How to Make a Difference in a World That’s Changing Faster than Ever

If it’s true that the world is changing faster than ever, how can we adapt and more importantly find work that matters? Jeremy Chandler shares thoughts on Seth Godin’s idea of connection economy.

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Reducing Tension: The Power of “Help Me Understand”

Things are tense. It shouldn’t surprise us. In a pluralistic society, there will be pressure points. However, starting with “Help me understand” is sure to be a tension-reducer.

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Balancing Health and Work: A Call to Be Kind and Gentle to Ourselves

Sometimes it takes an unexpected emergency to get us to refocus. David Grossman shares how he’s reconsidering balancing health and work this year.

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Breaking Through Joy Barriers in Our Organizations

There are many things that threaten to steal our joy at work or at home. Scott Savage shares a few ways he’s found to break through those joy barriers.

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The True Test of Leadership Development: Hiring or Promoting?

What is the true test of leadership development? It relates to hiring or promoting. Investment in leadership development needs to be renewed for your organization’s sake.

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How to Avoid Death by Committee

There’s a fine line between getting feedback on a project and allowing your project to succumb to death by committee. How do you avoid an abundance of unhelpful input?

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A Moment Please: Why We All Need to Take a Minute Occasionally

We get sidetracked all day by emails, texts, phone calls and social media. How much would your productivity improve if you were undisturbed. Maya James shares why it’s important to take a minute occasionally.

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Hope Is a Strategy. You Might Be Surprised Where.

Hope is a strategy. Words together that I never thought realistic. However, followers desire hope in offering enthusiasm for the future. Employee engagement grows through hope.

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Trust and Engagement: A Leadership Jolt to Act

Trust and engagement are declining. We need a leadership jolt and reboot our practices to raise trust and engagement to better levels.

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You’re a Human Being, Not a Human Doing: 3 Steps to Opt Out of the Rat Race

Has life’s busyness got you ready to opt of out the rat race? Guest writer, Randy Conley, encourages us to remember we are human beings not human doings.

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Personal Responsibility Versus Corporate Responsibility: Evolutionary?

Technology and innovations change lives. How we adapt depends on a mix of personal responsibility and corporate responsibility. The truth: It is evolutionary responsibility.

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How to Know if You Are a Know-It-All

Nobody is an expert on everything. So why is our culture overridden with know-it-alls? Here’s how to know if you are one and how to change it if you are.

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