Fri.Sep 10, 2021

Elon Musk: In His Own Words

Leading Blog

E LON MUSK is a polarizing figure. In part, because he thinks differently than most people. At a 2017 World Government Summit, he once told an audience, “Some people think I’m an alien.” His raw ideas may sound irrational, but in time they seem obvious — even to his critics.

When Everything Turns to Crud

Lead Change Blog

It went on for months. My streak of nothing going right, that is. If I touched it—didn’t matter what “it” was—things went wrong. My mood darkened as the list of disappointments grew. Before long, I came to believe I deserved the misfortunes. Hello, downward spiral into a doom and gloom pity party. Mom and I were hanging out one day when a little something went sideways. I lost it. A full-grown adult throwing a full-blown temper tantrum.

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Leadership Development that Works with Jennifer Mackin

Let's Grow Leaders

Leadership development is one of the most important investments you can make in your organization’s success. Unfortunately, there are many ways to do it poorly. The results are lost time, money, credibility – and worst of all, poorly trained leaders.

Tips For Staying Productive In The Summer Months

Strategy Driven

When working through the summer months, it is important to make sure that you are working to be as productive as possible.

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.

High Performing Teams: 3 Lessons Learned from Working to Improve Results in the Real World

Leadership Freak

I asked a management team two questions to help them reflect on lessons learned from managing new teams. It might help you to know that their facility opened about 9 months ago. Tell… Continue reading → Leading

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Want to Make Better Decisions? Speed Them Up!

CEO Insider

We all like to make good decisions. We want our boss to see that we exercise sound judgment. We want to appear to be astute and rational in order to win the confidence of our people. And, naturally, we want to produce the right outcomes.

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Why Putting Your CMO in Charge of Pricing May Be the Best Decision You Can Make

CEO Insider

A study conducted a few years ago analyzed the impact of five operating levers—price; revenue; cost of goods sold (COGS); selling, general, and administrative expenses; and research and development—on the bottom line of any business.

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How the Fire Department of New York Changed After 9/11

Harvard Business

In the wake of the tragedy, the FDNY transformed into a modern emergency management and response organization. Crisis management Organizational transformation Organizational change Organizational culture Leadership and managing people Digital Article

Research: How to Position a Luxury Brand as Sustainable

Harvard Business

Highlight your company’s commitment to craftsmanship. Sustainability Social responsibility Branding Customers Marketing Ethics Sustainable business practices Corporate social responsibility Brand management Customer experience Marketing Business ethics Digital Article

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Some Questions Benefit from Group Discussion. Others Don’t.

Harvard Business

Research suggests the wisdom of the crowds falls short when it comes to yes-or-no questions. Collaboration and teams Psychology Decision making and problem solving Digital Article

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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.