Tue.Jan 31, 2023

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Leadership Is An Endurance Sport

Joseph Lalonde

People regularly ask me why I continue to participate in endurance sports. These endurance sports range from half marathons, to biking, and more. Endurance sports push my body and mind to the limits. You have to prepare to succeed in any such endeavor. Long runs require many hours of training and conditioning when you don’t feel like practicing.

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Does Your Leadership Suffer From Proximity Bias?

Rich Gee Group

Proximity bias describes how managers treat workers who are physically closer to them more favorably. To overcome and instill a culture of excellence anywhere, leaders should:
 1. Establish clear communication channels. Encourage virtual communication, such as regular video calls, instant messaging, and email, to ensure everyone is on the same page.

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Advice to My Younger Self

Leadership Freak

You see who you are by reflecting on who you were. One way to practice self-reflection is to give advice to your younger self. I’ve done this a few times over the years.

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10 Important Conversations to Have When Building a High-Performing Team

Lead from Within

It’s important for leaders to communicate with their teams in order to build and develop high-performing teams. By regularly having open and honest communication with team members, leaders can better understand their needs, provide support, and address any issues or challenges that may arise. When leaders want to build a high-performing team; here are the top ten conversations to have: What are our goal and expectations?

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Recruit and Retain New Blue-Collar Talent

Blue-collar jobs have a branding problem. One company, GEON, partnered with Paycor to find the solution. Learn how to attract, engage, and retain blue-collar employees, helping them build meaningful careers – and support your company’s goals.

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3 Critical Connections You’re Missing without Internal Branding

Women on Business

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Unspoken Rules Of Mascot Marketing Every Brand Must Follow

Strategy Driven

While digital marketing has emerged as a transitional trend in the branding landscape, some strategies continue to go strong. For example, brand mascots are still crucial, and they will never be outdated when it comes to promoting brands. In fact, you can use them to fuel promotions across all channels, from retail settings to print ads, TV, business events, websites, and social media.

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Your Next Mindset Shift as a Consulting Firm Leader

David A Fields

Consulting firm leaders traverse an interesting, attitudinal path, with numerous inflection points. If you’re like the majority of leaders, your thoughts about parts of your consulting practice will shift dramatically as your firm grows. Why is knowing a typical progression important? Imagine two different teams attempt the same escape room (at different times).

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Academic Output Controlled By A Minority Of Universities

The Horizons Tracker

As in other walks of life, the flow of ideas benefits greatly from a diverse range of inputs. Research from the University of Colorado Boulder suggests that in the US, this doesn’t really occur, with just five universities dominating the flow of ideas. Indeed, the study suggests that 1-in-8 tenure-track faculty members operating in the US were trained in just five universities (Harvard, Stanford, UC Berkeley, the University of Michigan, and the University of Wisconsin-Madison). “We a

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How To Build A World-Class Culture

Eric Jacobson

“When it comes to culture, one of the most glaring issues is that far too many leaders do not recognize it as one of their greatest competitive advantages,” says Matt Mayberry , author of the new book, Culture Is The Way. Mayberry, former linebacker for the Chicago Bears and now keynote speaker and global expert in leadership development, culture change, and organizational performance, took the lessons he learned on the field and in the locker room straight to the boardroom.

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Hotel Housing Works Well For Homeless Individuals

The Horizons Tracker

Placing homeless people in hotel settings rather than makeshift shelters is a concept that while not new, grew in popularity during the Covid pandemic as concerns mounted about the chances of the virus spreading. The researchers quizzed people who had been moved into such hotels from shelters. The respondents consistently said that the hotel provided more stability, not least due to having access to amenities, a sense of privacy, and a consistent room.

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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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7 Guarantees I Can Make About Leadership

Ron Edmondson

I can make some guarantees about leadership. And I don’t make many. I once had a leader who was an emphatic talker. Statements were made with no reservation in them about things – honestly – I simply didn’t believe. He would say stuff such as, “ There is no way this would ever work.” Really? No way? Maybe the chance is limited, but no way?

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Does Switching Jobs Help In Pay Raise?

HR Digest

How do you get a pay raise? You could ask for one. You could also switch jobs , which is generally considered to be a more promising strategy. But does job switching for a pay raise actually work? It turns out that people who switch jobs tend to earn more than those who stay put. In fact, recent data from the Pew Research Center shows that the average employee who switches jobs earns about 10% more than their previous salary when they make their move.

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Adwords trainer & Adwords training

Rapid BI

Do you need an adwords trainer - or are you better learning the skills yourself - is really learning how to use 4 lines of content beyond anyone without one-to-one training? The post Adwords trainer & Adwords training appeared first on RapidBI.

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One Size Does Not Fit All

Roundtable Talk

The pressure is on for companies to equip and engage their talent to be able to retain leaders and high-potentials, prevent quiet quitting and avoid a scramble to find suitable new employees. Employees throughout your organization understand that they need to acquire new skills and behaviours to be able to rise to new challenges. … One Size Does Not Fit All Read More » The post One Size Does Not Fit All appeared first on The Roundtable.

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10 HR Metrics to Track in 2024

Discover the power of HR metrics. Master recruiting, control skyrocketing labor costs, and reduce turnover rates. Get insights into key metrics like Time-to-Fill, Cost-per-Hire, and Turnover Rate. Equip your business for success in 2024.

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LeadershipNow 140: January 2023 Compilation

Leading Blog

Here are a selection of tweets from January 2023 that you will want to check out: The Power of Encouragement by @KevinPaulScott Leading Leaders: Remove The Backfire of Ambush by @KateNasser The CEOs of Lego and Deloitte debate whether businesses should get political via @raconteur You don’t want to have CEOs that have an opinion about everything The Road Less Traveled – 5 Tips if You’re Stepping Off the Beaten Path by @suzimcalpine Don’t Drop the Glass Balls from @wallybock Designing A Bug-Free

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A Deeper Understanding of Creativity at Work

Harvard Business Review

BetterUp’s Gabriella Rosen Kellerman and the University of Pennsylvania’s Marty Seligman on finding new paths to good ideas.

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Three Ways to Improve Your Personal Brand Skills as an Entrepreneur

Strategy Driven

There is no doubting the fact that personal branding has become huge over the past few years and is only set to grow in popularity over the next few months. With social media becoming an acceptable (and arguably necessary) place for entrepreneurs to be seen, neglecting to build a personal brand is a rank disadvantage. Why? Because people buy from people.

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How to Quit — and Leave the Door Open to Coming Back

Harvard Business Review

You never know when an opportunity will arise.

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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.

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How to Determine If Someone Is Trustworthy

Frank Sonnenberg Online

[pinit count=”horizontal”] Think about why you trust some people and mistrust others. What is it about their behavior that makes you feel that way? How do you determine if someone is trustworthy ? 25 Ways to Determine If Someone Is Trustworthy Here are 25 ways to determine whether someone can be trusted. Do these thoughts cross your mind: “I can always count on him.

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How a Parent’s Experience at Work Impacts Their Kids

Harvard Business Review

A multi-year study following more than 370 low-wage families found that children’s developmental outcomes were significantly affected by their parents’ work lives.

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8 Strategies for Chief Data Officers to Create — and Demonstrate — Value

Harvard Business Review

Because the role is poorly understood, CDOs need to show how they add value to their organizations.

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Addressing Racial Discrimination on Airbnb

Harvard Business Review

How can platform companies, like Airbnb, reduce bias online?

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2024 Payroll Calendar Templates

These calendars provide pay period dates and paydays for biweekly, semi-monthly, and monthly payroll in 2024. Use them as a reminder or share with employees so they can celebrate payday.