Freak

Saying things you regret usually follows these six words, “Let me be honest with you.” ” Being honest isn’t saying everything in your head. Some thoughts shouldn’t become words. Things you regret: Unfiltered words.…


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From Many, One

Kevin Eikenberry

E pluribus unum. It is one of the mottos of the USA and is on the country’s Great Seal. The translation of the Latin phrase translated is “Out of many, one” or “from many, noe.”And

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Build a Strong Workplace Culture With These Quick Tips

Strategy Driven

Business owners know that satisfied employees lead to a more profitable company. Creating a cohesive company culture takes a well-developed plan, organization, and teamwork. When you define your corporate philosophy, you give your teammates specific goals and expectations.

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.

Icebergs and how metaphors pervert our thinking

Mike Cardus

Recently someone asked if I knew of the iceberg metaphor for organizational behavior. I responded, yes, and they went into a 30-minute lecture on how their perception of a team’s actions is due to their deep subconscious and unconscious feelings of resentment and powerlessness.

5 Things You Need to Launch Your Own Business

Strategy Driven

The lure of being your own boss and the desire to escape the rat race is tempting an increasing number of budding entrepreneurs and savvy side hustlers to launch fully-fledged businesses.

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How to Ensure Your Business can Accommodate a Heavy Workload

Strategy Driven

There’s no doubt about it; running a business is hard work. And when your business starts to grow, that workload can quickly become overwhelming. If you’re not prepared for a heavy workload, your business could quickly start to suffer.

How to Move from Strategy to Execution

Harvard Business Review

Three steps to put your plan into action. Corporate strategy Strategy execution Digital Article

3 Signs That You Need to Improve Your Site’s Copy

Strategy Driven

Sound web copy should be a priority for all businesses, but especially for those that rely heavily on website conversions for leads or sales. If you created the web copy yourself and you had no prior experience, then we’re almost 100% sure it’s deficient.

Be Careful Which Bus You Get On: Having a Fulfilling Life and Career

Thought Leaders LLC

If you’re not mindful of the direction your life is headed, you might end up somewhere you’re unhappy with. Be deliberate and intentional about where you’re headed. Answer this set of four questions to get a better sense of your direction.

The 5 Stages of Account-Based Marketing — and How to Win Them All

Successfully complete the five stages of ABM: define, identify, engage, convert, and connect. We’ll show you how to create a unified system with your sales team to help them land more qualified opportunities and connect with prospects like never before.

How to Motivate Your Staff – Enjoy Improved Productivity and Efficiency

Strategy Driven

Business owners often make the assumption that by hiring qualified staff, making sure all departments have enough employees, and setting up systems that appear user-friendly enough that everything will go well.

Using Promotional Drinkware to Put Your Business on the Map

Women on Business

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How Can You Have A Meaningful Life?

Mills Scofield

Today, I’m honored to host an excerpt from the new book by my friend, Frank Sonneberg, The Path to a Meaningful Life *. Frank’s books are ‘must reads” and “must gives.” You should read his blog and follow him on facebook and instagram. You’ll be glad, and better, because you did!

Top 3 Careers to Pursue with a Doctorate in Business Administration

Women on Business

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The First 90 Days: Onboarding Checklist

Connect with your people from day one with this development and engagement checklist.

What is a Company Town Hall Meeting? (+ How to Plan and Conduct One)

David Grossman

Think about the last “town hall” meeting you attended at your company. Was it something you and your colleagues looked forward to?

Don’t Let Your Calendar Dictate Your DEI Initiatives

Harvard Business Review

It’s good to honor Juneteenth or Pride month, but how are you showing up the rest of the year? Diversity and inclusion Marginalized groups LGBT rights Public relations Digital Article

7 Encouraging ‘Women in the Workplace’ Statistics

HR Digest

Women are making changes like never before. We can prove this with the women in the workplace statistics. Even though most women still struggle with work and aren’t appreciated as they should be, changes are still taking place gradually.