What portion of your team works remotely?
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by Trevor Jones
2d ago
Our reader poll today asks: What portion of your team works remotely? We’re 100% remote 14.61% We’re 75-99% remote 13.78% We’re 50-74% remote 15.70% We’re 25-49% remote 16.25%  We’re less than 25% remote 19.00% We’re 100% onsite 20.66% Staying connected. Read the rest of this post at thoughtLEADERS, LLC: Leadership Training for the Real World ..read more
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Do You Set Zero-Based Goals for Yourself?
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by Trevor Jones
2d ago
Use this common budgeting technique to set goals that are more relevant and actionable. When you’re setting goals, you can borrow a technique from a common budgeting process called zero-based budgeting. What you do is look at last year, forget about it, and then look at where you are today and what you can achieve going forward. Every dollar you’re going to spend in the budget is justified. And every number you’re going to deliver is based on your current reality. Read the rest of this post at thoughtLEADERS, LLC: Leadership Training for the Real World ..read more
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Values First—Then Culture
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by Trevor Jones
4d ago
  Dr. Sam Adeyemi reveals the six secrets to an enviable working culture for values-driven leaders and C-suite executives. Today’s guest post is by Dr. Sam Adeyemi, author of “Dear Leader: Your Flagship Guide to Successful Leadership.” 6 Secrets to Creating an Enviable Working Environment If your organization were a mechanic, your working culture would be the tools of your trade. Read the rest of this post at thoughtLEADERS, LLC: Leadership Training for the Real World ..read more
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How frequently do you deal with rumors and misinformation at your company?
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by Trevor Jones
1w ago
Our reader poll today asks: How frequently do you deal with rumors and misinformation at your company? All the time. It’s non-stop 11.02% Frequently. I hear it more than I’d like 30.51% Sometimes. We face occasional distractions 26.70% Not often. Maybe once or twice a month 16.94% Not at all. Read the rest of this post at thoughtLEADERS, LLC: Leadership Training for the Real World ..read more
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Focusing and Eliminating Distractions
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by Trevor Jones
1w ago
  Learn how to identify distractions and focus your team on the most strategically important initiatives for your organization. In a fast paced world, there is no shortage of distractions. Side projects, interesting new ideas, and the crisis of the day can divert resources from key strategic initiatives. In isolation, pursuing these small ideas make sense, but when you put them in the broader context of your strategic initiatives, you get to see exactly how nonstrategic these distractions are.  Read the rest of this post at thoughtLEADERS ..read more
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Tips for Goal Setting and Accountability for Remote Workers
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by Trevor Jones
1w ago
Establishing goals is crucial to keeping remote workers accountable and aligned with the organization’s vision and mission. Today’s guest post is by Shiela Mie Legaspi, President — Cyberbacker The pandemic showed us the value of remote work, not only as a solution to the immediate obstacles of the pandemic but also as a long-term shift in the workplace. However, many employers have struggled to cope with the differences in this new future of work, including how to help their workers set and achieve their goals for personal and professional development and productivity. Read the rest of this p ..read more
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What’s the likelihood that you’re going to voluntarily leave your current company within the next 12 months?
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by Trevor Jones
2w ago
Our reader poll today asks: What’s the likelihood that you’re going to voluntarily leave your current company within the next 12 months? 100%: 17.22% 66-99%: 11.80% 33-65%: 11.79% 1-32%: 20.99% 0%: 38.20% Bye. 28% of respondents are headed out the door in the next 12 months. Read the rest of this post at thoughtLEADERS, LLC: Leadership Training for the Real World ..read more
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How to Overcome Analysis Paralysis
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by Trevor Jones
2w ago
Do you struggle to get things done because you overthink your work? Try these three tips to overcome “analysis paralysis.” Many times I’ve heard it said that perfect is the enemy of done. A big barrier to executing initiatives is analysis paralysis. The team gets bogged down on proving their case is 100% accurate and risk-free before they act. That slows down execution and leads to missed opportunities. By understanding the risks you face and making appropriate trade-offs between timeliness and accuracy effects, you can speed up execution and break through analysis paralysis. Read the rest of ..read more
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Simple Ways Employers Can Show Appreciation for Their Employees
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by Trevor Jones
2w ago
  To boost employee satisfaction and retention, try recognizing your employees with personal and meaningful gifts. Today’s guest post is by Eshed Doni, CEO & Founder — GiftCrowd Employees are the backbone of your organization. Showing appreciation for their hard work and dedication is not only good manners but also good business. A recently updated report from Gallup reveals that when companies prioritize employee recognition, they experience significantly decreased turnover and increased employee engagement. Read the rest of this post at thoughtLEADERS, LLC: Leadership Training for ..read more
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Have you ever considered launching your own entrepreneurial venture?
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by Trevor Jones
3w ago
Our reader poll today asks: Have you ever considered launching your own entrepreneurial venture? Yes, and I’m currently running it 18.70% Yes, but I’ve never taken steps to launch it 31.74% Yes, I did it but I returned to a big company eventually 15.65% No, I’m comfortable right where I am 33.91% What’s stopping you? Read the rest of this post at thoughtLEADERS, LLC: Leadership Training for the Real World ..read more
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