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    Learning and Development

    Keep Your Professional Development Plan Simple

    What comes to mind when you think about adding structure to your professional development? Does the very thought of it seem overwhelming, or do you struggle with finding a smart way to start? Here are three tips on making your professional development plan work for you.

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    Strategy and Execution

    Stop Chasing Shiny Objects!

    Entrepreneurs are known for taking risks, having tireless energy, and dreaming up countless “good ideas.” They
    also often tend to leap from one idea or business venture to the next, chasing “shiny objects.” Here are three ways to improve your focus.

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    Leadership and Management

    No Motivation? Three Steps to Get Back on Track.

    Are you constantly trying to find your motivation at work? Whether it’s rapid changes in the business world, pushing forward on a new project, or coming back to work from a holiday break, it can be hard to jump up and get moving.

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    Productivity

    Social Media: Friend or Foe?

    All too often, people don’t realize that the things they share online can hinder their career advancement — and their livelihood. Be proactive about protecting your brand and reputation by carefully considering what you post.

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    Strategy and Execution

    Enhance Your Strategic Acumen

    A lot of people are great at strategic thinking. Others are rock stars when executing against a strategy. Great leaders can do both! Here are three tactics to help you think with strategic acumen, and be more effective in your execution.

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    Teamwork

    How to Let Go and Trust Your Team

    If you want to get the most out of your team, you’ve got to learn to trust your people. Trust isn’t just what you say, but how you demonstrate that you value your team. Here are three surefire ways to show your people you trust them.

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