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Think For Yourself

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A GREAT IRONY of our time is that even as we are more informed, we are thinking less. We outsource our thinking. We rely on others to think for us. And we do almost unconsciously, by default, without thinking.

Creating and Leading High Performing Teams

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A team is a small number of people who are committed to working together to achieve the desired goal. Working together includes talking, sharing ideas, debating issues, collaborating, making decisions, establishing goals, providing feedback, and celebrating success. Teams, like personal relationships, go through stages. Teams don’t become great performers overnight. It takes time to develop trust, learn to collaborate, and understand each other’s thinking styles and behavior patterns.

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7 Signs Your Remote Team Needs Additional Training

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You and your team have been working remotely for months now – with no specific end in sight. And during this time, people have likely been working harder than ever and in new ways. Have you spent any time training for remote work? If you haven’t, how would you know when and if new skills […].

What to Do When Someone Takes Credit for Your Work

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“A good leader takes a little more than his share of the blame, a little less than his share of the credit.” – Arnold H. Glasow. Have you ever worked tirelessly to produce a report or a presentation, only to have a collaborator claim the limelight? You’re not alone.

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How Leaders Can Find the Fun During the Slog

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Find the fun with authenticity, surprise, and variety Robert unmuted his microphone, leaned into the camera, and asked in a near-whisper: “How can we find the fun again?” ” We were facilitating at the Inc 5000 Vision Conference, helping leaders navigate the challenges […].

What is the Easiest Way to Shift Trajectory Today

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Ingratitude is a bag of rocks that weakens knees and slows progress. Ingratitude is fatigue. Gratitude is opportunity. Gratitude turns a new day into a beginning. Trajectory: Gratitude fuels upward trajectory. Gratitude invites… Continue reading → Gratitude Leading ingratitude

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