A Formula Every Leader Should Know for Activating Change

Humans are innately resistant to change, which can be a challenge for leaders. When you face that challenge, consider this formula for Activating Change.

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How Time and Money Can Activate Professional Change

Sometimes, activating professional moments sneak up on us. How do we change when they do. Here’s how Maya James allowed time and money to activate professional change.

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Maximizing Collaborative Value Instead of Maximizing Shareholder Value

Maximizing collaborative value needs to replace maximizing shareholder value. A singular focus on shareholders displaces the greater purpose of a business.

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How Millennials are Reshaping the Role of Human Resources

Is there anything your human resources department can do to stop the attrition of Millennial employees? Using these tactics to create a workplace with a rich and inclusive culture is an important place to start.

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In Business and Baseball: Adaptation is Key

In business and in baseball there is a constant need for adaptation. How a major league baseball manager adapts to lead a team to victory, can be emulated in various aspects of our personal and professional lives.

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A Mind Shift: Moving from “Have To” to “Get To”

Sometimes motivation is as simple (and complex) as a mind shift. What if we looked at our to-do lists as all the things we get to do instead of all the things we have to do?

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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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The Power of the New Year Recharge

There’s something about the beginning of a new year that’s inspiring. Maya James encourages us to embrace the power of the new year recharge.

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Are New Year’s Resolutions Stealing Our Joy?

During the holidays we slow down and enjoy the important things in life. Then comes the new year. Are New Year’s resolutions stealing our joy?

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A Competition All In Your Head: Is It Helpful or Hurtful?

A little healthy competition can be a powerful motivator. What happens to that motivation when a spirit of competition spoils and leads to envy and spite?

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A Goal Revolution: One Thing We Need to Do

Forget about New Year’s resolutions. It’s time for a goal revolution. Let’s all pick one thing and finish the year strong!

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Lack of Character: Sufficient Cause to Remove a President?

When a president lacks the depth and breadth of character, should they be removed? Our answer sets the stage for future generations. 

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