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I Do Not Want to Lead

Traditionally, most employees wanted to grow into leadership positions in their career.  A measure of your value to an organization related to how quickly you moved from doing the work to overseeing those that do the work.  Although different generations … Continue reading

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Organizational Effectiveness: Leadership

An organization cannot be successful without leadership.  Regardless of personality, background, or education, employees desire effective leadership to inspire, motivate, and provide role models for them.  A successful leader has the tools and motivation skills to accomplish great things through … Continue reading

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How Strong is Your Performance Culture?

Almost every organization talks, analyzes, and obsesses about performance.  We live in an age where we perceive that everything can be improved, enhanced, or amplified in one manner or another.  How many times have you bought the latest computer, flat … Continue reading

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Living in a “Stressed Out” Zoo: The Giraffe, Cat, and Monkey

It is generally accepted that each of us is affected and deals with stress differently.  Nevertheless, there are some things in the workplace that impact us all: feeling out of control of workload or environment; failing to know where the … Continue reading

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The Power of Being Recognized

Have you ever been at an event and someone came up to you that you knew from high school, college, or even a previous job and asked if you are the person he or she thinks you are?  If the … Continue reading

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