Wed.Aug 10, 2022

How Do I Prepare My Team for an Uncertain Future? (Video Interview)

Let's Grow Leaders

Important Conversations to Prepare for an Uncertain Future. In this week’s Asking for a Friend, I talk with Meredith Elliott Powell, Author of Thrive– Turning Uncertainty to a Competitive Advantage. Meredith offers practical approaches to help your team prepare for an uncertain future.

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Making Time: There’s Never Enough; Can We Make More?

RapidStart Leadership

Time - there's never enough of it, and everyone seems to want more; is making time an option? With a change of perspective, I think so. The post Making Time: There’s Never Enough; Can We Make More? appeared first on RapidStart Leadership.

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Life is About Questions

Leadership Freak

Life is about questions. Compared to everything that could be known, we’re in diapers. “Telling” plays a role in leadership. Questions advance your leadership. A question-rich environment develops talent. Command and control leaders… Continue reading → Leading

Changing Our Mind (It May Not Mean We’re Indecisive)

Leading in Context

By Linda Fisher Thornton When we change our position on an issue, sometimes it is because we simply can't decide. But when you look at mind-changing from the perspective of human growth and development, you can see that there is often more to it than that. Complexity Context Ethical Leader Ethical Leadership Development Ethical Thinking Ethics & Talent Management Talking About Ethics ethical leadership context leading ethically what is ethical leadership

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HR in 2023: Survey Insights and Predictions

Nearly 6,000 people weighed in on the future of HR. Here’s what they said….

Seven Critical Needs for Sustained and Successful Organizational Change

Great Results Team Building

Successful organizational change can be a challenge for leaders. Even when leaders see the need and benefits of changing a process or a platform, the entire team must ultimately buy-in and make a commitment to adapt if the changes are to have a lasting and positive impact on productivity and results.

The Ultimate Guide to Working From Home

Chart Your Course

Everything you need to work remotely—for an employer or yourself By JENNIFER COOK Updated May 24, 2022 Even before the global pandemic of 2020 made working from home commonplace for millions, a growing number of employees had been saying goodbye to their onerous commutes.

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I Exam: Negative Nuggets of Pessimism or Positive Points of Optimism?

The Practical Leader

In the Shakespearean tragedy titled after the main character, Hamlet ponders his imprisonment by Denmark and the King as well as in his own mind when he says, “There is nothing either good or bad, but thinking makes it so.”

Laura Kriska | How Leaders Close The Us Versus Them Gap In The Workplace

Tanveer Nasser

It’s hard not to feel as though there’s a growing tide of divisiveness spreading across the world, splitting people into us vs. them camps on a variety of issues. Of course, those divisive issues found in various communities and countries inevitably spill into the workplace.

Critical Thinking: Understanding the Real Question

Thought Leaders LLC

When a stakeholder asks you to solve a problem, make sure you understand what’s driving their request. Asking follow-up questions can help you come up with better solutions.

Stop Offering Career Ladders. Start Offering Career Portfolios.

Harvard Business Review

Companies need a more holistic approach to developing talent. Developing employees Career coaching Hiring and recruitment Employee retention Digital Article

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How to Write OKRs: 45 Effective Examples

Many companies are embracing objectives and key results (OKRs) as the best practice for committing to goals and following through. Objectives are outcomes that reflect current company priorities. Each employee should write OKRs that roll up to larger company goals.

Example Answers To “Describe A Challenge You Overcame”

HR Digest

When you need to describe a challenge you overcame, there are many options that you can apply. This kind of interview question is very sensitive and you should answer it in the right way. There are some things to avoid, and these are: Blaming others for some issues. Providing too many details .

Stop Ghosting and Start Saying No

Harvard Business Review

Five ways to manage your time and energy while following through on commitments. Interpersonal communication Business communication Management communication Digital Article

Right to Disconnect: Can your employer call you after work hours

HR Digest

The right to disconnect policy has been gaining traction globally ever since it was made into law by the French government back in 2017. The right to disconnect allows the employees not to answer calls, emails, or text messages from their employers outside of work hours.

4 Ways to Communicate with More Empathy

Harvard Business Review

Not everyone is naturally empathic, but it’s a critical leadership skill. Management communication Management skills Managerial behavior Emotional intelligence Interpersonal communication Digital Article

The 5 Stages of Account-Based Marketing — and How to Win Them All

Successfully complete the five stages of ABM: define, identify, engage, convert, and connect. We’ll show you how to create a unified system with your sales team to help them land more qualified opportunities and connect with prospects like never before.