Fri.Nov 29, 2019

The Two Biggest Lies Leaders Believe

Leadership Freak

Teams suffer when leaders believe lies. Most people won’t speak up when you’re convinced lies are truths. The worst lies leaders believe are the ones they tell themselves.

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Army Of One Or A Fireteam?

Joseph Lalonde

I vividly remember the old Army slogan: Be all that you can be. The Army slogan then changed to: An Army Of One. The Army Of One slogan never sat well with me. Sure, it sounds great to someone who wants to be free and on their own. They can be their own army.


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The Strains And Positives Of Owning A Commercial Building Business

Strategy Driven

The commercial building sector is on fire right now. Never before in the history of humanity, has the desire for office space has been greater. Now you have millions of entrepreneurs, micro and small business owners that are growing at an alarming rate, who all want office space.

Step Beyond Your Comfort Zone

Eric Jacobson

Inspirational leadership wisdom came awhile back from Bahram Akradi, the CEO of Life Time Fitness.

5 Reasons CFOs Invest in Talent Development

In 2021, many of your competitors will invest in talent development software. If you make the right decision, invest in the right software, and if your organization is willing to use it, you can realize five decisive competitive advantages. To see those advantages, download Paycor’s latest guide, 5 Reasons CFOs Invest in Talent Development.

Types of Chargebacks You Should Know About

Strategy Driven

Chargebacks have become a menace for online businesses. You risk losing a lot of money and valuable resources when you don’t pay attention to fighting chargebacks. They are transaction reversals that a buyer issues after purchasing products that did not meet the description or for other reasons.

Why Work Sucks and How to Fix It: The Results-Only Revolution

Roundtable Talk

By: Cali Ressler and Jody Thompson Reviewed by: Glain Roberts-McCabe The Premise: In this groundbreaking (and for many managers, mindboggling) book, authors Jody Thompson and Cali Ressler make the case for how measuring work based on time and not outcomes is outmoded, out-of-date and should be outlawed.

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What Companies That Are Good at Innovation Get Right

Harvard Business

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How to Boost Your Business with Conventional Tote Bags

Strategy Driven

Tote bags are a great way of advertising and promoting your brand. One of the main advantages of tote bags is that you can print your logo on them. There is a lot of space on tote bags to print any logo. This is a good way of promoting your business since people get to see its logo more often.

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For Streaming Services, Navigating Generational Differences Is Key

Harvard Business

The winners will find a profitable niche. Competitive strategy Business models Internet Media Digital Article