Wed.Jun 22, 2022

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Seeing The Facets of Facts Part 2

Leading in Context

By Linda Fisher Thornton Building on last week's post about Seeing the Facets of Facts, this week I'm digging into the dangers of "Partialized Facts." When I say "Partialized Facts" I refer to treating one perspective on an issue that is only part of the picture as the whole truth. I have seen it happen so many times. It's time to call it what it is.

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2 Dangers for Arrogant Leaders

Leadership Freak

I grew up in an anti-authoritarian time, the 60’s, and lived in a self-reliant culture of farmers in Central Maine. High self-reliance combined with an anti-authoritarian spirit lends itself to arrogance. #1.

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Pros and Cons of Running a Business Internationally

Women on Business

Brought to you by Inovio Payments: Advances in technology have meant that business owners are able to expand and grow beyond their immediate areas. Even the smallest of companies can reach customers globally thanks to their utilization of social media and company websites. Going international has plenty of benefits such as increasing your target audience, […].

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Get Out Of Your Comfort Zone! 11 Tips To “Shake Things Up”

CEO Insider

I want you to imagine that when you wake up tomorrow, everything you do will be done to the best of your ability. You’ll give 110% effort to each activity you’ve planned for your day, disregarding any fears you may have. No obstacles. No negative thinking. No procrastination. Do you think this attitude will impact […]. The post Get Out Of Your Comfort Zone!

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New DOL Final Overtime Rules: Quickstart Guide for Employers

There’s a new overtime salary threshold that will impact employers across the country. If you have an employee making less than $43,888 on July 1 or less than $58,656 on January 1, you’re going to have to start paying overtime. Download Paycor’s guide to learn: Which groups of employees are affected? How should you classify employees? Best ways to mitigate risk.

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Pros and Cons of Running a Business Internationally

Women on Business

We've Moved! Update your Reader Now. This feed has moved to: [link] If you haven't already done so, update your reader now with this changed subscription address to get your latest updates from us. [link].

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Being Authentic: Whether to Involve Your Company in Social Causes, And How

CEO Insider

Face it. Your company taking a stance on a social issue won’t yield a perfect outcome. Committing to a social cause means being in league with others who are imperfect and, in some way, for reasons fair or unfair, offends someone else. No person or organization is perfect. If your organization doesn’t take a stance […]. The post Being Authentic: Whether to Involve Your Company in Social Causes, And How appeared first on CEOWORLD magazine.

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The Strategic Planning Process

thoughtLEADERS, LLC

Laying out your organization’s strategic plan can be overwhelming. Follow these steps to keep your strategic planning process simple and effective. . Strategic planning is an inherently simple process. There are some major tools and steps that you’re going to follow as you pull together your strategic plan. . First, you need to set direction and stay in a lane.

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What Do We Think Of When We Imagine A Boring Person?

The Horizons Tracker

There are probably a few characteristics that spring to mind when we think of a boring person, with perhaps a lack of a sense of humor being top of the list. This was confirmed in recent research from the University of Essex, which asked volunteers to jot down the typical features of a boring person. This includes things like their hobbies and professions as well as their personalities.

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Surfing or Sinking on the Waves of Ceaseless Change

The Practical Leader

How well does this describe our world today? These social and economic changes… were uneven and unsettling. They opened up differentials between groups and between different societies. They spawned lust for wealth, envy, and distrust of neighbors. They led to overseas wars, unequal taxation, social turmoil, and the questioning of established authority, royal and religious.

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Are Conferences Still Worth It?

The Horizons Tracker

The pandemic period saw most physical conferences shift online, and while 2022 has seen more events happen in person again, we are still some way below the peak. Research from Northwestern University explores whether it is still worthwhile for scientists to attend conferences, and finds that the general answer remains yes. The researchers found that when scientists interact with their peers during sessions, they’re more likely to then form productive collaborations with those people than t

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How to Stay Competitive in the Evolving State of Martech

Marketing technology is essential for B2B marketers to stay competitive in a rapidly changing digital landscape — and with 53% of marketers experiencing legacy technology issues and limitations, they’re researching innovations to expand and refine their technology stacks. To help practitioners keep up with the rapidly evolving martech landscape, this special report will discuss: How practitioners are integrating technologies and systems to encourage information-sharing between departments and pr

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RELP – Episode 52 – Inexpensive Development Options Any Team Can Afford

Ron Edmondson

In this episode of The Ron Edmondson Leadership Podcast Ron and Chandler Vannoy share inexpensive development options any team can afford. Most leaders would agree that development is an important part of team improvement. Often the results you achieve are a direct result of the intentional effort to develop the team. But development can become expensive on already stretched budgets.

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Facial Expressions Help Smooth Relations Between Robots And Humans

The Horizons Tracker

As robots have become a more common feature of workplaces, and indeed a host of other locations, their interactions with humans have become more important. This has prompted analysis of the design of the robots, and particularly the design of their faces in order to understand how best to facilitate interaction between man and machine. For instance, research from the U.S.

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Need Growth Capital? Common Signs It’s Time to Seek Out Capital Investment

CEO Insider

A common roadblock to growing your business and reaching full potential is the lack of monetary investment required to seize an opportunity and fund your operations. Capital investment is the acquisition of physical assets for use in furthering your long-term business goals. Capital investment can come from a wide variety of sources such as financial […].

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The LGBTQ Wage Gap – Present and Rising

HR Digest

The LGBTQ wage gap is a phenomenon that many are not even aware of. How do we combat something when people are not even aware of its existence? LGBTQ wage gap issues go against every tenet of diversity, inclusion, and equality. Nobody should be discriminated against on the basis of age, race, gender, sexual orientation, or disability. However, new findings reveal that reality is becoming the norm.

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Individual Development Plan Template

There’s no way around it: sometimes employees need your help. Use this free template to clarify expectations, share resources, and set a timeline. Best case scenario, this process helps them improve. Worst case, your great recordkeeping keeps you compliant even if they move on. Download the template today!

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The Great Resignation Stems from a Great Exploration

Harvard Business Review

If leaders embrace the moment with empathy and support, they can set up their people for personal and professional growth.

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How AI Can Make Strategy More Human

Harvard Business Review

It’s opening up a new world of strategy innovation.

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Small Actions Make Great Leaders

Harvard Business Review

Takeaways from an analysis of more than 1,000 leadership moments.

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Upcoming Hiatus: What to Listen to While We’re Away

Harvard Business Review

While Exponential View takes a break, we have a challenge for you.

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ABM Evolution: How Top Marketers Are Using Account-Based Strategies

In times of economic uncertainty, account-based strategies are essential. According to several business analysts and practitioners, ABM is a necessity for creating more predictable revenue. Research shows that nearly three-quarters of marketers (74%) already have the resources needed to build successful ABM programs.