Monthly Archives: February 2013

Calisthenics for Change: How to Be a Leader Ready for Change

Flexibility, a willingness to manage chaos, a healthy acceptance for ambiguity, and an uncanny ability to manage multiple priorities are key prerequisites for dealing effectively with rapidly-changing corporate realities. Does that pretty much describe today’s global marketplace? We believe you’ll … Continue reading

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Acknowledge Shining Moments to Engage Employees

Organize corporate bragging sessions. Provide an up-beat forum for employees at all levels to share war stories and brag about how successful their units (departments, divisions, field operations, cross-functional teams) were in meeting and/or exceeding defined objectives. There is a … Continue reading

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Happy Employees Are Productive Employees

Conventional wisdom tells us that if we work hard, find the right job, achieve a high enough income, fill the perfect home with plenty of things, and lose those ten extra pounds we will be happy. Well, here’s the thing. … Continue reading

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