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April 13th, 2016

Trust Gap Grows

The Edelman TRUST BAROMETER 2016 is yet another wake-up call for every business leader who doesn’t recognize the importance of trust. Whether you lead a global workforce or couple of part-time employees in your home office, the trust topic deserves attention. According to Edelman’s report...

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February 28th, 2014

Love Bad News? Successful People Do!

Few people put "Getting bad news" on their list of favorite things. On the other hand, who doesn't like to receive good news? Truth is, though, bad news can really be good news -- and quite helpful -- when you're a leader who needs all the facts to make wise decisions. A number of verses in...

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February 28th, 2014

What’s Your NPS? Better Know It!

Google “Measure of Success” on the Internet and you’ll see over 7,000 links to explore. I was reading Bernard Marr’s piece about Net Promoter Score (NPS) this morning just before I had breakfast with an Executive VP at Southwest Airlines. He told me that Southwest had used the NPS metric...

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August 29th, 2013

The Highest ROI Management Tool in Business

What causes a team of highly talented, usually reserved, hardcore engineers to show effusive, unbridled happiness? The CEO at LinkedIn writes about what he believes is the tool that brings the highest return on investment in management. It’s available to everyone, costs essentially nothing...

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June 14th, 2013

Nine Questions You Should Ask in Every Job Interview

The key to making a positive impression in a job interview is to ask good questions. But not questions you should know the answers to, like “What does the position entail?" or “What is your vacation policy?” Instead, consider the nine questions listed in this article.

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May 24th, 2013

How Graduates Can Get Ahead

Jack Welch, legendary former CEO of GE offers advice for 2013 graduates on how to establish your reputation in the workplace. How do you distinguish your self from all the other job applicants?

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April 12th, 2013

Want to Be More Productive Personally?

Time matters. That’s why sometimes you need to schedule nothing. While this sounds counter-productive, Jeff Weiner, CEO at LinkedIn, says it is crucial to schedule time to think, reflect, synthesize information, and just take a breath! It is the best way (even the ONLY way) to do your job...