Mon.Dec 04, 2023

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Year-in-Review: 7 Questions to Help Your Team Reflect on Success and Key Learnings

Let's Grow Leaders

Taking a moment for a team year-in-review fosters curiosity and connection I don’t know about you, but we love a good “year-in-review” list. There’s something about looking back over the entire year and seeing what stands out. More than the list itself, it’s the conversation that it provokes that each of us finds compelling: “Really, that was your favorite… interesting.” “Oh, I almost forgot about that one.

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Society Needs a Leadership Paradigm Shift

Leading Blog

T HE contemplation of character has engaged great minds reaching back to Confucius, Aristotle, and Plato. Building on the shoulders of such philosophical giants and the subsequent research over millennia, science has further defined, assessed, and developed the concept of character to apply findings to organizational leadership. But what has become abundantly clear is that disregarding the science of leaders’ character has led to incredible dysfunction for organizations and society as a whole.

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Wisdom from Charlie Munger

Leadership Freak

Charlie Munger was a billionaire and the right-hand man of Warren Buffet. Here is some wisdom from Charlie you can use today. Let me know what you think.

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Beyond the Paycheck: Could Curtailing Executive Overcompensation Also Curtail Bad Boss Behaviors™? (H.R.6191)

Modern Servant Leader

Beyond the Paycheck: Could Curtailing Executive Overcompensation Also Curtail Bad Boss Behaviors™? (H.R.6191) In the corporate world, where the gap between the haves and have-nots is sometimes as stark as the skyscrapers that house them, H.R.6191 emerges as a potential paradigm flip. This recently introduced bill, officially known as the Curtailing Executive Overcompensation bill, targets the widening chasm between CEO and worker pay.

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Recruit and Retain New Blue-Collar Talent

Blue-collar jobs have a branding problem. One company, GEON, partnered with Paycor to find the solution. Learn how to attract, engage, and retain blue-collar employees, helping them build meaningful careers – and support your company’s goals.

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The Different Mindsets That Distinguish the Best Leaders from the Rest

Lead from Within

The best leaders have a different mindset than most leaders, which enables them to effectively lead and inspire their employees and teams. Here are some key mindsets that distinguish the best leaders from the rest: Growth mindset: The best leaders have a growth mindset, which is the belief that they can grow and develop their skills and abilities. Open to learning and development, they are willing to challenge themselves and take risks to improve and grow.

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Beyond the Paycheck: Could Curtailing Executive Overcompensation Also Curtail Bad Boss Behaviors™? (H.R.6191)

Modern Servant Leader

Beyond the Paycheck: Could Curtailing Executive Overcompensation Also Curtail Bad Boss Behaviors™? (H.R.6191) In the corporate world, where the gap between the haves and have-nots is sometimes as stark as the skyscrapers that house them, H.R.6191 emerges as a potential paradigm flip. This recently introduced bill, officially known as the Curtailing Executive Overcompensation bill, targets the widening chasm between CEO and worker pay.

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What Ferrari and Bentley Can Teach You about High Performance Cultures

thoughtLEADERS, LLC

Building a high performance culture requires focus, dedication, and a relentless drive to make the organization function at peak levels. Can you transform your organization into a high performance culture? Today’s post is by Hugh Blane, President of Claris Consulting and author of 7 Principles of Transformational Leadership ( CLICK HERE to get your copy).

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Migration Can Help To Boost New Business Creation Rates

The Horizons Tracker

It’s well known that migrants are more likely to create a business than the native population, with this trend caused by a lack of awareness and opportunities to engage with the traditional labor market coupled with the insights that they bring from their homeland. It’s perhaps no great surprise, therefore, that research from Bocconi University suggests that the movement of low-skilled workers to higher-income destinations can result in a surge in new business creation.

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Belief Perseverance & Confirmation Bias

CO2

Introduction to Belief Perseverance in Leadership In the dynamic realm of leadership, beliefs shape our decisions, actions, and interactions. However, the adherence to these beliefs, even in the face of contrary evidence, is known as belief perseverance. This phenomenon can mislead even the most seasoned leaders, leading to decision-making that’s more about preserving beliefs than responding to facts.

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RELP – Episode 83 – Christmas Suggestions for Pastors

Ron Edmondson

In this episode of The Ron Edmondson Leadership Podcast Ron and Chandler Vannoy share some Christmas suggestions for pastors and ministry leaders. Christmas is such a busy – and important – season for every church. There is a unique pressure that often comes with it. In this episode, we share a few suggestions which might help. In this episode, Christmas suggestions for pastors.

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How to Stay Competitive in the Evolving State of Martech

Marketing technology is essential for B2B marketers to stay competitive in a rapidly changing digital landscape — and with 53% of marketers experiencing legacy technology issues and limitations, they’re researching innovations to expand and refine their technology stacks. To help practitioners keep up with the rapidly evolving martech landscape, this special report will discuss: How practitioners are integrating technologies and systems to encourage information-sharing between departments and pr

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Preventing Workplace Burnout

The Center For Leadership Studies

Few would argue that health in the workplace needs to be a universal corporate priority, and that mental health is the predominant factor that gauges the level of that well-being. There would also be limited pushback on the reality that job or workplace burnout presents increasingly significant challenges in that regard. This article will investigate the causes, symptoms, risk factors and other implications associated with job or workplace burnout.

