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Bridging Cultural Differences

Leading in Context

By Linda Fisher Thornton Openness to learning about other cultures has become a necessary component of leadership. To accomplish this, we need an open mind, and a willingness to learn from others who do not think or live as we do.

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From Fiasco to Opportunity: How to Reframe a Team Setback With Better Words

Let's Grow Leaders

What could a shift away from this F-bomb do for team morale, project outcomes, and even workplace culture ? After all, if something is a “failure,” where do you go from there? Follow-up Prompts: “What’s one thing we each learned that we can jot down for our ‘How Not to Do It Again’ manual?

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IT Professional Search: Discovering the Tech Leaders of Tomorrow

N2Growth Blog

Technological advancements, such as artificial intelligence , machine learning, and the Internet of Things, have significantly changed how we live and work. This requires a mindset that is open to learning and a willingness to continuously upgrade skills to stay relevant.

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Five Ways to Build Your Strategic Muscles

Next Level Blog

How does that analysis of what your vision of the future is and what your organization needs to do to skate to where the puck will be? Spend time learning from key customers : Conduct a series of listening tour visits and conversations with key customers. How do they influence and inform your long-term vision? What did I miss?

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7 Ways to Manage a Talent Shortage

In this whitepaper, Paycor examines the top seven things you can do to out-maneuver your competition and win the war for talent in the coming months. Become a company known for learning & training. Download the whitepaper to learn more. Talent is going to be hard to find for a while. Become a company known for benefits.

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Leadership Vulnerability: A Personal Journey Through the Eye of the Storm

Leading Blog

It’s a declaration of strength, signaling a leader’s awareness of their limitations and their willingness to learn and grow. By being open to receiving feedback, leaders demonstrate vulnerability in action—showing they value growth and learning over maintaining an image of infallibility.

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Why “Agree to Disagree” Stinks and What to Say Instead for Better Work Relationships

Let's Grow Leaders

Why “Agree to Disagree” is Trouble Presumptuous Disrespect: When you say, “let’s agree to disagree,” you are telling the other person what they will do – without their agreement, input, or consideration of their perspective. Connection—Do you know one another as human beings? Do I have that right?”

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What Hourly Workers Want More Than Money

Here are the other 7 things you can do to hire and retain when you can’t afford to pay top dollar: Early Access To Pay. Download the guide to learn more. The number one thing workers want more than money is a great boss. Flexible, Predictable Schedules. Paid Time Off & Leave. Paid Time Off & Leave. Equity & Inclusion.