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Shopping for Engagement: Cyber Monday’s Management Lessons

Shopping for Engagement: Cyber Monday’s Management Lessons

For decades, Black Friday has been a hot media topic every November. The biggest shopping day of the year has evolved into a weekend of jaw-dropping sales, shoppers camped out in sleeping bags, and crowds shoving their way to deeply discounted wares. I won’t even go there. But what about Cyber Monday, Black Friday’s younger […]

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Envision It Solved: Why Skip How When Solving Problems

Envision It Solved: Why Skip How When Solving Problems

We’re all big on problem solving. It’s a key trait we look for in effective employees. It’s the focus of countless books, media programs, and courses. It’s a reason for admiration: who doesn’t like the guy who can fix something that’s broken—whether that thing is a leaky faucet or a messy company balance sheet? While […]

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Hook a New Habit: A Smart Tip for Behavior Change

Hook a New Habit: A Smart Tip for Behavior Change

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: behavior change is just plain difficult. Why? Because that old behavior is on autopilot. It’s so ingrained that it’s simply second nature. So changing it is like kicking a familiar old habit. But fortunately, I have a trick—a tool that actually leverages old habits into positive […]

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Invested in His People: A Notre Dame Developer Credits Others

Invested in His People: A Notre Dame Developer Credits Others

In my power-alley attributes seminars, one of the inherent traits we study is what I call the developer attribute. A developer is an encourager, delegator, and mentor—one who is focused on others achieving their goals, who’s driven toward teamwork. Often self-effacing, a developer tends to work behind the curtain. To give you an example that […]

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