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Marcella Bremer

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How do you work with culture and change? Here's an overview of blog posts on how I do it. I look forward to hearing your ways to engage people in successful change.
https://www.ocai-online.com/blog/2016/Overview-Blog-Change-with-Culture-Positive-Leadership?utm_source=ws20170318&utm_medium=google_campaign=ows
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Marcella Bremer

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How can you develop your personal positive power at work? There are four levels to work on, starting with yourself: ME. Here's the overview of the book that I am blogging! I hope you like it - in this era, we need as many positive agents as possible to make change happen.
https://www.leadershipandchangemagazine.com/how-can-you-develop-your-personal-positive-power-at-work
This book-blog covers the basics of how to become a positive agent in any position. That can be quite a challenge – so how can we accomplish it?
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Kevin M Daley

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Sales Problems When CEO's have them yet fail to take Actionable Steps!

For some time now you have been telling yourself everything will be just fine. These bad times will soon pass. All along you have been experiencing sales person complacency, excuses and turnover.

By reaching out for help you feel you may expose yourself. However, you are exposing yourself to a much greater degree when you fail to act

Read this tip in full at http://peakperformancesalestraining.us/content/when-business-owners-know-they-have-sales-problem-yet-fail-act

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Stefano Carulli

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Bob Quinn discerns four ways to instigate change. Which one do you use often? If you want to make a positive difference from any position, I recommend the fourth. What do you think?

http://bit.ly/2jn9Wme
Check out my latest post to discover how to invite people in the change development process and consequently bring positive change to your organization.
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Stefano Carulli

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Why would you develop personal positive power?
Developing personal positive power will not only make you happier, but also energize your team and influence your organization. What is your path to personal change?

https://www.leadershipandchangemagazine.com/why-would-you-develop-personal-positive-power/
Are you a leader or a member? Focusing on what you can control and changing yourself will bring peace of mind and positive energy.
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Aad Boot

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Many corporate change programs fail to deliver the expected results. Gary Hamel, John Kotter, and others claim the failure rate to be around a staggering 70%. What is the role of executive teams he…
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Sandra Vazquez

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5 Challenges of Working Remotely and Ways to Tackle Them https://goo.gl/ivVIi9 #remotework
More companies are incorporating flex time and integrating digital nomads into their workforce. This trend is especially true for the software industry. Nev
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Dr. John King

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8 Lessons For New Leaders

Leadership Is Difficult: 8 Lessons For New Leaders is written by Gregory Alford of Accelerated Coaching and Consulting is a great reminder of some sound leadership basics. Here are some highlights that I found helpful. Please click through and read the whole article. Self-awareness. A mentor, coach or therapist (or any combination of the three) is a must […] The post 8 Lessons For New Leaders appeared first on Dr. John A. King .

http://www.drjohnaking.com/leadership/8-lessons-for-new-leaders/


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Stefano Carulli

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How can you make a difference in your workplace?
Read post #2 of Marcella Bremer's book and find out how to become a positive agent through a process of self-discovery and empowerment! Click here for more: http://bit.ly/2h2Fikn
Do you want to be a positive agent? Become a leader and be surprised by the energy and self-organization that people display to achieve shared goals.
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Ramkumar K

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As the past year has demonstrated, leaders must respond to the demands of the people who have entrusted them to lead, while also providing a vision and a way forward, so that we can imagine a better future.
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Ramkumar K

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Bosses who crave power but fear they might lose it can undermine their teams’ productivity.
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LEADERSHIP, CULTURE & CHANGE MAKE A DIFFERENCE Read the Leadership & Change Magazine Blog - let's talk about positive leadership, culture and change! 1. Get access to the members area with extras at http://www.leadershipandchangemagazine.com/join-us/ 2. Or simply sign up for blog updates, once a week: http://www.leadershipandchangemagazine.com/updates/ * We need LEADERSHIP that values integrity, authenticity, trust, respect. * We need CULTURES that engage, empower and energize people * We need to CHANGE a lot - such as micro-management, command + control, exploitation, environmental issues and more… Marcella Bremer & Marcel Lamers co-founders of http://www.ocai-online.com (OCAI CULTURE SURVEY) and http://www.leadershipandchangemagazine.com (LEADERSHIP & CHANGE MAGAZINE)

Jeff White

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What does success mean to you? Do you know what separates successful people from the unsuccessful?

https://youtu.be/4cqg8qTA-xI
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Stefano Carulli

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Bob Quinn discerns four ways to instigate change. Which one do you use often? If you want to make a positive difference from any position, I recommend the fourth. What do you think?

http://bit.ly/2jn9Wme
Check out my latest post to discover how to invite people in the change development process and consequently bring positive change to your organization.
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John King

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Turning The Negative Into The Positive

I just finished reading a great article by Dr Deana Murphy from Huffington Post entitled Fire Workplace Negativity and Run a Positive Institution. Here are some highlights for you: When I worked in a corporate setting, I too experienced times when I became negative and sometimes angry under protocol. But the impact of this type of […] The post Turning The Negative Into The Positive appeared first on Dr. John A. King .

http://www.drjohnaking.com/leadership/turning-the-negative-into-the-positive/


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Stefano Carulli

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While it is true that we live in a multicultural world, diversity and cultural differences can get in the way when when we have to work together. Have you ever experienced anything like this in the workplace?

https://www.ocai-online.com/blog/Transcultural-Collaboration-are-you-Competent

Transcultural Collaboration: are you Competent? It's more important than before to know how to work with people from different cultures and handle diversity well.
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Stefano Carulli

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While it is true that we live in a multicultural world, diversity and cultural differences can get in the way when when we have to work together. Have you ever experienced anything like this in the workplace?

https://www.ocai-online.com/blog/Transcultural-Collaboration-are-you-Competent

Transcultural Collaboration: are you Competent? It's more important than before to know how to work with people from different cultures and handle diversity well.
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Stefano Carulli

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What is your personal positive power? And what circles conduct the difference that you make? Check out how to bring your best self forward while helping others be positive and powerful, too. What do you think? https://www.leadershipandchangemagazine.com/what-is-personal-positive-power/
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Rick Li

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That’s a thing you notice in #Japan, the deep personal investment people make in their work. The word #shokunin, which has no direct translation, sums it up: It means something like 'master or mastery of one’s profession,' and it captures the way Japanese workers spend every day trying to be better at what they do. Shokunin culture can have a side that, to those of us raised on a more brutally capitalistic worldview, verges on the ridiculous.


#WorkCulture #CorporateCulture #OrganisationalCulture #Workforce #ManagingEmployees #PeopleManagement #EmployeeEngagement #WorkManagement #WorkforceManagement #WorkLife
What the West Can Learn From Japan About the Cultural #ValueofWork
http://www.nytimes.com/2016/12/13/magazine/what-the-west-can-learn-from-japan-about-the-cultural-value-of-work.html
Societies roiled by populist anger could take a lesson from Japan’s attitude toward labor — and the importance of investing it with meaning.
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Ramkumar K

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The question is one I have heard countless times over the years in my capacity as an executive coach: "What would you say are the traits that make a great
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Ramkumar K

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Understanding the principles that confer robustness in complex systems—such as tropical forests, stock markets, and even companies—can mean the difference between survival and extinction.
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