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Seven “Signs and Symptoms” of a Traumatized Company (Recognize Any?)
Being a Leader / Business

Seven “Signs and Symptoms” of a Traumatized Company (Recognize Any?)

Organizational trauma isn’t always caused by a single horrifying event. It can also be ongoing or cumulative (say, a global pandemic). However, the impact on employees and organizations is fairly predictable, says workplace trauma expert Diana Hendel. Here are some common threads she sees in every traumatized organization. Organizational trauma […]

Worried About Managing Your Team Remotely? Here’s The Ultimate Guide To Be The Best Virtual Manager
Being a Leader / Business / Business & Career Opportunities / SPosts

Worried About Managing Your Team Remotely? Here’s The Ultimate Guide To Be The Best Virtual Manager

Being a woman and a team leader is a difficult job. You look after your home, family, and team members working under your leadership. But, sometimes things run out of your hands if your team is working remotely. But, managing a remote team is no rocket science. All you need […]

Using the Pareto Principle to Achieve Results Faster
Being a Leader / From the Editor / Leadership

Using the Pareto Principle to Achieve Results Faster

Our modern world recognizes being busy as being important. It seems the more running around you do, the more urgent tasks you have, the more respected you are. Think about it – have you ever talked about how busy you are when someone asked you how you were? Probably. We […]

Creative Disruption Enhances Leadership Performance
Being a Leader / Business

Creative Disruption Enhances Leadership Performance

Creative Disruption has long been used in the marketing world to break existing patterns of behavior of a target audience.  Smart CEO’s are using this technique to change the pattern of behavior in their leaders. National business consultant Lorraine Grubbs along with CEO Frank Granara of Boston based General Insulation […]

Why Leading Women Are Better for Congress
Being a Leader / Lifestyle

Why Leading Women Are Better for Congress

Why Leading Women Are Better for Congress Women in Congress are getting things done, says a new study. Dr. Nancy D. O’Reilly explains why women in Congress are so effective at making progress together and on their own. A new study from Quorum shows that women in Congress are working […]

How Difficult Conversations Lead to Positive Change
Balance & Lifestyle / Being a Leader / Communication

How Difficult Conversations Lead to Positive Change

The temptation to avoid conflict is human nature, but sometimes leaders and their teams MUST have difficult conversations to move forward and achieve necessary growth. Dr. Marcia Reynolds, a workplace behavioral scientist and communications expert, regularly teaches leaders how to effectively navigate and manage these difficult conversations. According to Dr. […]

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