• 3 Obstacles Blocking CEO Success
    Chief Executive - Nov 21
    Why the high turnover rate? There are myriad reasons, but failure often starts with the person. Many CEOs are their own worst enemy. They dive in head first, neglecting to build a solid foundation for success. Here are the... Read »
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  • Common Traits Of The Most Successful People
    Fast Company - Nov 21
    What makes someone ordinary become extraordinary? Is it their intellect or good luck? Is it their charisma and leadership qualities? There’s no definite formula, but there’s also no denying that there are common traits... Read »
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  • 7 Questions That Will Help Boards Recruit Women
    Fortune - Nov 21
    The debate about getting more women on boards often focuses on why doing so creates a better, more profitable, more competitive company, with research from the World Economic Forum’s Global Gender Gap Report 2014, by... Read »
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  • When You Give Your Team A Goal, Make It A Range
    HBR - Nov 21
    Goals! Managers love setting them. Employees (hopefully) want to achieve them. And for good reason. A well-constructed and thoughtfully considered goal can be extremely motivating and rewarding. It’s no surprise, then,... Read »
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  • We Need To Replace Bosses With Coaches
    Business Insider - Nov 21
    I hate the word boss. Don’t even get me started on “CEO.” These titles are probably causing more harm in the workplace than we realize, and it’s time for a change. Thankfully, we needn’t look any further than... Read »
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  • Leadership Matters: Decision Making Strategies For...
    HuffPo - Nov 21
    Leaders make choices constantly. As a leader, you must develop the ability to think fast on your feet, in the middle of the race. If you spend too much time deliberating, opportunities will run right past you. This is why... Read »
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  • 7 Daily Mantras To Boost Your Productivity
    Fast Company - Nov 21
    There is no lack of conversation about what drives productivity. Do we drink more coffee? Should we take multiple short breaks? Do we need to have longer lunch breaks? I think productivity comes from a combination of how... Read »
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  • 2 Strategies To Help A Team Go From Good To Great
    Inc - Nov 21
    Many companies do reviews only once a year and, based on those evaluations, they might promote someone or let someone go. This makes no business sense. You want all potential problems nipped in the bud as soon as possible,... Read »
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  • Work Rules We Love To Hate
    BBC - Nov 21
    The path to adulthood and a professional career has plenty of rules — spoken and unspoken. From how to present yourself to when to show up for the workday, the workplace is full of must-dos. But are some of these rules... Read »
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  • 9 Lessons I Learned From Oracle’s Larry Ellison
    CEO.com - Nov 21
    Earlier this fall, Lawrence J. Ellison announced his retirement as chief executive of Oracle, the company he co-founded in 1977 that has transformed the way businesses use technology and made him one of the world’s richest... Read »
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  • For Any Product To Be Successful, Empathy Is Key
    HBR - Nov 20
    Meet Mary, a college student I met at a Texas state school. She’s a Junior, and she’s changed her major three times. She picked her first major because her mom told her to. She picked her most recent course of study... Read »
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  • Why Great Leadership Fuels Innovation
    Inc - Nov 20
    Admit it: you're a little obsessed with innovation. I don't blame you. Considering how fast markets evolve in today's global economy and how quickly technology changes compared with even a decade ago, your growth almost... Read »
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  • Personal Mantras, Work-Life Separation And The Future...
    Mashable - Nov 20
    There's no shortage of motivational career and lifestyle advice out there, but one of the most ubiquitous presences in the space over the past few years is surely Timothy Ferriss, author of the acclaimed 4-Hour book series... Read »
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  • Why Chief Human Resources Officers Make Great CEOs
    HBR - Nov 20
    For decades the corporate HR department was seen as a back-office function, a cost center focused on mundane administrative tasks such as managing compensation and benefits plans. But over the past 15 years Ellie Filler has... Read »
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  • How To Lead At Work When You’re Having A Personal...
    Fast Company - Nov 20
    Into each life some rain must fall, as the saying goes. But sometimes that rain is actually a monsoon-size personal crisis that can affect your ability to lead. It might be a serious illness, the loss of a loved one, or... Read »
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