Thu.May 19, 2022

The 3 Opportunities of Conflict

Leadership Freak

“Nothing moves forward in a story except through conflict.” Robert McKee The 3 opportunities of conflict: Interpersonal collisions. Opportunities with people. Inner wrestling. Opportunities to grow. Spiritual uncertainty. Opportunities to clarify values and… Continue reading → Leading

How to Deal With Negative Publicity

Eric Jacobson

Today, we feature an excerpt from the book, The Public Relations Handbook. This section of the book on how to deal with negative publicity is written by Jonathan Dedmon of T he Dilenschneider Group. Invariably, a company or organization will experience bad news, resulting in negative publicity.


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5 Ways to Promote Creativity at Work

Niagara Institute

Creativity is a coveted skill. So much so, that LinkedIn has proclaimed creativity is the most important skill in the world.

Inside the business world of Ulugbekhon Maksumov’s Aksum Group

CEO Insider

It is not by accident or any act of favoritism that Ulugbekhon Maksumov was recently honoured in his home country of Uzbekistan with a commemorative award on the occasion of the country’s 30thindependence anniversary.

How to Write OKRs: 45 Effective Examples

Many companies are embracing objectives and key results (OKRs) as the best practice for committing to goals and following through. Objectives are outcomes that reflect current company priorities. Each employee should write OKRs that roll up to larger company goals.

5 Ways Covid Has Forever Shaped My Leadership

Ron Edmondson

My leadership is different now than it was at the beginning of 2020. Covid has forever shaped my leadership. Five ways Covid has shaped my leadership: More short term planning. I’ve almost dropped the five and 10 your plans from my leadership.

How effectively do your team members “manage up” and manage your involvement in their work?


Our reader poll today asks: How effectively do your team members “manage up” and manage your involvement in their work? Very: They pull me in as needed and keep me well informed 38.43% Somewhat: They involve me but not always in the most effective ways 44.11% Not very: They struggle to figure out how to involve me in their work 8.73% Not at all: They either involve me way too much or not at all 8.73% Pulling Leaders In.

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The 5 Stages of Account-Based Marketing — and How to Win Them All

Successfully complete the five stages of ABM: define, identify, engage, convert, and connect. We’ll show you how to create a unified system with your sales team to help them land more qualified opportunities and connect with prospects like never before.

Twitch CEO Emmett Shear Says “Still Work to Be Done” to Make Streaming Platforms Safer in Wake of Buffalo Tragedy

Harvard Business

“That kind of violence, that kind of hate … [doesn’t] have any place anywhere in our society, or especially on Twitch.”