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Michael Lee Stallard
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Within your circle of influence, who can you help to get into the right role for their strengths? http://connectionculture.com/for-the-best-teams-put-aces-in-their-places/ #Leadership   #TalentDevelopment  
Are your people in the right roles for their talents and abilities? Paul LaRue explains why leaders need to "put aces in their places."
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So easy to do, yet so easy to forget. #WaysToConnect  
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Take an inside look at the practices that ABC News has implemented to create a workplace culture where people thrive: http://connectionculture.com/6-actions-help-abc-news-perform-top-game/ #ABCNews   #WorkplaceCulture   #ConnectionCulture  
ABC News does it right when it comes to workplace culture. Here are six programs the company has implemented to foster connection.
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Still face managers don't connect with others due to anxiety about their role. Here's how one organization used that knowledge to help two struggling employees: www.connectionculture.com/still-face-managers-organization #StillFace   #Management   #Leadership   #WorkplaceIssues  
Do you have “still face” managers in your organization? Here's why a supervisor's lack of emotion can be problematic...and how to resolve the situation.
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I'm excited to give the afternoon keynote address at this year's Annual Sharing Day hosted by NJ Organization Development. Check out the details and register: http://www.njod.org/annual-sharing-day-2016/ #ConnectionCulture   #OrganizationDevelopment  
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Michael, Excited to hear you will be in NJ for the Annual Sharing Day! Terry
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It’s difficult to connect with others and enjoy work when you are angry. Rather than holding on to grudges, try this approach to release the debt.
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Dr. Paul White shares some tell-tale signs of toxic workplace cultures: http://connectionculture.com/5-ways-to-tell-if-a-workplace-is-toxic/ #WorkplaceCulture   #ToxicCulture  
Toxic workplaces take a major toll on employees, customers, and vendors. Dr. Paul White shares five symptoms of a toxic workplace.
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Take some time this evening to read this thoughtful analysis by Dr. Todd Hall on ways to motivate yourself in your work. http://connectionculture.com/5-practices-to-promote-deep-engagement-in-your-work/ +Todd Hall  #CareerAdvice  
Research shows that intrinsic motivation is more important than extrinsic factors when it comes to engagement with your work. Here are 5 practices to help.
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A great point from +Paul LaRue: anyone in your team can remind the group about the vision. http://connectionculture.com/create-big-pictures-daily-drive-vision/ #Vision   #Encouragement   #ConnectionCulture  
When things aren't going well, it's easy for employees and leaders to become discouraged. Keeping your focus on the big picture is the key to success.
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A helpful article by +Wally Bock on when you should and should not delegate: http://connectionculture.com/delegation-doing-it-right/ #Leadership   #Delegation  
Delegation can be a win-win for your team, but it can also backfire. Here's when you should and should not delegate.
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Thanks, Michael
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Leading healthcare organizations create "Connection Cultures" that protect people from stress and burnout.
Burnout is on the rise in healthcare. Increased stress and complexity, and the demands to achieve higher productivity are taking a toll. Each year nearly 400 physicians commit suicide, more than double the rate of the general population
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Expressing appreciation is vital for connection, but so many efforts fall flat. Here's how to succeed: http://connectionculture.com/improving-staff-morale-authentic-appreciation/ #Appreciation   #EmployeeEngagement  
Why do so many employee appreciation programs fall flat? Dr. Paul White explains how to improve staff morale through authentic appreciation.
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Michael Lee Stallard, president of E Pluribus Partners, speaks, teaches workshops and writes about leadership, employee engagement, teams and organizational culture. Michael is the author of Fired Up or Burned Out. He writes for several media outlets including Fox Business. He blogs at michaelleestallard.com.
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Greenwich, CT
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104 Brookside Drive, Greenwich, CT 06831