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Level Five Associates is the ideal, long term partner to help you change your culture to be values-based and centered on empowerment, build a high performing team, drive measureable outcomes through strategic planning, and lead your industry.
Level Five Associates is the ideal, long term partner to help you change your culture to be values-based and centered on empowerment, build a high performing team, drive measureable outcomes through strategic planning, and lead your industry.

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Learn to take ownership of your time in this 2-minute video
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Is there much point to having meetings that don't include a discussion? While meetings may be great for making sure that everybody is on the same page and updating multiple people at once, oftentimes the real value comes in the form of the group discussing – perhaps even arguing – the meeting's topics. Learn why meetings should include a bit of debate and how to encourage healthy arguments: https://hbr.org/2018/01/how-to-have-a-good-debate-in-a-meeting
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Email is an incredible tool that has helped to revolutionize the way businesses operate. It has the ability to greatly expedite communication but, when misused, can trigger unnecessary conflicts. Here are 6 potential landmines along with some tips for resolving them: https://hbr.org/2018/01/when-an-email-exchange-turns-ugly
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Successful change management requires getting the right people on board and communicating a clear vision. Here are 10 tips that can help your next change management initiative succeed: https://www.cio.com/article/3225505/digital-transformation/10-tips-for-change-management-success.html
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Civilian life can be hard when veterans who have honed skills through their service aren't able to put their abilities to good use. Learn how the Department of Veterans Affairs Compensated Work Therapy program helped one veteran find work that gave his life new purpose and, in the process, led him to help other veterans: http://gplus.link/kuxqy
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Many leaders often find themselves in a near-constant hurry, whether it's taking on too many responsibilities (instead of properly delegating), attending too many meetings, or just putting far too many things on their schedule. However, this often comes at a cost. Learn why it's hard to serve your organization and team members if you're constantly hurrying, as well as what you can do about it: http://cherylbachelder.com/productivity/the-problem-with-hurry/
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A carefully honed mission statement can give your organization incredible clarity when it comes to your business's direction. It allows everybody to understand what your organization actually does and helps them to focus on the tasks most likely to achieve those objectives. If your company doesn't have a mission statement – or if you've considered refining your mission statement to make it more focused – you'll want to check out these 3 pieces of advice for crafting an effective mission statement: https://www.noobpreneur.com/2017/11/01/3-steps-to-creating-an-effective-mission-statement/
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Gratitude is powerful. Even a simple “thank you” acknowledging a team member's work can help to make their day and motivate them to work harder. Learn how gratitude and appreciation can improve employee performance: https://michaelhyatt.com/gratitude-and-happiness/
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