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How To Be a Great Innovator in Your Field

Innovation in today’s society can be a difficult idea to grasp and an even more difficult idea to implement.  In order to truly lead forward as an innovator there are a few key concepts to hold onto. Today’s post is by Dr. Joseph Walker, author of No Opportunity Wasted (CLICK HERE to get your copy). Lately, the […]

Great Associate Experiences Start with Choice and Flexibility

The biggest change in the office environment is choice and flexibility. People are finding different ways and spaces in which to work that make them happy. Today’s post is by Ira Sharfin, CEO, Continental Office. It’s not a question of if the workplace will change. It’s a matter of when. The days of mundane 8 […]

Leading Remote and Outsourced Employees So They Too Can be Part of the Team

Outsourced and remote employees often are expected to share the company vision but are not part of the team. Leaders take action to bring these workers into the team. Today’s post is by Dr. Richard Nongard, author of Viral Leadership (CLICK HERE to get your copy). As I walked by the reception desk in my […]

11 till Whenever – How to Stay Disciplined when Freelancing

The freelancing and entrepreneurial lifestyle seems like it has so many benefits like flexibility, setting your own hours, and doing your own thing. That flexibility, however, presents very real challenges to your efficiency and effectiveness. A few good habits can help you stay on track and get your work done. Today’s post is by Ed […]

How I’m Kicking My Worst Behavior to the Curb

How performing simple daily affirmations helped one leader kick her worst habit to the curb, improving her relationships at home and at work. Today’s post is by Glain Roberts-McCabe, author of Did I REALLY Sign Up for This?! (CLICK HERE to get your copy). In October of this year, it will be seven years since […]

Managing the Safari Way

Plans and strategies get derailed on a daily basis. Unpredictable issues, market forces, and unforeseen circumstances can all throw your plan off track. Being flexible, having contingency plans in place, and trusting others can help you overcome these obstacles and get back on track. Today’s post is by Larry Ackerman, author of The Identity Code […]