Tag Archives | Leadership
D&I

Diversity and Inclusivity: how to foster both

Too often, most of us are a little confused in our thinking about diversity and inclusivity. The two are not interchangeable terms, and aiming for the first goal at the expense of the second is pointless.
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Benefits of “Shadow Company” thinking

Is it better to work with people you do or don't agree with? According to blogger Jody Glynn Patrick the answer is both.
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A leader’s checklist for 2016

What's the key to your success as a leader in 2016? Blogger Jody Glynn Patrick share's her opinion.
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Finding the right pieces

Your education doesn't end once you leave the classroom. Blogger Jason Mueller shares what valuable lesson he learned from a previous employer in this post.
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Navigating the sea of ambiguity

Blogger Jason Mueller tells you why over analysis can be a bad thing.
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Rise to the challenge: Become the leader your team needs

Leaders aren’t chosen. Leaders rise to the challenge. Blogger Mike MacDonald tells you what great leadership looks like and how to become the leader your team needs.
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If it’s meant to be, it’s up to me

Blogger Mike MacDonald shares ways you can take inspiration from the way successful leaders deal with life's many setbacks and road blocks.
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People will work for a living but they will die for recognition

There are lots of ways to motivate your team at work. Blogger Mike MacDonald tells you why encouragement and recognition are more effective tools than fear and punishment.
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The 100-question challenge

Blogger Jody Glynn Patrick shares a unique way to help your organization establish its key initiatives.
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