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Do You Have Leadership Double-Vision? Should You?

RapidStart Leadership

It takes a kind of leadership double-vision to help your team reach its goals; here's how seeing this way can help you get things done that matter. The post Do You Have Leadership Double-Vision? Should You? appeared first on RapidStart Leadership.

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3 Strategies That Will Help Your Employees Achieve Their Goals

Tanveer Naseer

As a leader, you’re responsible for accomplishing many tasks, most critical among them is setting and articulating the strategic goals of your team and organization. Of course, creating goals is not the same thing as achieving them. And most of us have certainly set out goals for ourselves and our. Click to continue reading.

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15 Questions that Change the Way People Think

Leadership Freak

Life begins to change when you change the way you think. Change the way you think about yourself to extend your potential. Change the way you think about others to increase your impact.

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Top Post Series of 2021: Leading in Context Blog

Leading in Context

By Linda Fisher Thornton The Top Post Series for last year on the Leading in Context Blog reflected the ethical challenges of repairing damaged trust in organizations. It featured three areas of managing trust that are most often lacking in organizations. Use these posts to assess your organization's level of trust and determine how to make needed repairs.

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How Emotionally Intelligent Leaders Drive Business Results

According to Forbes, employees who feel listened to show a 64% longer commitment to tasks. And that’s just for starters. Learn how emotionally intelligent leaders drive business results. Download Paycor’s guide for the full story.

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4 Great Online SEO Learning Resources

Women on Business

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Leader’s Guide to Change: What You Need to Know and Do


Every leader will at some point be responsible for leading their organization through change. And when that happens, it’s not uncommon to discover that the experience is far from business as usual. Leading change requires different mindsets, skills and techniques than many leaders practice regularly. Responsibilities like managing budgets, milestones and metrics are only part of the process.

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The Pros & Cons Of Developing Your Own Business Software

Strategy Driven

No matter what business you run, you will use various software products throughout the day. These could include HR software, accounting software, marketing software, and so on. Some of these things you will use every single day, and form a key role in how your business operates. As a result, you might start to wonder if it’s beneficial to develop your own software.

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How Politics Shapes Senior Leadership Meetings

The Horizons Tracker

Politics are a key part of any group of people, but you suspect perhaps it is an even bigger part of senior leadership teams, where political acumen is such a key part of climbing the greasy pole in the first place. A recent INSEAD paper explores the dynamics in the boardroom and finds that relationships are often far more fluid than previously thought, with temporary coalitions forming to help persuade and cajole CEOs.

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How Leaders Can Retain Employees During The Great Resignation

CEO Insider

The pandemic was the catalyst for a series of harsh and unpredictable changes in industries ranging from real estate to food service to child care, health, care and beyond. And, one common denominator that has affected all these industries since 2020 is steeply declining employee retention. ILEC was started at the height of the pandemic […]. The post How Leaders Can Retain Employees During The Great Resignation appeared first on CEOWORLD magazine.

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How Employees Respond When Activist Investors Get Involved

The Horizons Tracker

Institutional investors, such as hedge funds, are increasingly active in terms of their attempt to influence the direction of the firms they invest in. While in a recent article , I highlighted how this interest can successfully influence the strategy of a firm, recent research from INSEAD highlights how this can have consequences. While my original article illustrated the ability of investors to prompt firms to take a more positive stance on areas such as climate change or diversity, the INSEA

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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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The Participatory Decision-Making Style


Learn about the participatory decision-making style and the situations when it’s most appropriate. The second style of decision you can make is participatory. This is when you’re going to make a decision with input from the people who are going to be impacted by the final call. Participatory decisions are made when the decision is much bigger and there’s a lot more risk involved.

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Beware the Prediction Affliction: Don’t Get Sucked In by Forecasts and Projections

The Practical Leader

Years ago, an elderly couple went to a country fair. The husband was captivated by an animated psychic promising to tell his age and what kind of person he is. He inserted a coin, and the machine sprang to life. The animatronic clairvoyant peered into her crystal ball, mumbled a few words, and pointed to a card that popped out of a slot below. The husband grabbed the card and was excited to read, “You’re brilliant, good-looking, and charming.

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HPU: A Case Study in the Extraordinary

Mark Sanborn

How does a sleepy backwater college that few have heard of quadruple enrollment in 15 years? Furthermore, what enables a school to expand the size of the campus from 91 acres to 520 acres, while attaining a 97% placement rate? . The short answer is intentional leadership. The longer version is that an intentional leader revolutionized the academic institution of High Point University with powerful and practical business principles, which often received sharp criticism but ultimately proved to b

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Job Crafting Can Help Digital Gig Workers Build Resilience

Harvard Business Review

A recent study found that it can help people develop skills, identify new opportunities, and feel more connected.

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The HR Leader’s Guide to Employee Management

Nothing motivates employees more than a great boss. Creating consistent employee management practices help create a positive workplace culture and improve key performance outcomes across the board.

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Stop Telling Working Women They Just Need an Equal Partnership at Home

Harvard Business Review

A career-supporting partner is a wonderful thing. But it’s not always an option.

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How to Find a New Job: An HBR Guide

Harvard Business Review

From updating your resume to acing the interview, we’ve got you covered.

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5 Ways Managers Can Support Pregnant Employees

Harvard Business Review

Managers play a key role in ensuring a healthy environment.

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Crypto and the Future of Money (with Terra’s Do Kwon)

Harvard Business Review

Terra co-founder Do Kwon joins Azeem Azhar to lay out the case for how decentralized money could change the way we live.

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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.