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Reclaim the lost art of conversation

January 19, 2018

With so many of us looking at our smartphones, it’s almost quaint to have a face-to-face conversation. Yet there’s no replacement for looking into someone’s eyes and establishing a bond.

Keep close tabs on your time

January 18, 2018

To squeeze more productivity out of your workday, identify and plug holes that waste precious time.

What vision will you leave behind?

January 17, 2018

Robert Moses is best known as the man who looked at a marshy, unsightly expanse and slowly transformed it into the city of Flushing Meadows, New York.

De-stress a co-worker during volatile times

January 16, 2018

Q. The nature of our business is up and down. All the volatility makes it fun for me, but some members of our team aren’t very good at handling the uncertainty. They get frazzled and don’t deal well with sudden lulls and surges in activity. Are there ways to help people take volatility in stride?

Toss out sexist assumptions

January 15, 2018

Marjorie Kaplan, former head of Animal Planet and TLC for Discovery Communications, describes an example of sexism early in her career, plus the kind of constant noise that still plagues aspiring women.

5 ways to build a high-performing team

January 12, 2018

Meshing diverse working styles and personalities harmoniously on a team can be tricky. It takes time to build the right team for the job. But it isn’t just about picking the right people.

Tell a story that humanizes you

January 12, 2018

To bond with people on a human level, you need to communicate more fully—and reveal more of yourself in the process.

Four big bad sales myths of 2018

January 12, 2018

My experience with a particularly friendly wolf, Micah, got me thinking about how, in sales, we sometimes constrain ourselves with limiting beliefs, or myths, and the New Year is the perfect time to debunk these falsities and rethink how you are going to approach sales in 2018.

Fuel the brain with positivity

January 12, 2018

Some feared that Mike Salvino would prove a high-profile failure. Instead, he learned that people are born with four drivers, and took the insight to heart.

Leadership Tips, Vol. 218

January 12, 2018

Venus and Serena’s father: “Fake it till you make it” is nonsense … Identifying potential leaders … Building teams the military way

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