Mon.Dec 05, 2022

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Ten Common Mistakes New Managers Make

Let's Grow Leaders

How to Avoid the Most Common Mistakes New Managers Make. So many new managers don’t receive the training or skills they need to be effective, lead their teams, and achieve meaningful results.

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5 Simple Ways to Improve Meetings

Leadership Freak

Meetings are dead ends when talking creates the illusion of action. 5 simple ways to improve meetings: #1. Determine purpose. Cancel the meeting when you don’t know why you’re meeting. Discussions waste time.…

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What Safety Do Precious Metal IRA Companies Offer?

Strategy Driven

Investing in Precious Metal IRAs offers investors a safe place to invest their money. This is a safer option than investing in the traditional stock market, and is easier to diversify your investment portfolio. You can also choose to invest in a variety of metals, with minimal fineness requirements.

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Leading with Heart: Heart First Leadership is Key to Making an Impact in Business Today

David Grossman

“How do I be a better leader now ?”. As I sit in discussions with leaders these days, I inevitably get some version of this question.

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3 Leadership Behaviors that Drive Loyalty & Engagement

Nothing motivates employees more than a great boss. Learn how to be one. Download your guide today!

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Watch Out for Silver Bullets!

Thought Leaders LLC

Jim Everhart explains why every marketing program needs strategic messaging. Today’s post is by Jim Everhart, author of BRAND VISION: The Clear Line Of Sight Aligning Business Strategy and Marketing Tactics (CLICK HERE to get your copy).

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5 Ways to Acquire New Skills Without Going Back to School

Harvard Business Review

Fifty percent of jobs will require new skill sets in the next five years, according to the World Economic Forum. Continuous learning Career planning Personal growth and transformation Digital Article

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Bringing Caste into the DEI Conversation

Harvard Business Review

As companies increase their global footprint, they must also expand their definition of DEI. Diversity and inclusion Marginalized groups Workplace discrimination Digital Article

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The Statistics on Emotional Intelligence in the Workplace

Niagra Institute

You see it all the time: someone is deeply knowledgeable, a strong problem solver, equipped with top-notch technical skills, and can think logically about even the most complex problems. In many ways, they’re considered the ideal employee.

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Anticipating and Controlling Cheating and Unwanted Behavior—Lessons from Baseball

CEO Insider

Cheating has been part of human behavior forever. A systematic look at cheating in baseball offers insights into why it is sometimes particularly prevalent and ideas on how to control it. In baseball, cheating became common once sporting clubs first started playing competitively in the 1850s.

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In a Downturn, Focus on Existing Customers — Not Potential Ones

Harvard Business Review

It costs five times more to win a new customer than to retain a current one. Sales and marketing Sales Digital Article

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7 Ways to Supercharge Your ABM Strategy with Real-Time Intent

Streaming real-time intent is a homerun for marketing and sales’ account-based marketing (ABM) strategies. With real-time buyer insights, you can be first-in-line to provide solutions and lead better, hyper-personalized conversations.

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8 Ideas for Company Retreats That Will Boost Your Team’s Growth

CEO Insider

As a leader, your priority must be every employee’s mental and physical well-being. Fortunately, retreats are a great way to ensure employees are performing at the top of their game. A retreat’s goal is to help your employees grow, improve, and develop.

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The Skills of Effective Diplomats Offer Guidance for Managers and Leaders

Art Petty

In this article, I draw from history lessons to suggest a fresh model and set of skills based on old-school nation-state diplomacy to help today's senior managers and organizational leaders navigate the challenges posed by varying constituent groups in our volatile era.

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Season 8 Highlights — and a Host Reunion!

Harvard Business Review

Former co-hosts Sarah, Nicole, and Emily join the Amys to talk through insights from this season. Gender Audio

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Protectors and Advancers – Every Organization Needs Both

Ron Edmondson

Every organization needs both protectors and advancers. A successful entrepreneur gave me this advice a number of years ago. Shortly into our meeting he dropped this nugget of insight. He didn’t unpack it a lot, but I found interesting enough that it caused me to further reflect.

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2023 Biweekly, Monthly & Semi-Monthly Payroll Calendar Templates

"When is payday?" It's a question every payroll manager or business owner has been asked at some point in their career. We can help with that. We have helpful resources like these payroll calendar templates so you can prepare for payday. Download yours today!

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The Skills of Effective Diplomats Offer Guidance for Managers and Leaders

Management Excellence

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Tech Layoffs: Recruiters Don’t Feel So Lucky

HR Digest

As layoffs hit tech, professional recruiters are forced to rethink their careers. Welcome to the painful world of human resources where AI tools may take over work from professional hirers who are currently facing the axe.

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7 Signs Your Co-worker Is Dealing With Mental Health Issue

HR Digest

Struggling with mental health at work can be a very difficult situation for many people, whether you are an executive or on a lower level. All of these have captured the attention of organizations, which want to ensure that the well-being of their employees is closely monitored.