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The Complex Role of Human Resources in Termination of Employees

HR Digest

HR jobs are not easy to steer through and the human resources termination duties are likely the worst part of the role. An employee’s termination at work can happen for multiple reasons, but regardless of cause the HR role in the termination process is essential and non-negotiable, as they possess the knowledge as well as the skill set to handle the task most efficiently.

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Navigating the Three C’s of Effective Remote Leadership

The Center For Leadership Studies

Remote leaders often wonder what the most important skills are for leading virtual team members to drive results and keep them engaged and thriving. Authors Wayne Turmel and Kevin Eikenberry did some of that legwork in “ The Long-Distance Team” where they share the “Three C’s” of remote work. We unpack them and provide some of our favorite strategies for you here.

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Talent Management in the Age of AI

Harvard Business Review

The world of work is changing fast and the most important thing to do is realize that the old playbooks, especially around talent management, will not work — now, it’s time to adapt. Leaders should focus on three big shifts that will set their businesses up for new levels of success in the age of AI. They should: 1) redefine jobs as a collection of a skills and tasks, not titles, 2) bring skills and workforce learning to the center of talent management, and 3) embrace AI to focus teams on human-

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10 HR Metrics to Track in 2024

Discover the power of HR metrics. Master recruiting, control skyrocketing labor costs, and reduce turnover rates. Get insights into key metrics like Time-to-Fill, Cost-per-Hire, and Turnover Rate. Equip your business for success in 2024.

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How to Keep Team Meetings on Track

The Center For Leadership Studies

More work than ever before is done completely through teams. What kind are you a part of? Globally dispersed and remote teams? Matrixed across departments and functions? Localized and in person? With the amount of time spent in meetings to accomplish work, team meetings need to be expedient and efficient–and considered worthwhile!–to get the full engagement of all.

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A Sports Analogy for Understanding Different Ways to Use AI

Harvard Business Review

The potential impact of generative AI on the economy, society, and work is polarizing, swinging from the positive benefits of a technological revolution to doomsday scenarios. The authors have come to think about this issue as points on a spectrum and have created a sports analogy to help think about it: AI tools can range from steroids, to sneakers, to a coach, each representing a different relationship between human users and the technology.

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Three Ways Managers Can Drive Performance Through Onboarding

The Center For Leadership Studies

“What can I do?” the manager asked me in frustration. “HR experts designed and execute the onboarding program, yet we continue to lose people within their first 90 days!” Brene Brown likes to say, “Clear is kind.” So I asked the manager to allow me to be “kind.” For the best probability of a strong start and long-lasting employment, new hires need three things: a well-paced onboarding plan clearly delineated performance expectations mutual understanding of preferred communication While Human Res

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Stop Assuming Introverts Aren’t Passionate About Work

Harvard Business Review

Society often assumes that the only way to be passionate is to act extroverted, but that is simply not true. In their new research, the authors found that regardless of their actual level of passion, extroverted employees are perceived as more passionate than introverts. Moreover, this can drive substantial inequities in the workplace, as studies have shown that employees who are perceived as more passionate are rewarded by their managers, seen as higher-status and higher-potential, and are more

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ABM Evolution: How Top Marketers Are Using Account-Based Strategies

In times of economic uncertainty, account-based strategies are essential. According to several business analysts and practitioners, ABM is a necessity for creating more predictable revenue. Research shows that nearly three-quarters of marketers (74%) already have the resources needed to build successful ABM programs.

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Research Explores How People With Criminal Records Can Return To Work

The Horizons Tracker

The impact of employment on reducing the chances of criminal recidivism is well established, yet the existence of a criminal record poses a formidable hindrance to securing employment. Individuals with such records face higher probabilities of unemployment, underemployment, or occupation mismatch. In a recent study from the University of Southern Florida, researchers sought to discern the influence of various applicant characteristics on the hiring decisions of business managers in relation to m

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Why Early Childhood Education Is More Important Now Than Ever - SPONSOR CONTENT FROM THE GODDARD SCHOOL

Harvard Business Review

Sponsor content from The Goddard School.

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Most Common Mistakes Managers Make With 1:1s and How to Avoid Them

The Center For Leadership Studies

In our previous blog “ Three Tips to Improve 1:1s ,” we presented three critical elements of 1:1s that, when consistently applied, lead to energizing conversations: Plan, Connect, Reinforce. These are essential for all 1:1s—leader with direct report, peer to peer, and skip-level meetings. Truly and simply, the mistakes seen most often come from not honoring those three elements well.

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Sexism Is Everywhere

Harvard Business Review

How to deal with the uncertainty of its more subtle forms.

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2024 Payroll Calendar Templates

These calendars provide pay period dates and paydays for biweekly, semi-monthly, and monthly payroll in 2024. Use them as a reminder or share with employees so they can celebrate payday.

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Identity Matters For How Brexit Affected Immigrants

The Horizons Tracker

The repercussions of Brexit have presented a formidable challenge for British enterprises in their efforts to retain highly skilled migrants. A recent study conducted by Radboud University reveals that a significant proportion of these migrants are inclined to distance themselves from the United Kingdom, while others report no discernible impact. Against the backdrop of a rising tide of populist sentiments against immigration witnessed across multiple nations, encompassing Brexit and the rhetori