Mon.May 23, 2022

Two Personality Traits To Focus On As An Executive Leader

N2Growth Blog

“Self Awareness” Does Your Potential Executive Hire Have It? Each year I debrief leadership assessment results with hundreds of C-Suite candidates as an Executive Coach & Consultant at N2Growth.

Employee Complaints – 5 Questions to Ask

Let's Grow Leaders

Your number one leadership job is to support your team to achieve its goals. Employee complaints give you an excellent opportunity to support your people, build their confidence, connect them to one another, and remove barriers to a productive team.

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Conflict: 5 Responses to Any Issue

Leadership Freak

Where people interact, conflict occurs. Researchers found that on average, parents have 2,184 arguments with their kids every year. Each day, in fact, they spend about 49 minutes fighting.”

What Can’t Change in Times of Change

Kevin Eikenberry

Change is all around you. Likely you are working through, dealing with, and leading more than one change right now. As we face change and try to make change happen, we can’t lose sight of some keys to making it all work.

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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.

You Don't Need a Change Management Plan

David Grossman

Organizations are facing more changes than ever. And it’s just not just change they’re facing, but a fundamental shift of power from employer to employee. With the competition for talent fierce, employee demands have never been greater.

Building Creative Stamina: Three Keys to Strength Training for Adults

Thought Leaders LLC

Creativity is a skill that can be built like any other. Understanding your passion and challenging the voices in your head that say “no” are a great way to start. Today’s post is by Jane Dunnewold, author of Creative Strength Training (CLICK HERE to get your copy).

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Is Your Employee a Self-Starter? (+6 Tips for Leading Them)

Niagra Institute

Self-starters are a significant asset to any leader and team. They’re the employees who you don’t need to tell to do something because they have already thought of it and have it in hand.

The Best Strategies Don’t Just Take a Long View. They Take a Broad View.

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Threats and opportunities can emerge at any moment, from any direction. Strategy Strategy formulation Strategic planning Digital Article

The Unknown: Where You Find Your True Self

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It’s true to say that during those times you step outside your comfort zone and into the unknown, you experience who you really are. It’s about facing our fears and doing things we are passionate about.

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.

Don’t Just Pay Interns, Help Them Build Networks

Harvard Business Review

A paycheck alone won’t jumpstart a career. Diversity and inclusion Developing employees Mentoring Digital Article

Blind Recruitment: Hitting the Reset Button Against Hiring Biases

HR Digest

To make blind recruitment work, we must first take into account every detail. In the blind hiring process, the candidate’s name and any other identifying information are removed from the application. Age, address or location, years of experience, and school or university names are among them.

Blind Recruitment: Hitting the Reset Button Against Hiring Biases

HR Digest

To make blind recruitment work, we must first take into account every detail. In the blind hiring process, the candidate’s name and any other identifying information are removed from the application. Age, address or location, years of experience, and school or university names are among them.