Thu.May 12, 2022

Train, Train, Train

Joseph Lalonde

As I’m continuing to make my running comeback after COVID-19, the importance of training and training has been at the forefront of my mind. COVID took me down as I saw growth in my running. My personal record for the half marathon happened days before I could not move for days.

What We Can Learn from our Regrets (With Video)

Let's Grow Leaders

Organizations that provide psychological safety will reduce boldness regrets and get greater capacity out of their team. I caught up with Dan Pink, author of The Power of Regret just after his fantastic keynote at the HR SHRM Virginia Conference in this special episode of Asking for a Friend. .

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5 Ways to Teach Your Face to Express Your Heart

Leadership Freak

Children show their feelings. Leaders learn to do the ‘right’ thing instead of the real thing. When you hide your heart, you hide yourself. Dare to be authentic. Express your heart on your… Continue reading → Leading

Becoming A Good Leader Requires Practice In The Following Areas

Tanveer Naseer

Becoming a leader is pretty easy. It just requires that you get one person to follow you. Understand that it doesn’t make you a good leader. But it does make you a leader. If you want to be a good leader, you will need a lot more than people willing. Click to continue reading. Other

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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.

The Ultimate Guide To Help You Become A Brilliant Boss

Joseph Lalonde

Becoming a brilliant boss can totally transform your company and the profits that it is able to attract, as you will have the skills required to lead your team in the direction of ultimate success in every way.

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Why Information Is Important When You Are Injured

Strategy Driven

What should you do if you find yourself involved in an accident that is not your fault?

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3 Tips To Stay Motivated As An Entrepreneur

Strategy Driven

Being an entrepreneur means you’ll need to manage multiple things to varying degrees of success. At a certain point, you could feel as though things aren’t going as smoothly as you’d want; you mightn’t have as many customers or as much revenue as you expected.

Building Stronger Businesses: Diversity and Inclusion In the Workplace

Steve Farber

Inertia is the tendency for things to remain unchanged or for matter to continue in its existing state of rest unless that state is altered by an external force. You are that force. Historically, there. Read more.

The Key to Retaining Young Workers? Better Onboarding.

Harvard Business

Ten ways employers can create jobs young people actually want to grow in. Diversity and inclusion Workplace discrimination Age and generational issues Onboarding Developing employees Hiring and recruitment Digital Article

3 Law of Attraction Exercises to Really Get What You Want

My Own Coach

If you have heard of the movie, The Secret, you have heard of the Law of Attraction, as well. The Law of Attraction is not something that simply comes your way; you have to put a little effort into it, as well. You can use these techniques to make the Law of Attraction work for […].

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.

Prepare Your Company for the Next Covid Wave

Harvard Business

Four actions to take now. Human resource management Global health Health and wellness Workplace health and safety Digital Article

Why Many Women of Color Don’t Want to Return to the Office

Harvard Business

A recent study sheds light on the unique challenges these employees face. Diversity and inclusion Remote work Gender Race Talent management Work environments Managing people Digital Article