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Effective Communication is Paramount!

In April of this year, technology mogul Elon Musk tweeted out that “people are overrated.” While he would later explain that he was referring to the power of robotics and the emerging technology in both robotics and artificial intelligence, I

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Why Leadership Efforts Fail

Go online, stroll through a bookstore, attend another training workshop or seminar and you will see that the topic of leadership is everywhere. We talk about it in political terms, business, sports, and tax-exempt organizations. People are captivated and confused

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A Culture Built For Performance

In today’s professional world, people are craving effective leadership. What maybe misattributed as generational gaps is that everywhere, middle level managers and their team members are overburdened and uninspired by individuals holding titled positions of leadership providing neither effective leadership

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Understanding Emotional Needs Today

Influential leaders are leaders (with or without a formal title or role) who possess the mind and behaviour habits that create positive and energized emotions within themselves and around them. They are emotionally aware leaders, and they actively seek information

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What is Your Leader’s Trust Level?

Trust enables your team not only to perform its daily function but also to rise above conflicts and crises. In today’s fast-paced, complex, ambiguous environment of constant change, conflicts and crises abound within the organization. So in order to succeed,

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Six Questions to Becoming an Influential Leader

As leaders we must always be pursuing new avenues that can improve or enhance our overall leadership influence. In today’s knowledge economy, we must continually transform our own leadership effectiveness, the performance of our people, and the overall productivity of

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The Key to Collaboration: Cooperative Attitude

A cooperative attitude is performance power. And a cooperative attitude is critical to building strong, sustainable teams. We know that when teams are engaged by their leadership in a cooperative environment not only is there in an increase in employee

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How Behaviour drives Employee Engagement

It is not uncommon in today’s business culture, to find organizations where someone is in charge of engagement as though you could assign it or delegate it. A culture of engagement is nothing more than the total sum of each

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