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Become a Brand Renegade

Leading Blog

O VER THE PAST FEW DECADES, we’ve seen several examples of “brand renegades.” These are the industry disruptors who have changed how business is conducted in distinctly powerful ways.

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How Smart Leaders Help a Team Work Better Together: Plan Breakdowns

Let's Grow Leaders

Expect common breakdowns to help your team work better together. Does your team get derailed by miscommunication, hurt feelings, customer service challenges, or another department’s dropped balls? These common relationship breakdowns don’t surprise effective leaders.


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6 Barriers to Achieving Your Dream Job

Nathan Magnuson

Photo by Randy Tarampi on Unsplash. One of the highlights of last year was the time I spent hosting a webinar on dream jobs with my brother, U.S. Marine Harrier pilot Capt Cale “Rowdy” Magnuson.

You are Leading by Example (Even When People Can’t See You)

Kevin Eikenberry

You have more influence than you realize. That is true for all of us – but for leaders it is doubly true. Many leaders have underestimated the power of their example as they worked remotely from many or all of their team. The truth is, you are leading by example, all the time. Perhaps you […].

7 Ways to Manage a Talent Shortage

In this whitepaper, Paycor examines the top 7 things you can do to out-maneuver your competition and win the war for talent in the coming months.

Be Unafraid to Show Your Human Side: 7 Leaders Tell Their Story


Leaders have been through an incredible year, marked by profound change and uncertainty with the pandemic and mounting social unrest. That period of crisis, though, has as silver lining – as many leaders have risen to the occasion and learned a lot in the process.

If Most Leaders are Average, What Does that Say About You and Your Team

Leadership Freak

An inordinate need to win reflects a need for superiority. For example, I stopped playing basketball with my sons when they regularly beat me. We shot around, but no more 1:1 games. Leaders… Continue reading → Leading Strengths weaknesses leadership strength weakness

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5 Characteristics of Digital Giants that Enable Domination

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Rule the World. How is extreme consolidation changing global business? What are the most innovative companies doing to position themselves? How do you become a market leader in the midst of rapid change? Ray Wang is the Founder of Constellation Research , Inc.

Employees Experience Distractions Every 31 Minutes: What Leaders Can Consider Before Making Decisions on Returning To the Workplace


A recent survey conducted by Mopria Alliance shows employees experience 77 distractions per week. Phil shares how employees are affected by work environments. Today’s post is by Phil Mazzilli, Marketing Working Group Chair for Mopria Alliance.

The Seven Roles Of Being A Collaborative Leader

Eric Jacobson

Edward M. Marshall 's book, Transforming The Way We Work -- The Power Of The Collaborative Workplace , remains relevant today, more than a decade after Marshall wrote it. Particularly useful is the book's section that teaches readers how to be a collaborative leader.

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Everyone in Your Organization Needs to Understand AI Ethics

Harvard Business

Treating it as a niche concern exposes your company to huge risks. Here’s how to get people to buy in. Ethics Technology Managing organizations Digital Article

The Top 7 Compliance Risks and How to Avoid Them

In this whitepaper, Paycor examines the top seven compliance risks of 2021 and offers best practices on how to mitigate your risk. Download Paycor's guide today.

How to write an apology note for late arrival at a meeting

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When good manners and etiquette are discussed, being on time for any appointment or meeting is duly emphasized. The same is true in a professional setting. . Every workplace, largely, has set working hours where we are supposed to report by a certain time.

7 Strategies to Break Down Silos in Big Meetings

Harvard Business

Getting people talking is the first step to fostering collaboration between departments. Meetings Collaboration Communication Digital Article

When Do We Actually Need to Meet in Person?

Harvard Business

Before bringing people back to the office, consider what you hope to get out of your face-to-face meetings. Collaboration Managing people Managing organizations Digital Article