Wed.May 24, 2023

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Ethical Leaders Care (Part 2)

Leading in Context

By Linda Fisher Thornton Using an ethics of care changes how we think and act as leaders. It helps us remember that each person is important and that treating each other with care is part of our shared human experience.

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How To Become A Highly Effective Leader Through The Leadership House Framework

Tanveer Naseer

According to a recent leadership study conducted by Korn Ferry, only 17% of executives believe they possess the necessary leadership capabilities to overcome the challenges ahead. Many executives obviously face self-doubts and question their team members’ leadership skills. In my experience, one of the major reasons for this is that.

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The Ultimate Pursuit of Leadership

Leadership Freak

It’s normal to complain; it’s leadership to make something better. The consistent pursuit of improvement yields unfathomable advantage. Improvement is the ultimate pursuit of leadership.

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8 Must-Have Leadership Traits For Current And Future Leaders

Lead from Within

As an executive leadership coach, my clients often ask me what skills are necessary for effective leadership today and in the future. In my experience, there are several core competencies. These traits are crucial for current and future leaders to possess. By developing these skills, leaders can build the confidence and assertiveness. They will be needed to thrive in a constantly changing organizational environment.

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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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Trustworthiness Of Faces And Our Perception Of Fake News

The Horizons Tracker

Our faces play an undoubted role in the trust others have in us. Does the same extend to our belief in fake news? That was the question posed by research from the University of York, which examined the trustworthiness of faces paired with positive and negative news headlines. The researchers highlight that our facial appearance has been shown to play a big part in how others perceive our character, even before we act.

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The Price of Stability: Delving into Disney’s Round Three of Layoffs 2023

HR Digest

In a poignant turn of events, entertainment giant Disney has commenced its third round of layoffs, casting an unsettled shadow of uncertainty and anxiety over its divisions. Disney’s layoffs in 2023 will be handing over pink slips to 2500 employees. The division slated to be impacted by the impending Disney job cuts in round three remains shrouded in mystery.

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The Difficulties Facing Men In “Pink Collar” Jobs

The Horizons Tracker

In a recent article , I explored some of the challenges faced by male nurses (and the urgent need to attract more men into the profession). Nursing is not unique in this regard, however, as research from Skidmore College highlights the lower likelihood that men will seek careers in a wide range of fields traditionally associated with women because of gender bias.

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The Rise of Stablecoins: What You Need to Know

Strategy Driven

For a long time, when you asked people about cryptocurrency, all that came to their mind was Bitcoin. This notion was understandable as Bitcoin was the one who ushered in the cryptocurrency dynasty. However, many people need to be educated that the industry has grown massively and that Bitcoin is no longer the only talk of the town. Bitcoin has done great things in the industry, and there is no doubt about that, but numerous technological advancements are pushing other digital assets to the lim

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Lessons from the Unbreakable Spirit of Inky Johnson

Skip Prichard

A Source of Boundless Inspiration Somewhere early in life we realize that life is a journey filled with unexpected twists. We never know what’s ahead. It may be a job loss or a cancer diagnosis. It may be a relationship that was once bright has now dimmed. I love meeting people who overcome obstacles. If someone faces unprecedented challenge and somehow manages to be positive, it is motivating to me.

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The Advantages of Earning a Business Degree Online

Strategy Driven

Online business degrees are a great option for anyone who wants to earn a degree without disrupting their current lifestyle. They offer many benefits, including flexibility and increased job opportunities. There are several different types of online business degrees to choose from. Whether you are looking for an associate’s or bachelor’s degree, you can find the perfect one.

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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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Study Finds No Publishing Bias Against Novel Research

The Horizons Tracker

For some time there has been a concern in the academic community that journals would be more likely to publish articles that covered familiar topics. According to research from the University of Michigan, it’s a concern that is unwarranted, which shows that journals are more likely to publish papers on studies reporting new findings. The researchers analyzed peer-reviewed data from nearly 50 journals in the physical and life science fields and found that evaluators didn’t show any no

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7 Successful Strategic HR Best Practices to Optimize Performance

HR Digest

While many HR best practices are tried and tested principles that have been around for ages, some things are changing in the year 2023. The lingering effects of a global pandemic have and will continue to change the way we work. What are HR Best Practices? Best practices are a set of HR guidelines and strategies that work universally leading to superior business performance.

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CEOs, Step into the Front Lines or Risk Losing Touch

Harvard Business Review

Driving organizational change requires getting closer to both your employees and customers.

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The Rating Game: Markers of a Flawed Customer Culture

The Practical Leader

Heather and I recently returned from an extended vacation. We had an excellent dining room server every evening and great food. In our third last dinner, he told us about a customer satisfaction survey we’d be receiving when our vacation was over. He emphasized how important the ratings for his service were to his career ambitions. He said, “Please rate me a 10/10.

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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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When to Give Employees Access to Data and Analytics

Harvard Business Review

Five criteria to determine when — and to what degree — to democratize data.

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How to Reinforce a Culture of Accountability

thoughtLEADERS, LLC

Your culture is an important asset, and you need to curate it every single day. Look for opportunities to reinforce the behaviors you want to see. It’s not enough to just build a culture of accountability. You have to strengthen it and reinforce it every single day. This is about the small behaviors adding up to that broader culture. The organization is going to behave in a manner based on what it sees punished or rewarded.

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Why Authentic Leadership Is So Hard

Harvard Business Review

As leaders, we know we’re supposed to be authentic. But that’s often easier said than done.

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To Regulate Big Corporations, Understand How They Got That Way

Harvard Business Review

Big isn’t categorically bad, but it should invite public suspicion and scrutiny.

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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 Small Companies Compete with — and Beat — Big Ones

Harvard Business Review

Strategy lessons from TaoBao’s defeat of eBay in China.

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Azeem on AI: Are Large Language Models the Future of the Web?

Harvard Business Review

Is AI the future of the Web?