Wed.Apr 10, 2024

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Robin Sharma On The 8 Hidden Habits To Live Your Richest Life

Tanveer Naseer

“The real job of leadership is the chance to sincerely, passionately, excellently elevate human lives. And the best businesses are very mission-driven and purpose-centered.” This is just one of many brilliant and thoughtful insights Robin Sharma shares in this latest episode of my “Leadership Biz Cafe” podcast. I can’t tell.

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The 10 Simplest Ways to Turn Challenges into Opportunities

Leadership Freak

Even optimists know sunny skies grow dark quickly. Plans derail. Teams implode. Results disappoint. Talent moves on. Mistakes escalate. Crisis erupts. Skillful leaders turn challenges into opportunities. Here are the 10 simplest ways to turn challenges into opportunities that I can think of this morning.

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What is Hate Speech?

Leading in Context

By Linda Fisher Thornton According to the United Nations, "there is no universal definition of hate speech under international human rights law. The concept is still under discussion, especially in relation to freedom of opinion and expression, non-discrimination and equality." (What is Hate Speech, UN.

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From Clashes to Collaboration – How to Cultivate a Thriving Team Culture After a Corporate Merger

Great Results Team Building

Mergers and acquisitions, while promising exciting ventures, can often become battlegrounds of clashing cultures, leaving you with a demoralized workforce and a struggling combined entity. And if you do not address the many issues that a corporate merger or acquisition present regarding your culture, you will soon lose many of the people that could propel your organization forward successfully.

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New DOL Final Overtime Rules: Quickstart Guide for Employers

There’s a new overtime salary threshold that will impact employers across the country. If you have an employee making less than $43,888 on July 1 or less than $58,656 on January 1, you’re going to have to start paying overtime. Download Paycor’s guide to learn: Which groups of employees are affected? How should you classify employees? Best ways to mitigate risk.

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Why Your Employees Might Quit If You Skip This One Important Ritual

Lead from Within

Leaders bear numerous responsibilities in the pursuit of organizational success. Among these crucial duties, recruiting and coaching are often in the spotlight. However, there exists another equally vital and often underestimated ritual that leaders must prioritize: the practice of continuous self-development, both for themselves and their team members.

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From Clashes to Collaboration – 7 Steps to a Thriving Team Culture After a Corporate Merger

Great Results Team Building

Mergers and acquisitions, while promising exciting ventures, can often become battlegrounds of clashing cultures, leaving you with a demoralized workforce and a struggling combined entity. And if you do not address the many issues that a corporate merger or acquisition present regarding your culture, you will soon lose many of the people that could propel your organization forward successfully.

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Health Shocks Make Older People Move Home More Often

The Horizons Tracker

Economists usually see homes as either investments or places to live. But homes also mean a lot to people emotionally and personally – they provide a sense of security, comfort, and success. In our recent study, we look at how older people decide where to live, especially when they have health problems. “Ageing in place” (AIP) means wanting to stay in your own home (or your partner’s home) until you have to leave.

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Do You Set Zero-Based Goals for Yourself?

thoughtLEADERS, LLC

Use this common budgeting technique to set goals that are more relevant and actionable. When you’re setting goals, you can borrow a technique from a common budgeting process called zero-based budgeting. What you do is look at last year, forget about it, and then look at where you are today and what you can achieve going forward. Every dollar you’re going to spend in the budget is justified.

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Being Alone Doesn’t Make Us Lonely

The Horizons Tracker

In a world where we’re constantly connected and communicating, it’s not always easy to understand the difference between being alone and feeling lonely. Researchers at the University of Arizona decided to take a closer look, and they found that these two things are actually quite separate. According to their study , people don’t start feeling lonely until they’ve spent about 75% of their time alone.

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Hybrid teams: Six ways managers can unlock their untapped potential

Chartered Management Institute

Listicle: Hybrid teams: Six ways managers can unlock their untapped potential Written by Dave Waller Share Share to Twitter Share to Facebook Share to LinkedIn Share via email More organisations are demanding people return to the office full-time, but are they missing a trick? Rather than rob their employees of flexibility, how about upskilling managers to oversee hybrid teams properly?

