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Our reader poll today asks: Do you enjoy negotiating? I love it! I’ll negotiate over everything: 10% I like it especially for important things: 31% It’s OK, but it doesn’t really excite me: 26% Not really. I find it uncomfortable: 24% Not at all. I hate every aspect of it: 9% Let’s make a deal. A […]
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Stopping and considering decisions before you make them is only the start to critical thinking and building on those skills makes all the difference. The importance of critical thinking Let’s look at the importance of critical thinking. So many times when people ask us, “Can you go solve this problem,” we rush off and start solving it without stopping […]
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Taking the training and communication skills you learn at work doesn’t have to end at the office, you can use your new found communication skills across your entire life. Today’s post is by David Hiatt, author of FROM THE BOARDROOM TO THE LIVING ROOM (CLICK HERE to get your copy). As trainers, we have all heard […]
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Our reader poll today asks: How likely are you to overcommit yourself and run yourself down from doing so? Very. I do it all the time: 42% Somewhat. I try not to overcommit but it happens occasionally: 46% Not very. I rarely find myself overcommitted: 7% Not at all. I manage commitments rigorously so I’m not […]
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The digital age has been here for quite some time now and will only continue to grow and become more advanced, so making sure your team is ready for a digital change is key. Today’s post is by Maureen Metcalf, a thoughtLEADERS principle. Experts have been discussing technological changes, such as artificial intelligence (AI) and automation, […]
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When you’re looking for your next job, take a minute to review your resume just one more time, there may be a few things to consider that might just be the difference between you getting the job or not. Today’s post is by Martin Darke, author of The 30-Second Impact Résumé (CLICK HERE to get your […]
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Our reader poll today asks: How effectively do you feel you navigate office politics? Extremely. I’m a master at navigating office political intrigue: 7% Very. I navigate politics pretty well most of the time: 37% Somewhat. I sometimes miss important political issues: 33% Not very. I’m not very savvy at navigating political challenges: 16% Not […]
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Creating goals for your business that link through the entire organization is the key to successful goal setting from all sides of your business. Link goals to strategy For a goal to be really relevant, it has to tie to the broader purpose and goals of the entire organization. Your strategy is going to help drive that. The strategy […]
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To thrive as an employee-leader or as an entrepreneur, one must possess self-efficacy and proactivity, be innovative, have a need for achievement and be confident through stress, uncertainty and risk. Today’s post is by Jill Ferguson, author of Creating a Freelance Career (CLICK HERE to get your copy). When we are young and don’t realize […]
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Our reader poll today asks: What’s your view of people taking a mental health day? It’s important and they should do it whenever they need to: 78% It should only be taken in severe circumstances: 19% They shouldn’t take time off unless they have a physical illness: 3% Health is health. While the overwhelming majority of […]

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