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Finding the Flow: 6 Things it Helps to Know

RapidStart Leadership

Finding the flow can turn a difficult task into a rewarding experience; here are six ways we can help make that happen on our teams. The post Finding the Flow: 6 Things it Helps to Know appeared first on RapidStart Leadership.

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4 Things I Learned after 2 Weeks Vacation in Maine

Leadership Freak

Some vacations are about doing stuff but the best vacations don’t have agendas. When you need a vacation to recover from vacation, you did it wrong. Our plan was to live without a… Continue reading → Leadership Development Leading


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Are You Afraid Of The Light?

Joseph Lalonde

Growing up, there was a popular television series called Are You Afraid Of The Dark? The show aired on the Nickelodeon TV channel. Are You Afraid Of The Dark? was a horror anthology group of teenagers who were called “The Midnight Society.”

The Power of Consistency – Remarkable TV

Kevin Eikenberry

Someone recently asked me what we’ve learned about podcasting because as of the time I’m recording this, we’ve been doing it for over six years, every week, sometimes more than every week. Having an interview or a conversation with a leadership expert or an expert leader every week.

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Employee Open Enrollment Letter Template

When it comes to benefits, communication is critical. To help you easily explain your offerings at open enrollment, Paycor created an open enrollment sample letter (and a few tips). Download this free Employee Open Enrollment Letter Template today.

Servant-Leadership 101: Thorough Lesson (Erin Brockovich Movie Example)

Modern Servant Leader

The last principle in the Acronym Model of SERVANT-Leadership ® is Thorough. This 6-minute lesson demonstrates the Thorough principle, through the example of Erin Brockovich (Julia Roberts).

How to Simultaneously Sell and Deliver at Your Consulting Firm

David A Fields

Life’s great as a consulting firm leader when you’re busy with project work and new engagements are flooding in. Alas, as the brains and face of your consulting practice, projects seem to demand the lion’s share of your time. Then, sales slow and you’re hustling to find more projects.

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How to Prepare the Next Generation to Run the Family Business

Harvard Business Review

Start by understanding why they might be reluctant to inherit it. Age and generational issues Family businesses Developing employees Leadership development Digital Article

The Do’s and Don’ts of Taking Over a Bigger Team

Niagra Institute

Taking over a bigger team is a significant transition for any leader. Inevitably, such a transition will present you with challenges you may never have had to handle leading a small team, such as forming cliques, competing priorities, and infighting.

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When Hiring, Prioritize Assignments Over Interviews

Harvard Business Review

Small projects can help ensure you’re hiring for skills — not just connection. Hiring and recruitment Talent management Digital Article

How To Lead Authentically In Today’s Workplace

Eric Jacobson

Seven years ago, Bill George wrote True North , a favorite of mine. So, you can imagine how delighted I was to read George’s and Zach Clayton’s new book, True North, Emerging Leader Edition.

10 Ways to Keep Your Hourly Employees

Getting and keeping hourly workers is no longer as simple as offering them more cash. Employees have options. But this guide from Paycor will help you put your best foot forward to recruit, retain, and develop hourly workers so you can remain competitive.

Keeping Up with Customers’ Increasingly Dynamic Needs

Harvard Business Review

Relevance is fleeting these days. Here’s what sets successful companies apart. Customer strategy Customer experience Customer-centricity Digital Article

RELP – Episode 59 – Lies Pastors (Leaders) Believe

Ron Edmondson

In this episode of The Ron Edmondson Leadership Podcast Ron and Chandler Vannoy share some lies pastors (and leaders) often believe. Sometimes we lie to ourselves as pastors. And I would say most leaders share some of these lies.

Advice from the CEO of an All-Remote Company

Harvard Business Review

GitLab’s Sid Sijbrandij on building a company with no offices and employees spread around the world. Remote work Managing people Teams Audio

How to Gracefully Withdraw a Resignation?

HR Digest

Are you thinking of withdrawing your resignation? You’ve come to the right place. You’ve got your resignation letter , you’ve sent it to your boss and HR, and now you’re waiting for the axe to fall. But what if you change your mind?

7 Ways To Avoid Today's HR Compliance Risks

With remote work on the rise, salary history bans in effect, and Fair Workweek laws passed, HR compliance has become more challenging. Discover the 7 most prominent HR compliance hurdles of today, and learn how to avoid them detailed in Paycor’s recent guide!

With First-Party Data, Marketers Are Finally in the Driver’s Seat - SPONSOR CONTENT FROM TWILIO

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The State of Revenue Operations in High-Tech and Software - SPONSOR CONTENT FROM WEST MONROE PARTNERS

Harvard Business Review

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4 Steps to Start Monetizing Your Company’s Data

Harvard Business Review

AI is no longer a luxury accessible only to big tech companies. AI and machine learning Technology and analytics Analytics and data science Data management Digital Article