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5 Thoughts On Goal Setting

Joseph Lalonde

Do you struggle to set goals? Maybe you’re like me and struggle to accomplish goals? Does that sound more like you? Either way, goal setting can be brutal. I’ve struggled with setting goals throughout my career and life. I’ve never been one to want to set goals.

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4 Questions to Focus your Brain Before it Derails Your Leadership

Leadership Freak

Focus on something bigger than the wind. Everyone deals with challenges but leaders aren’t derailed by them. Give your brain something to think about beyond pressing issues, urgent deadlines, and nagging problems. You’re… Continue reading → Leading


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How To Take Control Of Your Business & Future

Joseph Lalonde

This is a contributed post to JMLalonde.com. For more information on contributing a post, please see our contributing policies. Pexels. Nothing is promised to you in life or with your career.

Leading When Things are Difficult – Remarkable TV

Kevin Eikenberry

Leadership is always hard. Always has been. But it’s certainly easier when things are going well, right? But when times are tough, when there are challenges that you’re facing, when you look forward and see a difficult situation, it’s harder to lead.

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HR in 2023: Survey Insights and Predictions

Nearly 6,000 people weighed in on the future of HR. Here’s what they said….

A New Area for Your Consulting Firm to Take a Stand

David A Fields

Rejection stings. It’s not fun when a prospect says “No” to your consulting firm. Should it? Maybe, maybe not.

How to Build a Team That’s a Talent Magnet

Scott Elbin

If you’re the leader of a team of any size, it’s in your interest and everyone else’s to build your team so that it becomes a talent magnet. You know, the kind of team that people are tripping over themselves to join.

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Critical Thinking Tools: The Problem Statement

Thought Leaders LLC

Writing a problem statement helps you define your goals, boundaries, constraints, and assumptions when faced with a challenging project. . One of my favorite critical thinking and problem solving tools is a good problem statement.

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SOPHISTICATED RESEARCH? Whip out your abacus, slide rule, and walking shoes.

CEO Insider

In reference to this, does anyone who has access to a computer or a reasonably recent mobile device really yearn for the “good old days?”

What The Best Leaders Are Doing About Change Exhaustion

Lolly Daskal

For organizations to be successful they must always be evolving. Even in the best of times, the shifts and changes of that evolution often take a toll on people. The best leaders understand the nature of change exhaustion and act to reduce it, especially in times of great change and stress.

What Are Your Decision-Making Strengths and Blind Spots?

Harvard Business Review

Understanding your style will help you identify which biases that may get in your way. Decision making and problem solving Managing yourself Listening skills Receiving feedback Digital Article

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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.

Research and Development Costs: How Not to Miscalculate Future Expenses

Women on Business

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A Lesson from Google: Can AI Bias be Monitored Internally?

Harvard Business Review

A star AI researcher was forced out of Google when she raised concerns about bias in the company’s large language models. Now tech companies must rethink their AI ethics. Organizational development Business ethics Corporate social responsibility Innovation Audio

The Leader Sets the Bar for the Organization

Ron Edmondson

The leader sets the bar for the organization. If you are a leader you have the responsibility of establishing parameters by which your organization will be successful. Of course, Jesus sets the bar for the church. He is our standard. But God allows people to lead, even in the church.

Solving Tough Problems Requires a Mindset Shift

Harvard Business Review

Instead of either/or thinking, try both/and. Leadership Decision making and problem solving Leadership and managing people Digital Article

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.

How to Create Development Goals for Work in Minutes

Niagra Institute

Your meeting with your manager is about to take place in an hour. At your last one-on-one meeting , you were asked to develop the professional goals you would like to accomplish this year. Unfortunately, this to-do slipped your mind with your other pressing projects and deadlines.

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What to Do If Your Team Is Underperforming

Harvard Business Review

Seven strategies. Underperforming employees Managing people Employee performance management Leadership and managing people Leadership Management Motivating people Managing yourself Receiving feedback Digital Article

Celebrating The International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples

Roundtable Talk

Today is The International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples. In recognition of this important day, it is crucial for all of us to confront our past, our biases and actions, and commit to an equitable future.

Decisions Don’t Have to Be Either-Or

Harvard Business Review

A conversation about approaching difficult choices differently. Decision making and problem solving Leadership Audio

The First 90 Days: Onboarding Checklist

Connect with your people from day one with this development and engagement checklist.