Sat.Feb 24, 2018

“. masterful storytelling” — Stacie Tyson

In the CEO Afterlife

Stacie Tyson is the prolific reader and history buff behind the book blog, Pursuing Stacie. Not long ago, I asked if she would mind reviewing The Circumstantial Enemy. Here’s what she had to say: Alright Friends, you know how much of a total history nerd I am.

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Ten Minutes!

Execupundit

I recall an article in The Wall Street Journal a few years back that revealed the results of a study - yes, there is always a study of some sort - finding that the makers of microwavable food sought to keep their products' cooking times within 10 minutes.

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Motivating and Rewarding Your Global Workforce

Chart Your Course

Remote work has become more popular than ever. It’s not just domestic companies that are employing remote workers, either. A growing number of international companies are now hiring workers from anywhere, PayScale says.

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Novels for Leaders

Execupundit

This is not just a great, and very funny, book about politics. There are leadership lessons to be gleaned in Frank Skeffington's attempt to be re-elected as mayor of Boston. Several film versions of the novel have been made. All are pale reflections of the book

Solution Saturday: Help We’re Stuck and Sinking

Leadership Freak

Dear Dan, Our organization is stuck. We’re losing energy and declining. What suggestions do you have for getting unstuck? Sincerely, Nervous about the future Dear Nervous, Thanks for your question. Apart from intervention,… Continue reading → Purpose Solution Saturday Solutions Leadership Leadership Development organizational success

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Three Levels of Trust

Execupundit

The multi-talented Tanmay Vora, who is often recognized as one of the top HR bloggers in India, does a sketchnote of Randy Conley's three levels of trust in relationships

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