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Working Effectively with Five Generations of Employees

Working Effectively with Five Generations of Employees

It is hopefully clear that working effectively together is mandatory in business. Aspects such as having common goals and clear roles, establishing strong relationships, communicating openly, and respecting each other must be held in high regard by everyone involved....

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Reflect Back and Plan Forward – revisited

Reflect Back and Plan Forward – revisited

At the end of 2014, I posted this blog. Personal reflection is a critical element for learning and growth, while planning is essential for goal achievement. When done together, reflection and planning are very powerful! 2020 is here – do you envision something...

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Effective Employee Retention Strategies

Effective Employee Retention Strategies

There is ongoing discourse in all sectors (public, private, healthcare and non-profit) regarding the need for retaining talented employees. And there is consistent agreement that doing so can be more difficult and challenging than hiring them. The retention of good...

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Addressing Your Fear of Conflict

Addressing Your Fear of Conflict

I thought that this topic might be timely, in part because I have had an unusually high number of conversations recently with clients, friends, family members, and others regarding handling conflict and having difficult conversations. A few years ago, we posted a blog...

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Managers as Coaches (Part 2). Some Solutions!

Managers as Coaches (Part 2). Some Solutions!

While being the solver of all problems might be effective and efficient in achieving results for a manager in the short term, in the long run it creates a weaker team through learned helplessness. Too many organizations are unable to function when the boss isn’t there...

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Book Summary: “Transitions” by William Bridges

Book Summary: “Transitions” by William Bridges

I appreciate the saying by the great American philosopher and poet Ralph Waldo Emerson that “Not in his goals but in his transitions man is great.” So, I was excited when my friend Derek Noether suggested the book Transitions, because we all deal with many changes in...

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Decision-Making and the Power of Action

Decision-Making and the Power of Action

Have you heard it said that "if you do not make a decision, you have still made one"? One of the keys to great leadership is the ability to make clear decisions in a timely manner. Not to do so causes confusion in the ranks and leaves forward motion to flounder. It's...

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