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Catalyzing breakthrough in leaders, organizations, and the world.
Catalyzing breakthrough in leaders, organizations, and the world.

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Sometimes, it’s just not easy living in an “Instagram perfect” world. Here are some tips on “practicing happiness” when your world is a little less than perfect.
https://bng1st.co/2EcppSN
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Kara Swisher, executive editor of Recode, has some thoughts on being the boss. She shared them recently at a Stanford Graduate School of Business’ Women in Management event.
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#LIVE #Webinar #Thursday Join Dr. Dean Anderson and explore how to use your life experiences, and personal reactions to them, to spur your personal development and maximize your career success. https://bng1st.co/2Qqz1k4

#personaldevelopment #consciousleadership #consciouscapitalism #mindfulleadership #consciousleader #consciousbusiness
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What’s a bigger benefit to your company’s bottom line, more high performers or less toxic ones? Here’s some advice on managing your superstars … and helping the toxic ones move on.
https://bng1st.co/2RRl9w4
Take 5: How to Keep Your High Performers Happy
Take 5: How to Keep Your High Performers Happy
insight.kellogg.northwestern.edu
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What “Uber Score” would you give your coworkers? If you scored them less than four, here are the top three things that you likely find annoying about them.
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#Stakeholder #engagement, done well, can unleash the human potential in your organization. But you will need to take a more advanced approach to stakeholder engagement than you will find in most change efforts.

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#orgchange #orgdev #culturechange #transformation #changeleadership #consciousleadership
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There’s an art to disagreeing with someone, especially if you report to them. Here are some tips for making your point in potentially difficult circumstances.
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Do you have a serious leisure interest? If so, does it make you a better leader? This HBR article explains why it just might.
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There’s a link between organizational health and the mental health of your team. Here are four ways you can improve mental health in your work environment.
https://bng1st.co/2PjLkJV
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