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Is Adaptability More Important Than Talent?

Have you ever seen a contortionist in action? It’s quite amazing, and maybe just a little creepy at the same time. Do they even have a spine? Is the human body really supposed to do that? Anyway, contortionists show an amazing amount of flexibility. Being flexible in their line of work is mandatory. But flexibility,…

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How Is Leadership in the Workplace Changing?

As the world evolves and technology advances, businesses, and their workforces have to adapt to the constant changes. That includes leadership. In fact, in order for companies to successfully navigate the changes, leaders have to set the example. In other words, they have to “lead” the way. But just as technology and other workplace practices…

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Get Employees to Buy into Major Changes

Change is a healthy and necessary part of any company’s growth, but it can sometimes be met with a lot of resistance from the employees. People naturally resist change because of the uncertainty of where it will lead. And from your team’s perspective, they may fear the impending changes will negatively affect their day-to-day experience…

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How Important is Critical Thinking to Your Success?

When was the last time you considered your decision making process? Do you take the time to weigh your options and consider all the possible outcomes? Or, do you make rash decisions based only on the previous knowledge, information, and experience you have? How many times in your work life, or life in general, have…

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The Value of an Open Door Policy

Have you ever been in a work environment and had an urgent question for your supervisor, only to find his or her door closed when you need an immediate answer? Maybe you’ve learned some important information you need to share with your manager right away, but you’re not sure if it’s okay to knock on…

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How to Develop Your Employees’ Critical Thinking Skills

Many managers run the risk of getting overwhelmed when they fail to delegate the task of problem-solving. It seems like a quick fix, but solving your employees’ problems for them isn’t helping them grow or learn to handle situations themselves. The reality is, you can’t always be there to put out the fire, nor should…

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What Kind of Manager Are You?

You’ve worked hard for years, and you’ve finally been promoted to a management role. Congratulations. But lots of responsibility comes with your new title. It’s your job to delegate tasks to employees, manage conflicts, deal with customers, and ultimately make some difficult decisions on a daily basis. It doesn’t matter if you’re a new manager…

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