Wed.Jan 25, 2023

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Leadership Questions For The New Year

Leading in Context

By Linda Fisher Thornton What will 2023 be like? We've been through so much over the past few years. Will things be better? Whatever happens, the start of a new year is a great time to take stock of our leadership strengths and areas for improvement.

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How To Overcome Self-Doubt About Your Ability To Lead | Leadership Espresso Shot 45

Tanveer Naseer

Over the past several months I’ve had some interesting conversations with leaders who attended one of my keynotes or workshops. In particular, what was noteworthy was this common thread underlining each of these conversations.


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The Secrets to Self-Leadership

Leadership Freak

I thought self-leadership was gobbledygook when I first heard the term. You live in frustration when leadership begins with others. You think you need new people; your team is lousy, but leadership begins… Continue reading → Leading Leadership Development self reflection

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How Leadership Coaching Is Helping CEOs Through Uncertain Times

Lead from Within

Navigating uncertainty as a CEO can be a challenging task. With so many variables and unknowns in today’s business world, it can be difficult to know which direction to take. That’s where experienced executive leadership coaches come in.

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HR Playbook: How Paycor Helps You Manage Compliance Risk

There are few certainties in life. Death. Taxes. Changing compliance laws. Keeping up is a full-time job many companies can’t staff. That’s why finding the right HR provider is critical. Learn how Paycor helps you stay ahead. Download the guide today!

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Don't Spin Your Team In Circles

Eric Jacobson

A manager who can't make a decision or who can't make a timely decision will frustrate his/her employees. Equally bad, a lack of decision will impede the progress of the manager's team. Some managers make endless requests for data as a way to postpone their having to make a decision.

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How to Identify and Motivate Slackers on Your Team


You put in a lot of time and energy into leading slackers, but you don’t get anything back in terms of results. Your job as a leader is to figure out what will motivate them to perform. One type of detractor you might deal with is a slacker.

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We’ve GOT to Stop Meeting Like This

The Practical Leader

Shopify’s recent announcement about canceling, banning, and restricting meetings is the wrong solution to a huge problem. It’s throwing a deflated pool toy to someone who’s drowning. Meetings can energize or enervate.

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5 Challenges Adding Structure as an Organization Grows

Ron Edmondson

As an organization grows, adding structure will be required to sustain it. Frankly, I think there is value in unstructured growth. We shouldn’t be afraid of growth we cannot understand.

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Bridging the Global Gender Gap in STEM

CEO Insider

Women continue to be underrepresented in STEM fields. Bridging the gap requires attention and investment from both educators and employers. Much ink has been spilled about the gender gap in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math).

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Book Review: You2

Roundtable Talk

Book: You2 By: Price Pritchett Reviewed by: Glain Roberts-McCabe The Premise: Forget incremental change, in You2 psychologist Price Prichett challenges you to multiply your personal effectiveness in quantum leaps.

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Investing in HR Software: How to Get Internal Buy-in

Buying HR software is a major decision. That’s why finding the right provider based on your needs and ensuring key decision makers are on board is vital. Download Paycor’s guide for tips to address common concerns across your buying committee.

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The Biggest Business Mistakes in a Recession

CEO Insider

The most common mistake businesses make in recessionary times is failing to plan their post-recession strategy Many leaders look back at 2007 through 2009 as a tough time to be in business. But 2010 was even harder.

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Hustle Culture Is Not What Gen Z Believes, and We Completely Agree

HR Digest

We thought it would be good to take some time out of our day to write about something that is not going to go unnoticed. The fact of the matter is, we have heard from so many different sources about hustle culture, and Gen Z does not believe in it. And we completely agree.

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Why Success Doesn’t Lead to Satisfaction

Harvard Business Review

It’s time to confront your unhealthy relationship with achievement. Personal growth and transformation Psychology and neuroscience Managing yourself Digital Article

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Women Get “Nicer” Feedback — and It Holds Them Back

Harvard Business Review

Research found that a fictional “Sarah” got much kinder feedback than “Andrew,” even when their performance was identical. Giving feedback Gender Developing employees Managing employees Digital Article

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The HR Leader’s Guide to Recruiting & Hiring

62% of Paycor survey respondents say we’re in a permanent talent shortage. By 2030, we’ll see more jobs than workers (BCG). Download Paycor’s guide to learn how to write killer job descriptions, make better hiring decisions and evaluate candidates.

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How to Work with Your Unionizing Employees

Harvard Business Review

Approaches that will lead to better outcomes for both workers and employers. Business and society Labor Business ethics Digital Article

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