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Peak Performance Strategies To Help You Conquer As A Leader

Joseph Lalonde

We all want to experience positive growth in life both as leaders and as individuals. It has always been the greatest desire of every human. Though some attain greatness while others don’t. Stay with me.

Be a Champion for Difference

Lead Change Blog

“Liz, you make me crazy. Can’t you do anything without planning it to death? This work needs to go out now.”. Hunter, this project isn’t ready to go. Several sections need more work. If we release it now, there’s going to be rework and more rework. Not to mention all the complaints we and the boss will get.”. Time is money, Liz. All your dithering over getting it right is costing the company money. We’ve got to get moving.”. Time spent on rework wastes money, too. Hunter.

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Why Curiosity is Key to Effective Communication

ReImagine Work

When I train people on coaching skills, one of my favorite discussions is about the value of expressing keen interest in your coachee. To put a finer point on it, a successful communicator expresses a keen interest in th

How to Expand Power and Lead with Honor

Leadership Freak

The ethical development and use of power is essential to leadership success. But anytime you rely on title or position, you’ve lost influence and resorted to intimidation. Coercive power offends talent. Think… Continue reading → Humility Power Leadership Development

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How to Build a Competitive Benefits Package

An attractive benefits program can be a highly effective recruiting and retention tool. But to make benefits a competitive advantage, employers must get creative with their benefits strategy or risk losing out on the best talent. Learn how to build a benefits package that your employees will love.

Weekly Round-Up: What Successful CEOs Learn, Golden Rules of Communication, Things Successful Leaders Never Delegate, 5 Ways New Manager Can Prevent Burnout, & Why Smart Leaders Derail


Welcome to my weekly round-up of the best-of-the-best recent leadership and communication blog posts. This Is What You Need to Learn to Become A Successful CEO By Lolly Daskal ( @LollyDaskal ) “To be a great CEO or an effective leader you must first start with who you are as a leader.

How to Protect Smart People From Dumb Decisions

Leadership Freak

Smart people make dumb decisions. Chances are you think you’re above average in intelligence. Most of us do. Even though it’s impossible for MOST OF US to be above average at anything. Two… Continue reading → Decisions Leadership Development

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How To Create A Modern Day Legacy

Eric Jacobson

Legacy in the Making is the fascinating new book where authors Mark Miller and Lucas Conley provide readers a toolkit for how to be a modern day legacy builder for your company/brand.

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What Happens When A Leader Is Transparent?

HR Digest

Leadership transparency has become a high call in every workplace as recent employees prefer a clear picture of where they are investing their efforts. But this demand is yet to change every office yet. Employers in some companies are not open and concerned about their employees without knowing it’s a move to suffocate talent retention and development as their employees will often seek for better treatments elsewhere, including the best hands.

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Friday Fun – Data and Customer Intelligence #402 #ff

Rapid BI

Friday Fun – Office humour, cartoon – Data and Customer Intelligence #402 #ff Cartoon – I brought Simmons here on board to use his powers of levitation on our customer intelligence This cartoon has been produced by Jon Carter with thanks. The post Friday Fun – Data and Customer Intelligence #402 #ff appeared first on RapidBI. cartoon customer intelligence data analysis fun friday

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How Self-Care Became So Much Work

Harvard Business Review

mark ralston/Getty Images. The United States is no stranger to self-improvement, from the meditation and essential oils of the 60s to the Jane Fonda aerobics tapes of the 1980s and the fat-free-everything 1990s.

5 Step Guide to Personal Development Plans

Great HR leaders are continually looking for new ways to develop their people and build companies that people want to work for. A well-considered Personal Development Plan (PDP) is one huge part of that. Download Paycor's guide today, and learn new tips and best practices to help create effective development plans for your people.

What MoviePass Can Teach Us About the Future of Subscription Businesses

Harvard Business Review

Robert Woloschanowski/EyeEm/Getty Images. It has been a very rough few months for MoviePass.

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Research: Having a Black Doctor Led Black Men to Receive More-Effective Care

Harvard Business Review

hero image/Getty Images. In the U.S., racial and ethnic minorities have higher rates of chronic disease, obesity, and premature death than white people. Black patients in particular have among the worst health outcomes, experiencing higher rates of hypertension and stroke.

New Supply Chain Jobs Are Emerging as AI Takes Hold

Harvard Business Review

alashi/Getty Images. Companies are cutting supply chain complexity and accelerating responsiveness using the tools of artificial intelligence.

How B2B Software Vendors Can Help Their Customers Benchmark

Harvard Business Review

Gillian Blease/Getty Images. Knowing which organizations perform the best on any particular dimension used to require subjective surveys or painstaking research.


11 Proven Ways to Turn Your Culture into a Culture of Innovation

Learn the 11 proven strategies that you can implement quickly to get every employee innovating and contributing to the growth of your company.

Designing AI to Make Decisions

Harvard Business Review

Kathryn Hume, VP of, discusses the current boundaries between artificially intelligent machines, and humans. While the power of A.I. can conjure up some of our darkest fears, she says the reality is that there is still a whole lot that A.I. can’t do. So far, A.I. is able to accomplish some tasks that humans might need a lot of training for, such as diagnosing cancer.