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3 ways to avoid new leadership failures

Recently, three distraught managers from three different organizations called to ask my advice with the same issue. New senior leaders were brought into each of these organizations with devastating consequences. They may have been hired for the great results they got in...

source: By Simma Lieberman
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Whether you and your team are in the office full-time, part-time or none of the time, you'll continue to have hybrid meetings. COVID-19 ushered in the Zoom era, and no one's sure when this business/social reality will end, so we might as well get as good at hybrid meetings...

source: HR Morning

It's the start of another year, and with the changing of the calendar comes the inevitable urge to improve yourself and incorporate better, healthier habits. Rather than trying to make sweeping changes that may be hard to maintain, small adjustments are easy to incorporate...

source: Fast Company

At the start of 2021, many of us expected the world to return to normalcy. Vaccines were starting to roll out, and many executives felt like it would be a matter of a few short months before we would all return to the workplace. However, 2021 was more volatile than expected,...

source: Harvard Business Review

Most people want more from life than what they're getting. That's natural. We were created with appetites that long for more. The hard part is taking that longing and turning it into reality. Life often throws us curve balls, and we don't always have control over how things...

source: Michael Hyatt

Many leaders never admit their biggest goals because of invisible barriers. One of the main barriers is goal shame. Goal shame is embarrassment about the things you want to achieve. Sometimes it results from internal thoughts like, Who am I to do this? or Who am I to attempt...

source: Michael Hyatt

I have many books on my shelves about setting goals and creating purpose. Most of those books spend all their energy on the destination, somehow assuming we know how to begin and map the journey to achieving those goals. If you are like me, at least once in your life you...

source: Kevin Eikenberry

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