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How to Choose Goals That Motivate and Inspire Your Team

One of Stephen Covey’s most well-known habits, of his famed seven, is to begin all pursuits “with the end in mind.” If you can’t clearly envision your desired outcome, you can’t proactively bring it fruition. This is doubly true in leadership.

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A CEO Manifesto for Better Meetings

Meetings. We may not like them but they are an indispensable part of modern work life and they’re essential to getting things done. To transform meetings from a slog into a structured opportunity to move things forward, you simply have to have a clear process for managing them properly.

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Do Your People Know Which Way to Go?

The ultimate goal of leadership is the delivery of exceptional performance that creates enduring value for all stakeholders. This goal demands that leaders create a clear sense of direction.

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Patti Johnson Shares The Secrets For Leading Change

Patti Johnson is a career and workplace expert and the CEO of PeopleResults, a change and organizational development consulting firm she founded in 2004. She is the author of Make Waves: Be the One to Start Change at Work and in Life (May 2014).

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Leaders: Do These 3 Things To Make Every Interaction Count

The modern workplace is demanding. Between relentless meetings, emails, text messages, questions to answer, problems to solve, fires to put out — it can begin to feel like you are drowning in an immeasurably vast sea of responsibilities.

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