Fri.Sep 29, 2023

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Where to Focus for Peak Performance with Sunjay Nath

Let's Grow Leaders

Do you want to bring peak performance to your organization? If you do not have the time or resources to develop everyone, you are not alone. According to the 10-80-10 principle, any group or organization can be divided into three groups based on their behavior. For leaders, the key is to focus on the 10% already supporting the organization or you, as they can be your champions to influence the 80% who are looking for direction.

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How to B.U.I.L.D. T.R.U.S.T.

Leadership Freak

Average leaders get things done. Exceptional leaders build environments where others get things done. Average leaders fix. Exceptional leaders build. B.U.I.L.D.

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Leading with Confidence: Body Language Tips for Leaders

Lead from Within

As an executive leadership coach, one of the most important things I teach my clients is the power of body language. Our nonverbal cues can communicate just as much, if not more, than the words we say. In fact, studies have shown that up to 93% of communication is nonverbal. As a leader, it is crucial to be aware of and in control of your body language, as it can greatly impact how others perceive you and respond to your leadership.

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Ethical Business Practices That Benefit You

Strategy Driven

Ethical business practices can be defined as a set of principles and behaviors that influence how a company conducts itself in relation to daily operations, interactions with others, and decision-making policies. The importance of ethical practices in business cannot be overstated. While contributing to a company ‘ s long-term success, ethical practices can also contribute to ensuring a positive impact on the individuals within the organization as well as outside communities.

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HR in 2025: Insights & Predictions

What type of worker is most engaged—hybrid, remote, or onsite? What are the drivers of effective leadership? What does the C-suite think HR is most responsible for? And why is a wave of HR resignations more likely in the next 12 months? Get our annual survey report to find out: The #1 challenge of recruiting & hiring Why remote teams are struggling What are the drivers of effective (and ineffective) leadership And lots more!

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Leadership in Biotech: Shaping the Future of Health

Women on Business

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Remote Work Impact: The Employee Engagement Decline Is Causing Panic

HR Digest

Skipping on travel costs and time, spending breaks talking to your loved ones, working at your own pace away from overly-regulted work environments, living away from the city life at a destination of your choice—the remote work impact has considerably soothed the wounds of hustle culture that used to tower over everything else . While many employees seem determined to work from home, research into remote work trends by Gallup has indicated that only 28 percent of remote employees feel a connecti

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Creating a Cohesive Team for Corporate Transformation Projects

Harvard Business Review

Hollywood films have long been made by teams of independent contractors and employees of different production companies brought together for short-term projects. Companies have embraced this model for transformations, with data showing that 45% of the people on these projects are not regular employees. Managing a disparate group like this can be a challenge, but team leaders can overcome that by working to create one culture, making work personal, and empowering the team leader.

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Eliminating Algorithmic Bias Is Just the Beginning of Equitable AI

Harvard Business Review

Industries, governments, and scholars also need to understand how AI shapes the supply and demand for goods and services in ways that perpetuate inequality.

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Whole Foods CEO Jason Buechel on the Challenges and Opportunities of Following a Visionary Leader

Harvard Business Review

Filling the shoes of a legendary founder was not only a personal challenge for Whole Foods CEO Jason Buechel, but a significant adjustment for all the company’s employees, from the C-suite to the hundreds of local stores.

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Research: In Recessions, Employees Avoid Jobs with Startups

Harvard Business Review

Startups typically have a tougher time raising money during recessions. But that’s not the only reason they struggle during downturns, according to new research — they also have a tougher time hiring. That’s because job seekers prefer safer options and so are more likely to apply for jobs at incumbent firms. This, alongside the difficulty fundraising, makes growth even tougher for startups during recessions.

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How to Stay Competitive in the Evolving State of Martech

Marketing technology is essential for B2B marketers to stay competitive in a rapidly changing digital landscape — and with 53% of marketers experiencing legacy technology issues and limitations, they’re researching innovations to expand and refine their technology stacks. To help practitioners keep up with the rapidly evolving martech landscape, this special report will discuss: How practitioners are integrating technologies and systems to encourage information-sharing between departments and pr