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Making Your Business Values Valuable


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Posted by Jamie Notter on Dec 30, 2013 in Business, Culture, Featured, Leadership, Strategy, Strengths, Talent, Transparency | 0 comments

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It’s hard to be opposed to the idea of corporate values. What could be wrong with a company doing a quick off-site to develop a lofty and admirable values statement that can be distributed on posters and cute little wallet-sized laminated cards?

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Making Serendipity Tactical: Is Randomness Part of Your Leadership Strategy?


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Have you ever met a person, come across an idea, or found a resource that was precisely what you needed at exactly that moment in time?

These “happy accidents” bring us surprise and joy. But more than that, they are essential to moving us forward as leaders and learners.

Serendipity powers the social web. Tools and technologies are being created every day to increase our chances of “bumping into” something or someone we aren’t expecting, but greatly need.

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Magnify Success: Choose Your Words Wisely


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Posted by John E. Michel on Dec 22, 2013 in Business, Featured, Leadership, Strategy, Strengths | 2 comments

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No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted. – Aesop

‘Sticks and stones may break my bones but words will never hurt me.’ Many of you will remember this popular rhyme from elementary school.

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Employee Engagement Is The Solution


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Posted by Dana Theus on Dec 23, 2013 in Business, Culture, Featured, Leadership, Strategy, The Values Revolution | 0 comments

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Editor’s Note: We are honored to run a mini-series called The Values Revolution authored by our very own leaguer, Dana Theus. This is article 5 in the series. Be sure to check out the rest of the series HERE.

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Go Ahead, Bring Your Soul to Work


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Posted by Ted Coiné on Dec 18, 2013 in Business, Culture, Featured, Inspirational, Leadership, Strengths | 15 comments

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This may sound strange, perhaps hard to believe, yet it’s true: even accomplished leaders need permission from time to time.

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Leading a Values Revolution in Your Workplace


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Posted by Dana Theus on Dec 18, 2013 in Business, Culture, Featured, Inspirational, Leadership, Strategy, The Values Revolution | 6 comments

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Editor’s Note: We are honored to run a mini-series called The Values Revolution authored by our very own leaguer, Dana Theus. This is article 4 in the series. Be sure to check out the rest of the series HERE.

Read the source article at Switch and Shift

Why You Need to Create Enthusiasts in Your Organization


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The term employee doesn’t fit the workplace anymore. Let’s transform the term employees and reinvent a new one. Instead, let’s encourage enthusiasts in our organizations. The term employee is associated with a paradigm no longer useful in business today.

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