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Freedom and the Opportunity to Achieve Personal Success

We work in a world that favors those who can deliver over those who seek to achieve personal success. Part of this is ‘what-have-you-done-for-me-lately’. Part can be put down to the (mistaken) idea that some things are intangible and can’t be measured. Another part is the cult of the entrepreneur, which can warp into just […] Read moreRead More»

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Small Gestures Create Big Results When Relocating Employees

Moving is stressful and can limit the production capabilities of your workers. Assisting with housing, transportation, and culture shifts can make relocating employees easier, and get them back up to pre-move productivity faster. In fact, with a few small gestures, it’s possible they may even exceed their previous productivity levels. Here are some ideas on how to take an employee from Connecticut to the Corporate Offices without reducing the quality of their work…. Read More»

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Team Efforts: Smooth Dancing or Stepping on Toes?

How coordinated are team efforts in your organization? Do team members gracefully engage, solving problems and supporting each other, or are their interactions messy, frustrating, or even chaotic? Recent experiences have shed light on the latter, in many organizations. Some of the most glaring have been on a very different stage… literally…. Read More»

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Executive Coaching: How to Preserve and Promote Women in Leadership

As an executive coach, I have the privilege of coaching executive women past obstacles so they can focus on their leadership and impact instead. Of all the strategies, perspectives, behaviors, actions and mindsets I’ve used over the years to strengthen women in leadership, there’s one that has the biggest impact on their success: the executive coaching itself…. Read More»

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4 Business Lessons We Can Learn from the “Crazy Ones”

Steve Jobs called them the ‘crazy ones’: the daring and brilliant minds who were crazy enough to think they could change the world. Instead of re-inventing the wheel, we could learn from the best practices they have applied. What connects the so-called crazy ones is the fact that they all left the path of average and moved to the edges. Here are four characteristics of the crazy ones we can all learn valuable business lessons from…. Read More»

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Innovation: Are You Innovative Enough in Your Approach

Innovation has become the workout regimen of the business world. Companies all claim to do it, or like to believe they do, but, very few actually see results. It’s not the innovation or the exercise itself that fails to deliver; it’s the approach. Just as running 10 miles a day won’t land you the perfect body, creating an innovation team and setting it free won’t translate to industry-changing products… Read More»

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6 Clear Cut Ways to Improve Employee Productivity

It’s not enough to work hard; you also have to work smart. Perhaps this has been the biggest challenge for your business, figuring out how to get more from your employees without running them into the ground. Luckily, there are a few excellent practices you can adopt to improve employee productivity. The results of enacting such policies will speak for themselves…. Read More»

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