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Any conversation about religion, politics, or divisive social issues between employer and employee can become a form of abuse due to the imbalance of power and the implied threat of job stability to the subordinate. If you want to maintain a creative and harmonious workplace, leave the proselytizing at home. Continue reading

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People avoid leadership responsibility for many different reasons. Perhaps the most powerful reason is that true leadership involves the most humbling personal sacrifice. Continue reading

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The good work of evaluating comparative risk can be undermined by basic human frailty. Today’s article takes another look at the challenge of choosing. Continue reading

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Much of the criticism leveled at today’s business leaders is called for, but there is one aspect of leadership responsibility that is poorly understood. Leaders are compensated for making decisions – frequently very difficult decisions with no clear right answer. Today’s blog explores this idea. Continue reading

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For those of us who are or aspire to be leaders, the choice must be about more than the increased paycheck. The choice must be about having a passion to lead, a belief that you can make a positive difference, and a willingness to be criticized, disliked, and argued with for the sake of progress. Continue reading

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There are similarities. The smart companies across industries are evaluating means to reduce their costs, maintain brand, marketing and sales focus, and increase customer value. Savvy operators have switched from a quarterly/monthly financial evaluation strategy to a monthly/weekly financial evaluation strategy. Even the folks who don’t care much for reading are watching the financial and business news every day. Continue reading

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