Wed.Sep 22, 2021

Seeing Past Our Point of View

Leading in Context

By Linda Fisher Thornton Have you noticed the steady increase in the complexity of navigating our daily lives? It feels like we have too many choices, too much information, and not enough time.

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REWIRE Your Thinking And Transform Your Life

Lead Change Blog

The truth is, you have the ability to create lasting change in your life. You always have a choice; you are not stuck or bound by a fixed set of capacity or capability. Changing your life requires a change in thinking. .

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Adam Bryant On The Challenges Leaders Need To Master To Succeed At Leadership

Tanveer Naseer

If you enjoy reading interviews of CEOs sharing what shapes their understanding and approach to leadership, chances are you’ve probably read one of the over 500 interviews Adam Bryant wrote for his popular New York Times column, “Corner Office”.

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Why You Need to Stop Fighting Arrogance

Leadership Freak

Arrogance is a beast that never tires, never stops, and can’t be defeated. It never compromises. Arrogance never cohabitates with your best self. Arrogance is an enemy that dilutes the joys of life… Continue reading → Humility arrogance humility

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Employee Safety During COVID-19: Compliance Toolkit

Stay compliant with Paycor’s COVID-19 Action Plan FAQs and templates toolkit.

Leadership Communication Training: Expectations v. Reality | Rainmaker

Sales Wolf Blog

Smart CEOs, managers, and leaders are relentless in improving their team’s communication skills because they understand the value of strong team communication including higher productivity, higher profitability, and reduced stress.

Picking Alternatives to Email

Kevin Eikenberry

You tell me – is email the best thing since sliced bread or the bane of your work existence? Chances are you have considered it to be both – perhaps on the same day. My colleague and co-author Wayne Turmel wrote a great post with the same title on our Remote Leadership Institute blog and […].

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Email can be a wonderful tool, if used properly. You likely use email as a communication channel in the workplace even more now that more employees are working remotely, but it’s important to consider its limitations and not overload your employees’ inboxes.

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Booklet Advertising: Is It Still Effective In 2021?

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According to a study conducted by Bentley University in the United States, people value printable materials that can be touched. And why not? After all, digital fatigue can take a toll on anyone’s life. All you would need to feel human again is the sense of touch.

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Recently I was asked if I could deliver an online workshop for executive team leaders to “relearn/develop trust and empowerment in his/her team members when the team members feel they are not getting the trust or empowerment from their leader to do their jobs.

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It’s very easy to feel incredibly overwhelmed when you are trying to manage a small company. If you want to simplify the process or if you want to make your small business management, feel easier then this is the guide for you. Automate your Operation.

Mandatory COVID Vaccination Policy Template

The federal government is developing a rule requiring employers with more than 100 employees ensure their workers are vaccinated or produce a negative COVID test weekly before entering the workplace. So, what can your organization do to prepare? Get Paycor’s COVID Vaccination Policy Template to help communicate important details to your employees.

12 Ways to”Shoot Yourself in the Foot” as a Pastor

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Want to “shoot yourself in the foot” as a pastor? Hopefully, through this blog and my conference speaking I have established myself as someone that loves pastors. I came into vocational ministry mid-career and it gave me a unique perspective on the role. I want pastors to succeed.

What It Takes To Turn Your Failing Business Around

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It takes a great deal of effort, timing, and entrepreneurial skills to build a business from scratch. Therefore, it can be heartbreaking to see your hard work not paying off or performing as it should. A 2019 report by the National Business Capital indicated that although 6.5

How To Make Your New Hire Feel Like Part of the Team

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Employers and managers across the country are facing major issues when it comes to hiring.

What You Need To Run a Successful Marketing Campaign In Business

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Setting up and establishing your business is just one aspect of running a successful marketing campaign, when you are a business owner. Maintaining it so that you are continually successful is also necessary. You need to be able to run an efficient promotional campaign to keep your business afloat.

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.

Accepting Your Team’s Failures

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The way you react to failure has a big impact on your team’s future performance and culture. Make sure you handle failures constructively. As much as we like to celebrate success, there are going to be failures. They’re not fun and they can derail a team if you don’t handle the failure well. When there is failure, the first thing to remember is to avoid blame. Turn it into a learning opportunity.

Investment Mistakes Every Beginner Needs To Avoid

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Even in the face of the current global pandemic and financial insecurity, the world of investment seems to maintain steady growth, with new investors taking up opportunities to grow their money. Recent studies showed that 15% of stock market investors in the US alone started in 2020.

Leader, if it’s driving you crazy

Ron Edmondson

Leader, if it is “ driving you crazy” (Which is a phrase I often hear leaders say about their organization, their team members, or things that are impacting them at the time.) .

4 Straightforward IT Solutions To Improve Your Small Business

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If you are running a small business, IT will be an integral part of your day-to-day operations. Do you face any issues within your small business when it comes to IT management? Would you know what to do if there was a potential data breach? Are your systems secure?

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A Futurist’s Guide to Preparing Your Company for Constant Change

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Are Direct Mail Postcards a Legitimate Marketing Strategy in 2021?

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Just because there are newer methods of marketing does not mean the old tried-and-true methods no longer work. The trick is to do it right. Direct mail postcards can still be a great marketing tool if they are done correctly.

Pandemic triggers ‘Great Resignation’ as workers reassess work-life balance

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The Covid-19 pandemic turned the world upside down. While some have been pushed out of work by furloughs and layoffs, others are quitting in a bid to seek greater work-life balance, a trend that has been dubbed the “Great Resignation.”. According to the US Department of Labor , roughly 11.5

Our Brains Were Not Built for This Much Uncertainty

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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.

[Infographic] I Made A Mistake At Work: The Do’s And Don'ts

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Talk to anyone who has been in the workforce for a while and they will have a list of mistakes they’ve made over the years. Everyone makes mistakes. The difference lies in how we respond to the mistakes we make. Here are the do’s and don'ts for the next time you find yourself in this situation.

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How to Be a Smart Contrarian

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