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    Employees are bringing their own devices to work in record numbers. Are you doing the right things to

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    I spoke to Bob Burg about building strong relationships in the workplace. His latest book is called Adversaries Into

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    The way you make decisions determines your career trajectory, and if you want to rise high, you must

  • How to Close The Leadership Gap – with Mike Myatt

    I spoke to Mike Myatt, who is a leadership advisor to Fortune 500 CEOs and Boards, author of

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  • Why You Need to Close Your Open Offices Now

    The open office trend has reached a fever pitch, with nearly 70 percent of American workers now residing

  • Why Leaders Need to Take Responsibility For Their Actions

    Every action that a leader takes can greatly influence the outcome of their success, along with their employees.

  • How to Make Weekly 1-On-1’s More Useful for Your Team

    Too often, when I ask managers whether they have regular weekly one-on-one meetings with each staff member on

  • Career Lessons from a Pool Hustler Turned CEO

    Fred Cook, the CEO of PR juggernaut GolinHarris, has worked with Jeff Bezos, Michael Eisner, and Steve Jobs.

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  • Four Tips for Getting the Most from Your Introverted Team Members

    Not everyone you work with is an extrovert, even if the corporate culture rewards people for being outgoing.

  • Will Wearables Increase Our Productivity?

    I’ll admit it: my personal experience with wearable technology is limited to FitBit, which tracks my daily physical