Leadership and Management

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    Leadership and Management

    Helping Outside Help

    ​In today’s world, more and more organizations are turning to outside resources in order to get important jobs done. Here are three ways to manage your outside resources and benefit both sides of the partnership equation.

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    Leadership and Management

    Make “Motivation” a Daily Discipline.

    Recognizing and motivating people for doing a good job seems easy, yet so many people don’t do it. By staying consistent with your motivation, you’ll build a culture of people who are actually engaged and enthusiastic about their jobs.

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    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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    Stop Saying “Yes” When You Need to Say “No”

    Over the years, too many executives and managers have become “yes” people, agreeing to do anything and everything that remotely relates to their realm of duty. But truly effective leaders know how to self-regulate. These simple tips can really help.

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    Leadership and Management

    Surround Yourself with Great Talent

    Great talent is a key ingredient to making things happen and accomplishing goals. Moreover, it’s a leadership responsibility to onboard the very best and then to inspire and encourage these amazing individuals to achieve their full potential.

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    Leadership and Management

    Building Your Motivation Team

    Disciplined leaders make it a point to build a team of trusted advisors, people who know them well and are willing to support them when it matters most.
    Here’s what to consider as you build your motivation team:

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