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2016-03-07

The top 7 ways a leader can destroy trust

By Gregg Gregory

Trust is the underlying challenge for all teams at every level of an organization. Perhaps we just want to cover our backside; perhaps we are skeptical of others; or perhaps it is simply in our nature...

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2016-03-07

Employee satisfaction tied to the ability to affect change

By Jim Dawson

All businesses have challenges. But not all businesses have a strategy for turning challenges into profitable solutions. From customer relations to communications to keeping up with market changes and technology...

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2016-03-07

That was horrible! what makes feedback work...or not

By David Swink

We are all on learning journeys. At work, we are learning new professional and technical skills. In our communities, we are learning to make a difference, be a good friend, neighbor, or weekend athlete.

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2016-03-05

Management challenge #21 - when managing in an environment of constant change and uncertainty

By Bruce Tulgan

In the course of my work, I’ve come to know more than my share of what I call “change masters,” that is, leaders and managers with great track records of successfully leading direct-reports through minefields of change...

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2016-03-03

The challenges of managing despite forces outside your control

By Bruce Tulgan

A senior production manager (I’ll call him “Skipper”) ran a team of production engineers and technicians whose specialty was customizing highly sophisticated navigational systems for vehicles...

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2016-03-02

What employers must do now to drive and sustain high performance

By Kevin Martin - i4cp

All organizations need to be prepared for attrition in two key groups — high performers and those soon eligible to retire — as well as talent shortages in specific disciplines and geographies...

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