Tue.Oct 12, 2021

How Can I Have More Fun at Work? Asking For a Friend Video- Dr. Bob Nelson

Let's Grow Leaders

Practical Ideas for Having More Fun at Work. In this week’s Asking For a Friend, I interview Dr. Bob Nelson. author of Work Made Fun Gets Done , and discuss how to have more fun at work! Dos and Dont’s For Fun at Work. Do… Be playful; choose to have fun. Be open & flexible.

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What’s Your Dream?

Joseph Lalonde

I don’t remember a lot of my sleeping dreams. My wife, on the other hand, can vividly recall her dreams. I often wonder why I can’t remember these kinds of dreams. However, I do know that I have waking dreams.


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How to Actually Get Promoted

Next Level Blog

What does it actually take to get promoted to a bigger job? I’ve been in a lot of conversations about that question over the years. Often the question comes from a high potential leader looking for advice.

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The Best 2×2 Matrix of All Time for Consulting Firms

David A Fields

As a consulting firm leader, you’re well aware that within every client presentation longer than 30 minutes, every white paper, and every compendium of content beefier than 20 pages, you’re required to present at least one 2×2 matrix. Failure to do so could cost you your consulting license.

Employee Safety During COVID-19: Compliance Toolkit

Stay compliant with Paycor’s COVID-19 Action Plan FAQs and templates toolkit.

5 Symptoms of Self-Deception That Trap Unsuspecting Leaders

Leadership Freak

“The ingenuity of self-deception is inexhaustible.” Hannah More The belief that you never lie to yourself means you’re trapped by self-deception. Dangers of self-deception: #1. Self-deception limits potential. Growth depends on self-awareness. Self-deception… Continue reading → Author Book Notes self reflection

How Different Marketing Strategies Can Boost Your Business Profile

Strategy Driven

Running a business requires a lot of energy and time, so ensuring you try and keep on top of everything will be important as a business owner.

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One Secret of Power Negotiating

Skip Prichard

This is an excerpt from Secrets of Power Negotiating, 25 th Anniversary Edition by Roger Dawson is available wherever books and ebooks are sold or directly from Career Press, the publisher at www.redwheelweiser.com. Adapted, and reprinted with permission.

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Don’t Fake It to Make It: Authenticity is the Real Key to Success


From navigating new methods of closing deals, to landing get that next promotion, to understanding new norms of leadership, authenticity is the key to success. Today’s guest post is by Dr. Sharon Lamm-Hartman, author of The Authenticity Code: The Art and Science of Success and Why You Can’t Fake It to Make It (CLICK HERE to get your copy).

Advice to Leaders: Leave Before You Have To Leave

Ron Edmondson

Leader, do yourself and the organization you love a favor. Leave before you have to leave. I’ve learned watching people in organizations over the years. I’ve seen it in government, business, and, sadly, far too often in the church. Some people stay too long. Does this sound cruel?

3 Skills Every HR Professional Should Master

HR Digest

The world of work is on the brink of automation and yet some jobs are still human-centric. Human resources is one of those professions that hasn’t been automated yet.

Mandatory COVID Vaccination Policy Template

The federal government is developing a rule requiring employers with more than 100 employees ensure their workers are vaccinated or produce a negative COVID test weekly before entering the workplace. So, what can your organization do to prepare? Get Paycor’s COVID Vaccination Policy Template to help communicate important details to your employees.

How to Help Your Team Get Out of a Lull

Harvard Business

If priorities feel fuzzy, progress feels slow, and social interactions feel somewhat awkward right now, here’s what leaders can do. Leading teams Psychology Motivating people Digital Article

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Changing How Management is Practiced

Coaching Ourselves

CoachingOurselves was born out of the desire to change the practice of management. Here’s an excerpt from Henry Mintzberg’s blog and a link to the rest of the entry. Henry describes the primitive way we talk about our organizations and the problems this can create. Species of Organizations. There are species of organizations just as there are species of animals. Don’t mix them up. A bear is not a beaver; one winters in caves, the other in wooden structures they build for themselves.

7 Strategies to Improve Your Employees’ Health and Well-Being

Harvard Business

A roundup of research on how to create a positive working environment. Human resource management Workplace health and safety Digital Article

Coming Out as Trans at Work

Harvard Business

A framework, drawn from the experiences of eight transgender professionals. Gender LGBT rights Diversity and inclusion Managing yourself Marginalized groups Workplace discrimination Social and global issues Digital Article

7 Ways to Manage a Talent Shortage

In this whitepaper, Paycor examines the top 7 things you can do to out-maneuver your competition and win the war for talent in the coming months.

Tech’s Exponential Growth – and How to Solve the Problems It’s Created

Harvard Business

Understanding and improving the impact that Big Tech has on society. Business and society Technology and analytics Innovation Audio

Re-Entry Stress Is Contagious. Here’s How to Protect Yourself.

Harvard Business

Six strategies for managers. Stress management Leadership and managing people Managing people Digital Article