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The 10 Strategic Elements of a Culture of Convenience

The 10 Strategic Elements of a Culture of Convenience

Ask anyone and they’ll tell you; life is easier when everything is simple and convenient. The same is true for your business - when you can streamline tasks and establish processes that keep everything running like a well-oiled machine, your job becomes a lot easier....

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The 10 Strategic Elements of a Culture of Convenience

Ask anyone and they’ll tell you; life is easier when everything is simple and convenient. The same is true for your business - when you can streamline tasks and establish processes that keep everything running like a well-oiled machine, your job becomes a lot easier....

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The Art of Delegation for Managers

The Art of Delegation for Managers

A daily to-do list is a critical tool in any leadership position. Without one, your day will rule you instead of the other way around. If you’re not constantly evaluating your to-dos, however, your list will be more of a reminder of all the tasks you didn’t get to...

Controlling Your Responses to Stress

Controlling Your Responses to Stress

Stress is a normal part of life, both personally and professionally. You can’t always control the stressors you’re faced with, but you can control how you respond to them. Let’s take a look at the most common responses to stress. Common Responses to Stress We...

Five Ways to Incorporate Technology in Training

Five Ways to Incorporate Technology in Training

Not long ago, the concept of technology in training meant rolling out the TV cart for new employees to watch videos about your company policies. However, employee training has changed drastically in recent years. So put away those VHS tapes, and consider these five...

10 Signs Of an Insecure Leader

10 Signs Of an Insecure Leader

​Leadership is hard. Even on the best days, you’ll likely be faced with challenging situations and difficult decisions. Second-guessing yourself every once in a while is natural, but be careful. Too much internal doubt can mean you’re an insecure leader who seems to...

Alternatives to Brainstorming  (And Why You Need Them)

Alternatives to Brainstorming (And Why You Need Them)

Brainstorming doesn’t work for everything. It also doesn’t work for everyone. While it’s true that brainstorming can lead to creative ideas, it also has drawbacks that cause some proactive leaders to look for alternatives to brainstorming. Here’s why: 4 Reasons...

Manage Training with Blended Learning Strategies

Manage Training with Blended Learning Strategies

There’s truth in the Chinese proverb that says, “I hear and I forget, I see and I remember, I do and I understand.” Adult learners remember what they see two times more effectively than what they read. Whether you’re launching a new promotion or certifying employees...

5 Steps to Decision Making with Empathy

5 Steps to Decision Making with Empathy

Empathy is a popular concept right now, both in business and in life. What does empathy mean to you as a leader? Leading with empathy can look different for everyone, but in general, it means that your leadership decisions are guided by an understanding of the needs...

Can’t We All Just Get Along?

Can’t We All Just Get Along?

Albert Einstein once said, “In the middle of difficulty lies opportunity.” When you’re knee-deep in a difficult situation, it may be hard to hold on to that perspective. Keep this in mind: Managing conflict effectively leads to positive change for you, your team, and...

Keeping Your Cool: The Five Mistakes Leaders Make

Keeping Your Cool: The Five Mistakes Leaders Make

With summer temperatures on the rise and seasonal business heating up, keeping your cool may be a challenge some days. Success in leadership isn’t just about doing things right. It’s also about avoiding mistakes leaders make that, over time, can take a toll on your...

The What, Who, Why, and How of Neurodiversity

The What, Who, Why, and How of Neurodiversity

The term “neurodiversity” was coined by a social scientist more than two decades ago, but it’s only recently made it into mainstream business conversations. The more you understand it, the more you can create an inclusive environment where all your employees thrive....

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