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A SIMPLE HABIT FOR GREATER EMPLOYEE ACCOUNTABILITY AT YOUR COMPANY

Written by Mike Kotsis on November 28, 2016   The stats on employees and their workplaces are staggering: 87% of employees are not engaged at work 39% of employees have no idea what their company’s goals and objectives are 47% don’t know the state of their company’s performance 44% don’t understand how their role helps…

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HOW TO AVOID THE SHINY OBJECT SYNDROME IN BUSINESS

Written by Ed Callahan on January 26, 2017 The video below offers brilliant words of wisdom attributed to Warren Buffett as career advice to his personal airline pilot, Mike Flint. I have read this story before. This gentleman, self-described creativity expert James Taylor, offers it as advice for creatives. I offer it as advice for business…

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DON’T LET DOUBT PARALYZE YOUR DECISION-MAKING

DON’T LET DOUBT PARALYZE YOUR DECISION-MAKING Written by Connie Chwan on February 2, 2017 Making decisions as you and your Leadership Team work on your business is a thoughtful process. And during that process, doubts most likely creep into your thinking periodically. Doubts are those nagging feelings of uncertainty, where you may question a belief…

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3 SIGNS A VISIONARY LEADER IS GETTING IN THE WAY

Written by Hank O’Donnell on January 19, 2017 Are you a recovering Visionary? You know the type – lots of big ideas, always inventing something new, a little light on the focusing, heavy on the creating, worried about the company culture, and incredibly impatient. I’m a recovering Visionary, myself. Visionaries can clearly see a future.…

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