Thu.Sep 12, 2019

How to Help Your Team Bring You Better Ideas

Let's Grow Leaders

You don’t just want ideas—you want GOOD ideas. There’s no time for half-baked solutions to trivial problems. But if you stop listening, they’ll stop sharing, and you’ll miss the good ones. How you respond to incomplete, off-base, or inelegant ideas makes all […].

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What Grumps & Grouches Can Remind Us To Be

Lead Change Blog

Curmudgeon , bellyacher , and old biddy are but a few of the unflattering terms people use to describe those who have the strength and spirit (lots of it, sometimes) to call out pretense, bad behavior, hypocrisy, or the pitfalls of conventional thinking. Some cross patches live to annoy.

Results-Only Leaders Have Empty-Tank Teams

Leadership Freak

Managing energy is more important than managing time. It doesn’t matter how much time you have if your energy-tank is empty. Results-only leaders have empty-tank teams. 4 unbreakable rules of energy: #1.

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How To Plan The Details When Creating A Business Plan

Joseph Lalonde

Getting your business idea off the ground takes several key personality traits. While the opportunity to open a business may well be there for many people, few will have the right attributes to make it a success.

The HR Playbook: Reduce Turnover with Employee Benefits

Companies with the right mix of benefits saw a 138% drop in employee turnover. Learn how you can lower your employee attrition rate and retain top talent.

5 Ways to Deal with a Job that Sucks

Great Leadership By Dan

Guest post from Steve Farber: A buddy of mine has a step-daughter who works three or four 12-hour shifts each week as a clerk in a hospital emergency room.

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Things Every Courageous Leader Knows (That Most Ignore)

Lead from Within

Courage is a trait that seems to be in short supply these days, in leadership and elsewhere. People are looking for the kind of bold confident leaders we’ve seen throughout history—leaders who spoke up and stepped forward, who took the risks of true leadership when radical change was required.

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4 Underlying Ways to Revive the Lost Art of Relationship-Building with Customers

CEO Insider

Technology has provided businesses with unprecedented advances. But even in this digital age, personal relationships are critical to building trust and loyalty with customers. Despite all the tech advancements, the disruptive force happening in business today is relationship building.

10 Essential Elements Of Dignity

Eric Jacobson

In their book, Millennials Who Manage , authors Chip Espinoza and Joel Schwarzbart , quote Donna Hicks's explanation about how dignity is different from respect. Dignity is different from respect in that it is not based on how people perform, what they can do for us, or their likability.

Sometimes the Problem with the Gym can be a Problem with the Church

Ron Edmondson

Going to the gym at my age can be brutal on the ego – if I try to compare myself to others. . After we became empty-nesters Cheryl and I sold the house where we raised our boys and moved to a downtown condo. It was an intentional life change and we loved it.

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What Up or Out Policy Means to Workers

HR Digest

What is the Up or Out policy? How widespread is the up or out system? Where is it most effective?

How to Build a Competitive Benefits Package

An attractive benefits program can be a highly effective recruiting and retention tool. But to make benefits a competitive advantage, employers must get creative with their benefits strategy or risk losing out on the best talent. Learn how to build a benefits package that your employees will love.

How frequently do you shift blame for mistakes you’ve made?

thoughtLEADERS, LLC

Our reader poll today asks: How frequently do you shift blame for mistakes you’ve made? Never. I always own my mistakes: 66% Sometimes. It just kind of happens, and I don’t realize I’m doing it: 32% Often. Usually, someone else caused the problem to start: 1% Always. I have a hard time taking responsibility for mistakes: 1% Mess up, […]. This is only the beginning of the thought. Please click the article headline above or go to [link] for more. Career Leadership Poll Strategy

PSE SALES & SVCS/DISTRIBUTION ASSOCIATE – United States Postal Service – Schuyler Falls, NY

HR Digest

HR Jobs. Benefits include PTO at 1 hr for every. External Publication for Job Posting 10351774. If this job requires qualification on an examination, the number of… $17.19 an hour From USPS - Thu, 12 Sep 2019 14:43:38 GMT - View all Schuyler Falls, NY jobs. PSE SALES & SVCS/DISTRIBUTION ASSOCIATE - United States Postal Service - Schuyler Falls, NY.

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5 Marketing Emails That Work

Strategy Driven

Check your inbox, particularly under the promotions tab, and you’ll no doubt have an absolute deluge of emails from businesses vying for your attention.

Fresh Thinking: Freshwater Science Is Being Pioneered in Arizona - SPONSOR CONTENT FROM ARIZONA COMMERCE AUTHORITY

Harvard Business Review

Sponsor content from Arizona Commerce Authority. Research & development Innovation Technology Sponsor Content

11 Proven Ways to Turn Your Culture into a Culture of Innovation

Learn the 11 proven strategies that you can implement quickly to get every employee innovating and contributing to the growth of your company.

How to Create a Workplace to Maximize Productivity

Strategy Driven

While introducing innovative software and streamlining processes can create a more efficient environment, you shouldn’t underestimate the importance of improving your team’s workspace. Your goal must be to create an organized environment that supports collaboration and improves employee morale.

Research: When Women Are on Boards, Male CEOs Are Less Overconfident

Harvard Business Review

A diversity of perspectives in the boardroom leads to better decisions. Boards Gender Diversity Digital Article

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A Guide: Taking Your Startup to the Next Level

Strategy Driven

Your startup is up and running and performing well in its market — congratulations! Your celebrations must be short-lived, however, as you cannot afford to rest on your laurels in the world of business.

A Study of 597 Logos Shows Which Kind Is Most Effective

Harvard Business Review

Is your logo too simple for its own good? Branding Marketing Customers Digital Article

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Quantifying a Culture of Innovation

Examining five years of anonymous data from over 6 million users in 170+ countries, Spigit has discovered that a culture of innovation can be measured – with a 99% statistical confidence level – by a metric called "ideation rate." Download the eBook now for an in-depth look at this groundbreaking study.

Warehouse Working Tips

Strategy Driven

Working in a warehouse or owning a warehouse as part of a business as is a unique way of working. Instead of sitting behind a desk in an office all day you’ll be categorising, organising and sending out products from your location and coordinating deliveries to the business.

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Why Fixing Software Bugs Should Be the CEO’s Problem

Harvard Business Review

Software quality affects customers, employees, and the company’s reputation. Managing organizations Operations Technology Digital Article