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Leadership and career
July 24, 2017

How to End Indecision

Overcoming Analysis Paralysis If you’ve been part of a decision-making collective, you’re probably familiar with the phrase “death by committee.” When there are too many cooks in the proverbial kitchen, it can be nearly impossible to come to a consensus – or even land on a solution in a reasonable…
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Leadership and career
March 31, 2017

Be More Funny, Make More Money

Want to make your company a better place to work? Understanding the benefits of using humor appropriately is the first step, actualizing this knowledge the second. Here are some ways humor can help your organization become a place that the best people can do their best work — and have…
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Leadership and career
March 20, 2017

Positioning Your Business as an Early Mover

An “early mover” is a firm that quickly recognizes a unique opportunity or risk in the marketplace and uses that knowledge to evaluate its options either before anyone else or along with other firms that likewise recognize the significance of what’s developing. Early movers have the advantage of time, with…
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Leadership and career
December 19, 2016

Get More Without Settling for Less

By: Linda Henman Conquerors tend not to enjoy a laudable place in the history books, but they do offer lessons in how to get more without settling for less. Pilots refer to PNR—the point of no return. This technical term in air navigation refers to the point in a flight…
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Hiring
November 28, 2016

Are You Creating Your Own Culture Traps?

By: Linda Henman When people talk about the inner contradictions of an organization, they frequently refer to "culture," that omnipresent word that describes all pleasant and unpleasant byproducts of decisions. But they seldom identify the real problem: the decisions that create the traps. Here are 10 examples of how that…
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Leadership and career
September 21, 2016

4 Things You Can’t Ignore When Making Tough Calls

By: Linda Henman However, when leaders understand that they must make the tough, often unpopular calls, and then have the courage to do so, organizational excellence can take root. These successful tough calls have four constructs: moral compass, sound judgment, fortitude and experience. A strong moral compass demands that leaders…
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Leadership and career
July 25, 2016

Your Personal Think Tank

Membership in a “mastermind” group will help you make better career and small business decisions Making major decisions can be a lonely, solitary task. Perhaps that's why presidents have cabinets, coaches have assistants and CEOs have executive committees.  A sounding board of trusted, intelligent associates can help ease the decision-making…
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Leadership and career
June 1, 2016

The Many Tasks of a Project Manager

Time changes everything, including the way a project manager does his or her job. The fundamental aspects of project management have not changed because diligence, fluid communication skills, exact negotiating abilities, powerful motivators and effective decision-making are still expected. But some things have changed, making these professionals more of a…
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Uncategorized
November 17, 2015

Deciding Between Two Jobs

By: Taunee Besson You have a high-class problem! You've been offered two excellent positions, both of which have their pros and cons. You've gone over and over the issues, and you can't decide which one to take. You must make your decision within the next three days. What do you…
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Uncategorized
November 4, 2015

Working in the Compliance Field – The Need for Practical Solutions

By: Michael Volkov This article was republished with permission from Michael Volkov’s blog, Corruption, Crime & Compliance. With the rise of the compliance professional, there is a real need for strong support as they design and implement new and innovative compliance programs. Compliance professionals are stretched thin – they have a…
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