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Mike Lehr
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I focus on significant change and problem-solving challenges created by strategic plans, IT implementations, process improvements, mergers, acquisitions, consolidations and high-growth opportunities. Ancillary to my work is extensive documentation and writing.
I focus on significant change and problem-solving challenges created by strategic plans, IT implementations, process improvements, mergers, acquisitions, consolidations and high-growth opportunities. Ancillary to my work is extensive documentation and writing.

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People make tons of money selling what motivates millennials at work. Is it really new information? Or, is it repackaged information that applies to young workers of all generations? Yes, millennials' skills differ from those of other generations. Their buying habits do too. Does this mean their motivations at work differ too? Become a better consumer of the mountain of Millennial motivational material in the marketplace.
http://omegazadvisors.com/2015/08/24/millennials-in-the-workplace/

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Changing company culture is hard enough. Falling for these four common mistakes make it even harder. Make it easier on your team. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wHIOCVjwcPo Read it at http://omegazadvisors.com/20…/…/02/changing-company-culture/

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Getting honest feedback from employees takes work. Yet, it’s worth it. Research shows better retention and performance when employees feel they can speak their minds.
 
Many times though managers do and say things that sabotage their best efforts at getting it. As an example, anonymous employee surveys are popular but don't cut it. They can make things worse. There are other mistakes too that seem just as innocent.

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How do we assess thinking skills in talent at work? Artificial intelligence models give us two ways to do that. They are based on how humans learn.

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Improving a company culture is quite different from changing one. Home improvements are different from changing homes. To improve company culture, it helps to understand how it differs from changing a company culture. Yes, it certainly is semantics. Remember. We’re dealing with people. It’s not about logic. Semantics matter.

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There are dangerous employees in the workplace. Though a minority, they can wreak havoc on careers, organizational cultures, office politics and teams. Such employees include narcissists and psychopaths. It's easy to think they are the same. They are not. Understanding the differences help us offset their influence.

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How do rules and processes make people less accountable? We need them to grow our businesses. There are costs though. How do they affect the need for talent, affect labor costs and affect an organization's ability to adapt?

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Underneath office politics is power. Power gives influence. Power comes in many forms though. Understanding our power is helpful in dealing with office politics. Here are 22 personality types and their power sources. Most people are a combination of three or more. How many do you have?

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Who are the most helpful in implementing strategic plans? What does research say? A key to business success is top performers. How do they help in initiating and promoting change? Are they really the best people to go to?

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Most times people tell you what they are all about. It's a matter of how to listen for it. I learned it long ago from my mentor. It opened my eyes. This listening game is fun . . . and insightful in helping us see into others' personalities.
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