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How Effective Leaders Navigate Internal Politics

Internal politics can be difficult and painful to navigate, especially when issues blow up seemingly from nowhere. In this situation, leaders may find themselves wondering “What went wrong? How did I miss this? What do I do now?” Of course,… Continue Reading →

Visionary Leadership Doesn’t Always Mean Creating Big Ideas

Every day we hear of new visionary ideas: travel to Mars, self-driving cars, new technological gadgets that will make our lives so much easier. The list goes on and on. Every leader knows it is his or her responsibility to… Continue Reading →

7 Things Your Team Wishes They Could Tell You. Are You Listening?

Do you think of your team members as people who should just appreciate working with your fine company and collecting a good salary on an ongoing basis? According to a Gallup poll, only 33% of the U.S. workforce members feel… Continue Reading →

Managing Your Team’s Tension Level

You may or may not be responsible for a high level of tension among your team, but you will surely be blamed for it if it is unacceptably high to your team members. Managing the tension level in your team… Continue Reading →

4 Tips to Encourage Your Team This Week

Every company wants to find, hire, and keep the best possible talent. A company’s most valuable asset is an engaged, motivated employee invested in their performance. As we mentioned in our article, What Do Rising-Star Millennials Want, keeping employees engaged is something… Continue Reading →

What Do Rising-Star Millennials Want?

According to a U.S. Census Bureau study in 2016, millennials are about to become the nation’s largest living adult generation. With millennials taking up a large part of the workforce, it will only be a matter of time before they also begin… Continue Reading →

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