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Remaining Positive When Your Project Is Taking a Turn

Remaining Positive When Your Project Is Taking a Turn

We’ve all faced it. That point in a business-critical project where the outlook seems grim. You planned, you engaged your stakeholders, and you analyzed the […]

3 Questions to Help You Define Any Management Problem

3 Questions to Help You Define Any Management Problem

Executives routinely face vexing challenges and tough decisions—in a business culture that emphasizes action over reflection. But before you jump into action to solve any […]

3 Keys to Helping Your Employees Succeed with Change

3 Keys to Helping Your Employees Succeed with Change

By their very nature, organizations depend on teamwork to implement changes demanded by corporate strategy. In any team, every player counts—and this must be kept […]

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If you feel your work environment needs a boost, the time to act is now! Leigh Stringer, author and workplace design specialist, provides five tips on how you help your employees become healthier and more productive.




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We’ve all heard the old saying: People don’t leave jobs, they leave bosses. So how do you know if your boss is merely bad, or just plain horrible?




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5 Reasons People Love A Good Story

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Looking to enhance the way you market your products and services? Jim Poage and Jennifer Poage, authors of, “Flair: Design Your Daily Work, Products, and Services to Energize Your Customers, Colleagues, and Audiences,” explain how organizations can thrive from constructing quality stories.



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