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Cultivating a Culture of Consciousness

Posted by on Nov 18, 2014

Cultivating a Culture of Consciousness

How can we really focus our organizational members on the picture of social responsibility to impact their larger community? Beth explores the impetus that drive an organization's social consciousness, to link its purpose to a greater meaning in the world and to its employees' individual lives.

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Service Leadership – Turning Complaints into Commendations

Posted by on Nov 11, 2014

Service Leadership – Turning Complaints into Commendations

How do we turn the adverse atmosphere of our client's complaint into needs addressing and resource learning? Katherine presents 4 implementable steps to shift every client complaint into an opportunity - to evaluate the strengths in your business and also identify the weaknesses for a stronger business model.

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Lead and Follow

Posted by on Nov 4, 2014

Lead and Follow

We are always leading people in some capacity at home or at work. Importantly, just what kind of leader do you want to be, and how do you intend to get there? Jonathan underscores three rhythms of personal and professional development for you to lead better, so the right kind of people will follow.

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Cornerstones of Leadership: Earning and Keeping Trust and Respect

Posted by on Oct 29, 2014

Cornerstones of Leadership: Earning and Keeping Trust and Respect

Trust and respect are easily lost, yet hard to earn. Which key underpinnings of success should leaders pay attention to in daily interactions with staff and peers? Brian highlights the best practices he learned rising through the ranks to Senior Director level.

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Know Thyself: 3 Keys to Becoming a More Self-Aware Leader

Posted by on Oct 22, 2014

Know Thyself: 3 Keys to Becoming a More Self-Aware Leader

How can a leader reduce the precarious errors caused by blind spots in his/her thinking and behavior. Jessica shares three most impactful ways any leader can exercise to improve self-awareness and the leadership abilities.

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Opportunity Costs: Leading Amidst a State of Flux

Posted by on Oct 14, 2014

Opportunity Costs: Leading Amidst a State of Flux

Not responding is not an option. Great leaders recognized opportunities (instead of the problem), and determined their cost insignificant to what they can accomplish in action. Beth shares how we can respond in the midst of flux, make the choices to move forward, and enrich the lives of our team members.

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How Leaders Can Use Processes to Empower their Teams during Change?

Posted by on Oct 7, 2014

How Leaders Can Use Processes to Empower their Teams during Change?

How do we recognize and build leaders who can shoulder great responsibilities? Why should we focus our people on solution development rather than on unproductive blame-pinning? Katherine offers insight to raise our leaders by giving them opportunities to resolve and succeed in their challenges.

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Increase Employee Engagement and Performance by Connecting Company Mission Statement with Employees’ Actions

Posted by on Sep 30, 2014

Increase Employee Engagement and Performance by Connecting Company Mission Statement with Employees’ Actions

Time, resources, finances are spent to craft mission statements. However, does the mission statement impact our employees? Peggy shares how managers can take such a broad statement and make it real for the employees to connect with, and contribute to their company’s mission and vision.

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Take Aim for Successful Change

Posted by on Sep 23, 2014

Take Aim for Successful Change

How do you anchor the upcoming change initiatives on your mission statement, to increase their relevance and expand your access to resources? Allison guides you to AIM (Align-Incubate-Measure) for both the heart and the mind as you plan the change activities that would realize your mission.

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Think Snappy, Act Scrappy When Crafting A Mission Statement

Posted by on Sep 9, 2014

Think Snappy, Act Scrappy When Crafting A Mission Statement

Why is the regular process of formulating mission statements so complex and laborious? But you don't have to spin your wheels on this yearly task. Sandra provides the succinct Who-What-How aimed at getting you started NOW in building that mission statement for your organization.

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