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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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Paige Ross on Crafting Talent and Well-being at Blackstone

HR Digest

In an exclusive Q&A session with Paige Ross, Global Head of Human Resources at Blackstone, we gain profound insights into the world of talent management and employee development within one of the world’s leading financial institutions. With over three decades of experience spanning various industries, Ross shares invaluable wisdom on fostering a culture of continuous learning, data-driven decision-making, and inclusive leadership.

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7 Must Haves to Lead Genuine Organizational Change

Ron Edmondson

There are some key components if you wish to lead genuine organizational change. In my observation, many leaders want change and know they need to lead it, but they haven’t been able to actually produce change. I think there are reasons for this. The process of change isn’t easy. It doesn’t happen overnight. Some leaders move too fast.

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Interview with Lynne Oldham: A Masterclass on Diversity and Performance

HR Digest

In an exclusive interview, Lynne Oldham, Chief People Officer at Stash, shares expert insights on driving diversity and performance in today’s workplace. From her extensive board experience, Oldham underscores the importance of diverse board compositions for fostering open communication and collaboration. At Stash, she leads efforts to cultivate a culture of continuous improvement, adapting structures and incentives to inspire teams.

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Work from abroad? 10 till 3? The hybrid pioneers shaking up work

Chartered Management Institute

Article: Work from abroad? 10 till 3? The hybrid pioneers shaking up work Written by Dave Waller Share Share to Twitter Share to Facebook Share to LinkedIn Share via email Headlines are awash with major organisations mandating a return to the office. But before you force your teams back into that daily commute, consider how five leading companies have made the most of hybrid We’re now living in the “new normal”.

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Individual Development Plan Template

There’s no way around it: sometimes employees need your help. Use this free template to clarify expectations, share resources, and set a timeline. Best case scenario, this process helps them improve. Worst case, your great recordkeeping keeps you compliant even if they move on. Download the template today!

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Tracey Franklin on Building an Engine of Innovation Through Talent

HR Digest

Gone are the days of HR as a back-office function. At Moderna, Chief Human Resources Officer Tracey Franklin is leading the charge in building a high-performing, diverse workforce that fuels groundbreaking discoveries. Her strategic approach goes beyond traditional HR practices. By fostering a culture of inclusion and empowering employees, Moderna has been ranked the Best Places to Work for three consecutive years.

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Highlights – 10 April

Chartered Management Institute

Article: Highlights – 10 April Wednesday 10 April 2024 Share Share to Twitter Share to Facebook Share to LinkedIn Share via email On creating engaging work – from flexible working practices, to ensuring proper pay 10 April View all 2023 CMI Highlights Four years have now passed since the Covid-19 pandemic suddenly forced UK organisations to adopt or improve their remote working arrangements.

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How One Marketing Team Made AI Part of Its Daily Work

Harvard Business Review

In today’s always-on environment, AI tools can help marketers optimize and personalize their campaigns quickly and efficiently. But AI alone won’t yield meaningful campaigns. Impact-driving work requires both human ingenuity and machine speed — a combination marketers can’t fully embrace without daily practice. This article discusses how one team experimented with used AI to complement their creative marketers on various tasks, and how it resulted in their most impactful campaign to date.

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Making The Gig Economy Fairer

The Horizons Tracker

Around the world, the rules and laws that aim to protect workers were often forged a century ago at a time when the nature of work was very different from now. The various gig economy platforms that have emerged in recent years have transformed the labor market, but the rules governing workers have not really kept pace. In Side Hustle Safety Net , The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s Alexandrea Ravenelle explores how gig workers fared during the Covid pandemic, when work was

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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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The Research-Backed Benefits of Daily Rituals

Harvard Business Review

A survey of more than 130 HBR readers asked how they use rituals to start their days, psych themselves up for stressful challenges, and transition when the workday is done.

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How to Make Tough Decisions as a Manager

Harvard Business Review

There’s no formula for the difficult moments managers face, but there are questions you should consider.

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How CIOs Can Build IT Teams for the AI Age - SPONSOR CONTENT FROM ALTERYX

Harvard Business Review

Sponsor content from Alteryx.

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Merging Competitors: U.S. Airways and American Airlines

Harvard Business Review

If you’re navigating a merger, this episode is for you.

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How to Build the Ideal HR Team

HR doesn’t exist in a vacuum. This work impacts everyone: from the C-Suite to your newest hire. It also drives results. Learn how to make it all happen in Paycor’s latest guide.