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Recognizing Ethical Issues (Part 6)

Leading in Context

By Linda Fisher Thornton In Part 1 of this series on Recognizing Ethical Issues, I addressed the gaps in our thinking that require us to develop an ethical alert system. in Part 2, I explored why some leaders who want to do the right thing still don't "do the work" to learn how to do it.

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Growing Your Business By Taking Care Of The Customer’s Experience

Tanveer Naseer

Finding the right balance in your business between growth and creating a sense of community with your brand is crucial in creating a better customer experience.

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Idiots Don’t Take Notes

Leadership Freak

You had a brilliant thought and like an idiot didn’t write it down. The opportunity to record a brilliant idea is the time between a lightning flash and the thunder that follows. If… Continue reading → Leadership Development Leading Success

Rethinking Accountability — It’s High Time!

CEO Insider

In every organizational relationship, there’s an accountability equation at play. Accountability matters because it functions as the invisible thread that enables effective interactions with others.

Employee Open Enrollment Letter Template

When it comes to benefits, communication is critical. To help you easily explain your offerings at open enrollment, Paycor created an open enrollment sample letter (and a few tips). Download this free Employee Open Enrollment Letter Template today.

How To Coach Rather Than Supervise Employees

Eric Jacobson

Bill Berman and George Bradt , authors of the book, Influence and Impact , explain the importance of helping your employees to understand what their jobs entails, and what the culture expects, so they can do the work you need from them the most.

Discovering Your Personal Inspiration

Thought Leaders LLC

Understanding what inspires you to do your best work is one of the first steps in developing your leadership philosophy. As you begin articulating your leadership philosophy, the first place to start is leading yourself. You need to know why you’re excited to go to work every day.

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7 Most Impressive Traits of a Team Member

Ron Edmondson

I have observed some of the most impressive traits of a team member. I’ve served on and led dozens of teams throughout my career. These teams have been in the workplace and as a volunteer. Frankly, from my experience, only a few of those teams I would say were really highly effective.

8 Tips for Ensuring an Environment-Friendly Supply Chain in Your Retail Business

Women on Business

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Into the Heart of Love, Life, and Leadership

The Practical Leader

Part 5 in a series: Let’s Be Frank about Spirit and Meaning. Links below to previous installments). The pinkish orange glow of the rising sun bathed the oak-paneled study in a warm light unlike any Frank had ever experienced. It pulsed with life.

Building Resilience into Your Family Business

Harvard Business Review

Lessons from companies that have thrived in volatile environments. Family businesses Economic cycles and trends Operations and supply chain management Crisis management Digital Article

10 Ways to Keep Your Hourly Employees

Getting and keeping hourly workers is no longer as simple as offering them more cash. Employees have options. But this guide from Paycor will help you put your best foot forward to recruit, retain, and develop hourly workers so you can remain competitive.

Book Review: The Art of Holding Space

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3 Ways to Bring Flexibility to Budgeting

Harvard Business Review

Easy steps you can take today to craft a more agile process. Budgets and budgeting Economic cycles and trends Finance and investing Digital Article

Is Your Board Inclusive — or Just Diverse?

Harvard Business Review

Research-backed strategies to help directors ensure that everyone’s voice is heard. Diversity and inclusion Gender Marginalized groups Race Inclusion and belonging Boards Digital Article

Video Quick Take: Paul Daugherty on Technology, Transformation, and Sustainability - SPONSOR CONTENT FROM ACCENTURE

Harvard Business Review

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7 Ways To Avoid Today's HR Compliance Risks

With remote work on the rise, salary history bans in effect, and Fair Workweek laws passed, HR compliance has become more challenging. Discover the 7 most prominent HR compliance hurdles of today, and learn how to avoid them detailed in Paycor’s recent guide!

Preparing Your Startup for the Next M&A Wave

Harvard Business Review

Ask yourself these three questions before buyers come knocking. Mergers and acquisitions Entrepreneurial exit strategy Start-ups Digital Article