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The Introverted Leader

The Introverted Leader

Thriving in the extroverted business world In today’s extroverted business world, introverts can feel ignored, overlooked, and misunderstood. In fact, according to my research—a two-and-a-half year national study of introverted…

Unhappy At Work? You’re Not Alone

Unhappy At Work? You’re Not Alone

Report says only one in three employees are engaged at work Unhappy at work? You’re not alone. Less than one-third of employees are fully engaged at the office according to…

Ten Essentials To Ensure Organizational Change Works

Ten Essentials To Ensure Organizational Change Works

How to make sure that your organization has the framework for change Organizations that are in the throes of change must make sure that the framework for change is in…

Nightmare Employees

Nightmare Employees

How to deal with difficult personalities Aggressive, Demeaning, Arrogant, Insubordinate, Untrustworthy, Demanding, Unproductive. Ever have a nightmare employee? You know, the one that gets on your nerves you before you…

The Art Of Motivation In The Workplace

The Art Of Motivation In The Workplace

Five ways to get your staff on board Do your employees need a jump-start to get moving in the morning? Do you feel that they’re spending more time planning their…

The Ten Traits Of Legendary Leaders

The Ten Traits Of Legendary Leaders

How to develop yourself as a leader What is the difference between leaders that are great and other leaders? This is an area that has been studied by many writers…

New Managers: Leading The Troops

New Managers: Leading The Troops

Tips for new managers So you’ve been promoted, congratulations! You’re beginning a journey, where you’ll discover things about yourself that you’ve never known. You’ll learn how to set boundaries with…

Emerging Workforce Has Different Priorities

Emerging Workforce Has Different Priorities

How to manage younger employees more effectively The emerging workforce of Gen X’s, Gen Y’s and Millenniums have different priorities than the Baby Boomers or the Aging population that came…

Future Labor Shortages Loom For Employers

Future Labor Shortages Loom For Employers

How employers can plan for an aging workforce People are getting old. Not just in the US but all over the world. The elder population, 65 and older, is the…

Can Women Be Great Negotiators?

Can Women Be Great Negotiators?

As long as they keep their emotions under control Are women at a disadvantage in negotiation? Yes, suggest a number of books and articles. No, I reply without hesitation. Anyone…

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