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Leadership Perspective from Desert Island Donkeys

Let's Grow Leaders

“There’s nothing more deceptive than an obvious fact.” – Arthur Conan Doyle. Leadership perspective creates different kinds of creative solutions that make far more sense and have more support than the limited but obvious approach you might have started with. Many times, particularly as a leader, a tough question is way more important than having an easy answer, and a discussion is more valuable than the dictate.

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10 Powerful Things Great Leaders Should Say Every Day

Lead from Within

Great leaders understand the power of words. They use their words to inspire, motivate, and guide their team. They also know that the words they choose can have a significant impact on their team’s performance and morale. Here are 10 powerful things that great leaders should say every day: “Thank you.” Recognition and appreciation are crucial for building strong teams.

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7 Questions to Create Brag Time

Leadership Freak

Give team members brag time in one-on-one meetings. Bad stuff: Bad overshadows good. You’re rightly concerned about making things better and solving problems. But constant concerns suck the life out of people.

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3 Things I Learned From Silicon Valley VCs This Month

CEO Insider

This month I had my biannual chance to be a fly on the wall while Silicon Valley Investor Partners had a very candid, frank conversation with a group of Seed/A startups that had already raised sizable rounds during the “party” of 2021 funding. The companies gave a “Quick Pitch” and the investors gave unusually candid […] The post 3 Things I Learned From Silicon Valley VCs This Month appeared first on CEOWORLD magazine.

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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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Appealing Career Paths When Pursuing an MBA in Supply Chain Management

Strategy Driven

Students can choose various career paths when pursuing an MBA in supply chain management. These include supply chain managers, logisticians, and management analysts. The right career path for you may depend on your specific interests and background. However, these options are a good start to understanding what kind of career you’d like to pursue.

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LGBT-Friendly Workplace: 3 Ways to Make It Inclusive

HR Digest

Creating an LGBT-friendly workplace isn’t just the right thing to do, it makes business sense, too. “Inclusive workplaces ensure employees are safe, respected and able to fully contribute” says Jackie Ferguson, Head of Content & Programming at The Diversity Movement. As LGBTQ professionals are more able to be out at work, it’s every company’s responsibility to make its queer-friendly workplace by improving LGBTQ+ inclusion at work and creating an inclusive work culture to make queer em

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Boosting Productivity: Generative AI’s Impact On The Workplace

HR Digest

Generative AI , also known as artificial intelligence encompasses technology that possesses the ability to be ‘trained’ to tackle inquiries through text or other outputs. Following the introduction of ChatGPT, a popular generative AI tool developed by Microsoft-backed OpenAI, generative AI’s impact on the workplace has become a buzzworthy topic in the corporate landscape.

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6 Pitching Techniques to Use When Budgets Are Tight

Harvard Business Review

How to persuade a client or senior executive to spend their limited resources.

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How — and When — Should Companies Engage in the Political Process?

Harvard Business Review

A new set of principles to encourage responsibility, legitimacy, accountability, and transparency.