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When you think about performance reviews, what do you think? Here are a few valuable tips to help make your performance reviews less painful and more effective – both for you and the performer w...
Learn valuable principles to apply to your next performance review in order to create higher levels of trust and ultimately greater performance.
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In celebration of our 20th anniversary, here are 5 lessons, learned, relearned and reflected on, that when applied, will help you lead better, learn better and live better.
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If you want your people to be learning and growing (and you all do), then they must see you growing and learning too. It’s time to start learning. And if you want a simple way to start working on your...
As a leader, when you use the power of perspective, you can be more effective and successful. Here are tips for using perspective and gaining new ones.
On the anniversary of the patent on the sewing machine, I'll use the analogy of mending jeans to show how we as leaders can apply it to mending relationships - both at work and home.
A personal tale leads me to think about the important little things that can make us more effective leaders.