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The Power of Purpose in the War for Talent                                                                                                  

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It’s not very often that you can point to a single document released on a specific date as the moment when the rules of business were rewritten. But that’s exactly what happened on August 19, 2019. That’s the date the Business Roundtable (BRT) released its “Statement on the Purpose of a Corporation,” which was signed by 181 American chief executives …

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Why Envisioning Our Ideal Utopia Isn’t as Naïve as it Might Sound. (In fact it might be exactly what we need).

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What comes to mind when you hear the word “Utopia”? Innocence, naiveté, or even a false promise used to mislead people into dystopia? Our wariness of the word is understandable, but we may have swung the pendulum too far in the other direction. The majority of our stories and narratives about the future are dystopian – The Terminator, Black Mirror, …

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12 Productivity and Conflict Resolution Tips Leaders Use to Take Their Teams to the Next Level

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By Andréa Albright Once an individual has become an authority, their influence is so powerful that they begin to need the help of a team. Building this team and learning to communicate with your team is the most essential part of growth for a business or entrepreneur. It is so important that leaders must recognize the weight which it holds, …

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The 10 Most Common Mistakes Leaders Make During Presentations. And How to Avoid Them.

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Throughout our leadership journey, we are constantly reminded of the essential nature of clear communications. We are expected to present on many topics to our teams, leadership, and professional organizations. We have all experienced mind-numbing presentations, but the few we remember as exceptional have one thing in common – they tell a compelling story.  We all remember the story of the …

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Five Things All Great Authors Must Have (That Actually Have Nothing to Do with Writing)

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By: Les Maness It’s been said that nearly everyone has one great book in them. But the reality is that most people never even attempt to write it. And while there’s several factors why aspiring authors give up before they ever get started, the most frequent reason given is, “I am not a writer”. Well, if that’s you, then best-selling …