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Here are recent links of interest:
“How Personality Type Affects Decision Making At Work” – Forbes
“By the time you’re 30 years old, you’ve probably noticed there is a relationship between your strengths and weaknesses at work,” said executive coach Delynn Copley of the Copley Group in our recent interview. “Everyone has a set of gifts and talents, and they are often directly related to how we get… Continue Reading
“Leadership Playbook: 8 Rules For Healthy Interactions At The Top” – Inc.
“In any fast growing company, it’s natural that conflict arises. It holds true at just about any company — every type, every stage. Doesn’t matter what market or size. You’ll see it happen most between functional areas. Sometimes marketing and operations will be at odds. Sometimes, it’s marketing and sales… Continue Reading
“The Smart Way to Respond to Negative Emotions at Work” – MIT Sloan
Many executives try to ignore negative emotions in their workplaces — a tactic that can be counterproductive and costly. If employees’ negative feelings are responded to wisely, they may provide important feedback. It is impossible to block negative emotions from the workplace. Whether provoked… Continue Reading
“3 Reminders on How “Just Listening” Is Sometimes the Best Approach” – Blanchard LeaderChat
Have you ever shared a frustrating situation with your boss, a colleague, a family member, or a friend and they kept jumping in and offering solutions (many of which you had already thought of yourself)? I certainly have, then realized I didn’t need or want them to resolve the situation for me… Continue Reading
“Successful Leaders Do These 3 Things to Reach Outside Their Comfort Zones” – thoughtLeaders
If you play tennis, you’re probably familiar with the concept of a “second serve.” In tennis, you have two chances to serve the ball, so on the first you can really put everything into it, with little risk since you always have that second one to fall back on. The key is how you approach the second one… Continue Reading
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