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Heroes and Cowards Feel the Same Fear: It’s the action they take that separates them

Have you ever watched a movie and thought, Wow, the amount of courage it must have taken…

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I’m Sure You Are Intelligent: I Just Can’t Tell That By Talking To You

The ability to read people’s emotions, understand what they value and make sure they feel valuable does not make you a genius. It does, however, make you the kind of person every company needs and an extremely important member of any team.

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Separating The Data From The Drama

It’s easy to say that “Life is about how we react to the things that happen to…

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How To Get People To Listen To You: Over-the-top influence

Leadership and communication skills mean nothing if no one wants to listen to you. Many knowledgeable, committed people…

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Freaking Out Is Not A Lifestyle: Getting real about the false foundation of stress

It indicates that stress is more about how you feel or think about things and only loosely connected to what’s actually happening. In other words, life is not stressful; it’s what we believe about life that is stressful.

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Adulting In The Workplace: Are you prepared to parent your young new hires?

It seems that young employees fresh out of college are having as much trouble being adults as they are learning their new jobs. In fact, I think they pick up on work stuff very well compared to how they may be handling grown-up life skills. The question is-are we ready for it?

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Inevitability: How to Guarantee Your Employee Training Is Worth the Time and Money

One of the reasons employee training is often not as effective as it should be is that we don’t really know how people feel or what they believe before the training starts.

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How the Millennial Work Ethic May Permanently Improve the Economy

Can we achieve more by working less? If you are in your 20s, you are hoping the…

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Who Wants A Job Where It Is Never The Boss’s Fault?

The only way to effectively hold others accountable is to first hold yourself accountable in front of them….

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Four Reasons Your New Hires Are Already on Their Way Out

A relatively new phenomenon is sweeping through corporate America (and some other countries as well): employees who…

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Inclusion + Tolerance = Employee Engagement: Creating a diverse culture that drives performance

Having a culture that includes and supports all people is more than just a moral obligation. It…

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Icebreakers for Meeting Planners and Facilitators

The days of one-liner jokes as ice breakers are gone, and there are many new creative ideas. The most popular are games that have participants reveal something personal about themselves, or which encourage participants to get to know each other personally. The idea is that more than just having fun, the ice breaker will truly help to create group cohesion based on trust and understanding.

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