Mon.Jan 10, 2022

Hope Is What People Need from Leaders Today

Michael Lee Stallard

Wouldn’t it be nice if a new year truly ushered in a fresh start? The optimism we may have ordinarily had in past years as we turned the calendar to January and considered all of the new possibilities that lay ahead of us is a little harder to muster up this time.

How to Develop the Habit of Finishing Stuff

Leadership Freak

Bad habits – in the beginning – are easier than good. The habit of almost finishing stuff destroys effectiveness, diminishes respect, and drains energy. Anyone can start. Leaders finish.

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Employee Retention: What You Can Do to Reduce Burnout

leaderCommunicator

Through the "Great Resignation," employees are sending a strong message that their needs aren’t being met at work. The demands and challenges of the pandemic have led people to reexamine their lives and priorities and one topic in particular comes up often: burnout. What is employee burnout?

What is the Future of Work?

Kevin Eikenberry

We would all like to see the future more clearly. In times of cataclysmic change, the desire to look into the future is more important than ever. That is why the question “What is the future of work?” is the most important question for leaders to consider right now.

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100 Pipeline Plays: The Modern Sales Playbook

For the first time, we’re sharing the winning plays that took us from scrappy startup to a publicly traded company. Use our proven data-driven plays to grow your pipeline and crush your revenue targets.

The Skills that Every Entrepreneur Must Have

Strategy Driven

Whether you’re a homemaker turning a hobby into a business or a dedicated innovator looking to create the next big thing, there are certain basic skills that you can improve and build upon to enhance your chances of success.

Rachel Lipton Joins the Women On Business Contributor Team

Women on Business

We've Moved! Update your Reader Now. This feed has moved to: [link] If you haven't already done so, update your reader now with this changed subscription address to get your latest updates from us. link]. Women On Business News Businesswomen Bloggers female bloggers women on business news

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How to Develop a Radical Product Thinking Mindset

Skip Prichard

Creating world-class products and services is a discipline that some organizations seem to master, and others struggle to achieve. We read about the visionaries like Elon Musk and Steve Jobs and may think it is a magical gift bestowed on the few.

Tips For Improving The Way Your Team Works

Strategy Driven

Do you find that your team could be working much more effectively? There are many ways that you can improve the way that your team works, and these will depend on the kind of team that you are running and whether you are in the position to make some changes or not.

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3 Steps for Protecting Your Most Important Asset

thoughtLEADERS, LLC

Today’s guest post is from Joel Garfinkle, thoughtLEADERS instructor, executive coach and author of Getting Ahead: Three Steps to Take Your Career to the Next Level (CLICK HERE to get your copy). Are you protecting your most important asset?

The plain English no-nonsense guide to demand-side platforms (DSP)

Strategy Driven

When paying for online advertising space, your business probably dips into a wide array of digital ad platforms – think the likes of Google Ads, Facebook Ads and probably many alternatives not quite as well-known to the average marketer.

Your Guide to Using Conversational Marketing to Drive Demand Generation

What is conversational marketing really about? This guide will examine the market forces at play, shifting buyer trends, how to leverage conversation marketing, and the tactics involved in adopting it for a B2B demand generation strategy.

How Leaders Can Balance the Needs to Perform and to Transform

Harvard Business

It’s about learning how to manage time, the stress of leadership, and rank-and-file morale. Leadership Leadership qualities Managing people Motivating people Digital Article

Simple Advice for New Leaders Attempting Change

Ron Edmondson

New leaders bring new ideas. The organization is expecting a new leader to energize the organization and interject momentum. That means change and brings its own set of challenges. Therefore, I have some simple advice for new leaders attempting change. I have been the new leader many times.

When Being Indispensable Backfires

Harvard Business

Being too helpful may end up hurting your career progress. Here’s how to set some boundaries. Managing yourself Managing up Negotiating skills Digital Article

Boss Very Reluctant to Praise Any Hard Work or Initiative

HR Digest

I work as a research assistant at a think tank. My boss heads the most important division —fund development —for the organization. My problem is, however hard I work and whatever hours I put in, my boss never notices or praises the efforts.

LinkedIn + ZoomInfo Recruiter: Better Data for Better Candidates

Check out our latest ebook for a guide to the in-depth, wide-ranging candidate and company data offered by ZoomInfo Recruiter — and make your next round of candidate searches faster, more efficient, and ultimately more successful.

How to Get People to Speak Up in Virtual Meetings

Harvard Business

Be specific about what you’re asking for — or you’ll keep getting crickets. Collaboration and teams Digital Article

101 Remote Team Communication Approaches for Stronger Teams

Let's Grow Leaders

Master remote team communication with variety and consistency. If you’re serious about becoming a better remote leader, you’re going to want to become a master in the art of remote team communication.

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The Secret Ingredient of Thriving Companies? Human Magic.

Harvard Business

Your company purpose can’t materialize without it. Organizational culture Organizational development Organizational transformation Digital Article