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Simply wanted to say thank you for allowing me to join the community. I am an entrepenuer, buisness trainer as well as author. My desire is helping to facilitate the dreams and also success of other people.I look forward to conributing to the online community over the upcoming months and years as well as learning and also gleening from others. 

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"Innovation within our Sphere of Influence" #CDNA Tweetchat 5pm PST;  Read the Frame: http://buff.ly/1BtWPoW #usguys #sobcon
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Curious as to how the DNA testing process works? Here is a handy video that walks you through the process: http://bit.ly/1r5XAA5

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Are you a team player?

Cooperation is the key to team success. We all naturally adapt, adjust, and copy the culture of our environment. In a team, it’s ideal to cooperate and collaborate with kindness and good intentions. Relationships among the team matter most. Relationships build the team. Hence, we want to keep a harmonious relationship by not hurting each other.

An exceptional leader knows how to inspire hard work in the team, he knows how to motivate them to cooperate, and he also knows how to humbly ask. A good leader does not judge or assume right away. He uses humble inquiry to become an effective leader. To be a good leader, you need to cooperate, which means: you need to be kind, you need good intentions, you need to be humble and ASK.

Are you kind enough to truly collaborate? 

Here's food for thought on my blog:
http://www.ocai-online.com/blog/2014/07/Are-You-Kind-Enough-To-Truly-Collaborate
LEADERSHIP & CHANGE MAGAZINE ISSUE 7
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Subscribe for a year, for a month or buy one issue. The first issue is free if you cancel your subscription within the money-back period. No risk here: check out your first magazine issue!??
Annual subscriptions are $24.99 or € 18,20, monthly subscriptions are only $3.49 or € 2,55. ? 

Wishing you a generous, giving workplace culture!
Best regards, ?Marcella Bremer

All the best,
Jehan Joy Gesta
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Are you a team player?

Cooperation is the key to team success. We all naturally adapt, adjust, and copy the culture of our environment. In a team, it’s ideal to cooperate and collaborate with kindness and good intentions. Relationships among the team matter most. Relationships build the team. Hence, we want to keep a harmonious relationship by not hurting each other.

An exceptional leader knows how to inspire hard work in the team, he knows how to motivate them to cooperate, and he also knows how to humbly ask. A good leader does not judge or assume right away. He uses humble inquiry to become an effective leader. To be a good leader, you need to cooperate, which means: you need to be kind, you need good intentions, you need to be humble and ASK.

Are you kind enough to truly collaborate? 

Here's food for thought on my blog:
http://www.ocai-online.com/blog/2014/07/Are-You-Kind-Enough-To-Truly-Collaborate
LEADERSHIP & CHANGE MAGAZINE ISSUE 7
Make your difference by giving more!

Android users subscribe here: http://bit.ly/1oVrVxn
Apple users subscribe here: http://bit.ly/18IXqiJ

Subscribe for a year, for a month or buy one issue. The first issue is free if you cancel your subscription within the money-back period. No risk here: check out your first magazine issue!


Annual subscriptions are $24.99 or € 18,20, monthly subscriptions are only $3.49 or € 2,55. 
 

Wishing you a generous, giving workplace culture!
Best regards, 
Marcella Bremer

All the best,
Jehan Joy Gesta
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Hi everyone! I'm an information and knowledge manager supporting the U.S. Marine Corps. I look forward to joining the discussion and collaborating with community members.

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Excellent New Blog Post by +Dan Durrant from +Cause Analytics on biases in decision making

Five biases to overcome

1. Confirmation bias
2. Hindsight bias
3. Correlation vs. Causation
4. Too Much Data
5. The Wrong “Big Question”

"Collaboration in #decisionmaking works best when the organisation's culture is both diverse and data-driven."

#socialbusiness
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