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Redesigning Work from Fixed Roles to Dynamic Jobs

Redesigning Work from Fixed Roles to Dynamic Jobs

For decades, companies have designed work as fixed roles with a title, department, and defined set of responsibilities. Employees started their careers in entry-level positions […]

3 Ways American Businesses Can Overcome Their Data Integration Concerns

3 Ways American Businesses Can Overcome Their Data Integration Concerns

Data integration is the process by which information is collected from multiple sources, combined and reconciled in a centralized location, and then used to provide […]

The Remote Workplace: Communicating in an Offsite World

The Remote Workplace: Communicating in an Offsite World

To prevent more cases of COVID-19, many companies this week were told that their employees could no longer come into the office. Everyone who could […]

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5 Life Lessons On Loan From Others

If only we could learn life lessons soon enough to avoid serious mistakes. Well, you may not be able to acquire your own wisdom at […]




Enjoyment and self-discipline

This Factor Inspires Self-Discipline

It takes self-discipline to achieve big goals. But what factors fuel a person’s willingness to work hard and stick with a goal? One key is […]




Team Building: Turn Up The Pride

In their team building efforts, savvy managers are always on the lookout for examples of quality work from employees. They praise them generously for those […]




uncivil workplace behavior

To Cure Uncivil Workplace Behavior, Try A Feedback Loop

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Don’t underestimate feedback. As Marshall Goldsmith said, “People will do something—including changing their behavior—only if it can be demonstrated that doing so is in their own best interests as defined by their own values.”



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