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Five Heart Habits of Uncommon Leaders

Leadership Freak

It’s another great book giveaway. 20 copies available!!

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Finding Your Ikigai Or Purpose In life

CoachStation

Ikigai, translating to "a reason for being," is a concept that encapsulates the essence of living a fulfilled and balanced life. It offers an approach to living, blending joy, purpose, and balance into every day. Ikigai encourages us to live with a clear sense of direction and with gratitude. Whether you're searching for meaning, or simply wishing to deepen your understanding of yourself, Ikigai provides a framework for improvement.

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Discover the 4 Resilient Strategies for Leading in the Face of Failure

Lead from Within

When it comes to leadership, setbacks and failures are they norm. They are not roadblocks but stepping stones towards growth. Every leader, no matter how accomplished, encounters challenges that test their resilience. It’s during these moments of adversity that true leadership shines. Here, we’ll delve into four resilient strategies that leaders can employ when faced with failure.

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The Main Pros and Cons of the Real Estate Market in New Zealand and Indonesia

Women on Business

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How to Build the Ideal HR Team

HR doesn’t exist in a vacuum. This work impacts everyone: from the C-Suite to your newest hire. It also drives results. Learn how to make it all happen in Paycor’s latest guide.

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The Art of Reconnecting… Or, Is It Time to Walk Away? [Consulting Firm Success Practice]

David A Fields

You can easily master a valuable technique that will improve your consulting firm’s new business pipeline. However, the article also requires your participation. You’re willing to play along? Great, let’s dive in! The 1:1:1 message is incredibly effective for warming up cool connections and fanning life into almost-dead relationships. (If you’re not familiar with the … Continued The post The Art of Reconnecting… Or, Is It Time to Walk Away?

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Overcoming Technology Career Change Challenges: A Roadmap to Success

Women on Business

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The real change makers: how middle managers can transform culture

Chartered Management Institute

Advice: The real change makers: how middle managers can transform culture Written by Beth Gault Tuesday 27 February 2024 Share Share to Twitter Share to Facebook Share to LinkedIn Share via email In the second part of our series on culture change, we explore the crucial role of middle managers, and how they can be instrumental in transforming organisations The average middle manager is unlikely to feel like the hero of their organisation.

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What Has Changed? Almost Everything.

CEO Insider

Recently, after giving a keynote at a major conference about The New Political Capitalism I was asked a question: “But business has always had a political dimension. So, what has changed?” Good question. The answer – almost everything has changed. What a business is for? The first thing that has changed is that the Milton […] The post What Has Changed?

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How Misinformation Undermines Faith In Politician’s Honesty

The Horizons Tracker

Researchers from Graz University of Technology conducted an international study looking at millions of tweets posted by members of the U.S. Congress in the last ten years. They found that both Republican and Democratic politicians have been sharing more of their beliefs and opinions, along with information based on evidence. However, among Republicans, expressing their sincere beliefs and opinions was often linked to less reliable sources of information.

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Bridge the Gap Between Your Real and Ideal Self

Frank Sonnenberg Online

[pinit count=”horizontal”] Bridge the Gap Between Your Real and Ideal Self Ever wonder why there’s a gap between who you are and who you want to become? If there’s a meaningful gap between who you are and who you aspire to be , ask yourself why. Do you arbitrarily set priorities, make choices, or act without intention? Remember, if you don’t have a goal in mind, you can’t expect to achieve it.

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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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The Conflict Between What’s Good For Individuals And Groups

The Horizons Tracker

Humans are known for being really good at adapting to different situations. This is because we pass down knowledge and technology from one generation to the next. A study from the University of Pennsylvania recently found something interesting. It turns out there’s a bit of a conflict between what’s good for individual people and what’s good for groups.

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7 Powerful Questions Leaders Should Use Often

Ron Edmondson

Questions are a powerful tool for every leader. The greatest leaders I know ask lots of questions. Whenever I consult with leaders, one of the first things I do is analyze what questions the leader is asking. You only get answers to questions you ask. The better the questions – the better the answers. Questions can challenge, encourage discussion, and discover better ways of doing things.

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Transparency Around Diversity Initiatives Helps To Build Trust

The Horizons Tracker

While there have been growing efforts to increase the racial diversity of workforces in recent years, it’s fair to say that those efforts haven’t always run smoothly. Research from Boston University shows that when firms are transparent about those difficulties, they’re perceived as more trustworthy and committed to the job. “We suspect that many companies fear that revealing lagging diversity numbers will undermine their reputation and credibility, so they don’t di

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Book Review: Opening Your Presence – Presenting the YOU You Want Others to See

Roundtable Talk

Book: Opening Your Presence – Presenting the YOU You Want Others to See By: Greta Muller Reviewed by: Shelby Brown The Premise: Opening Your Presence: Presenting the YOU You Want Others to See by Greta Muller is an insightful guide that navigates the complexities of self-presentation and personal branding. In this book, Greta Muller, offers […] The post Book Review: Opening Your Presence – Presenting the YOU You Want Others to See appeared first on The Roundtable.

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The Complete People Management Toolkit

From welcoming new team members to tough termination decisions, each employment lifecycle phase requires a balance of knowledge, empathy & legal diligence.

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The Lingering Cost of Instant Fashion

Harvard Business Review

Consumers should understand the side effects of business models — particularly the privatization of profit and the socialization of costs, including human and environmental harm.

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How to Get People to Seize Opportunities at Work

Harvard Business Review

People don’t always make use of opportunities and programs offered to them. Organizations can find ways to improve the take-up rates of products and programs by utilizing concepts from behavioral economics. These techniques have been used to convince more citizens to apply for tax benefits and more franchised hotels to use a new algorithmic pricing system, among other examples.

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A New Generation of Drug Therapies Requires New Business Strategies

Harvard Business Review

The shift to advanced therapeutic modalities (ATMs) promises to change the nature of competition in the pharmaceuticals industry. ATMs include engineered cell therapies that reprogram cells to fight disease, gene therapies that involve replacing or editing dysfunctional genes, and nucleic acid therapies that promote or shut down production of a protein.

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Investing in the Development of Young, Remote Employees

Harvard Business Review

With the ascent of remote and hybrid teams over the past few years, the landscape of our work has undergone a profound transformation. Many young professionals started their careers during this tumultuous period, interviewing for and starting new jobs in remote environments. Smart companies are taking proactive steps to support this cohort’s professional development.

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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 Could Harvard Decarbonize Its Supply Chain?

Harvard Business Review

Tracking and measuring carbon emissions play important roles in the university’s efforts to decarbonize its supply chain.

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Rethinking Growth at All Costs

Harvard Business Review

A conversation with HBS professor Gary Pisano about setting realistic, strategic goals.

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