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One of the keys to a successful company is a cohesive leadership team: a team that wants to work together, that knows how to work together, that understands how to communicate and collaborate, and is propelled by the power of leveraging each others' strengths.
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“If you could get all the people in an organization rowing in the same direction, you could dominate any industry, in any market, against any competition, at any time.” — Patrick Lencioni

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Starting a new position is charged with uncertainty. Your performance during the first few months in a new role marks the difference between merely surviving and being truly remarkable.

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Remarkable Leaders

At the higher levels of organizational life, all the leading players are technically skilled. They’re all smart. But being smart is not enough. You must also be leveraging your strengths while being astutely aware of your weaknesses.

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Learning by Thinking: How Reflection Aids Performance

Knowledge is an important element of productivity. If follows that the acquisition of knowledge is equally important to your long-term success. But how do you learn? And how do you find time?

A new research paper called Learning By Thinking: How Reflection Aids Performance offers some keen insights. Basically, there are two types of learning: learn by doing (‘experience’), and learn by thinking (‘reflection’). Based on the UNC and Harvard professor’s research, it turns out that the most powerful way to learn is a combination of both.

The authors define ‘reflection’ as an intentional attempt to synthesize, abstract, and articulate the key lessons taught by experience. Reflecting on what has been learned makes experience more productive.

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