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Paying Attention to Leadership Over Management

October 7, 2022

Five Strategies for Success. Have you ever stopped to pay attention to the difference between leadership and management? One isn’t better than the other necessarily, but they definitely take you down different paths. Management is all about the right here, right now – managing processes and people and staying in the status […]

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Turns out the Great Resignation may be followed by the Great Regret

September 26, 2022

Money Matters By Gene Marks Yes, there’s lots of turnover and people changing jobs – but maybe the problem isn’t all with the employer. Employers across the U.S. have been dealing with a historic shift in labor thanks to the pandemic. We know it as the Great Resignation, and the pundits have been falling over […]

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Do You Have a Culture of Purpose? Or is it Lost in a Silo?

September 15, 2022

By Todd Cohen, CSP Corporate culture is often defined by the silos where people work and toil, not by how people matter. Silos isolate and keep people from engaging and collaborating, and they thwart an understanding of individual value and purpose because silos prevent the bigger picture from being revealed. Silos kill sales, wreck morale […]

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Creating a Culture of Heroes

July 27, 2022

By Kevin D. Brown Creating a culture that drives organizational excellence and customer loyalty is not only essential, it is heroic. More than ever, leaders must focus on and find ways to harness the power of culture by creating a positive, innovative and pliable environment where teammates can become the best version of themselves and […]

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Think Like a Chameleon

May 17, 2022

The Post-Pandemic Work Environment Demands It. By Christine Preusler   Due to an unfortunate position on the food chain, chameleons face their share of challenges, forever dodging the hungry eyes of birds, snakes and mammals. But instead of rolling over, powerless against external circumstances, they take action — rapidly adjusting their colors and patterns to […]

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