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- Inside Networking: How and Why to Build a Network Inside Your Organization
- Diversity in Counsel … Unity in Command
- Play Hard. Play Fair. Nobody Hurt. Simple rules for great meetings and teams
- Mentors are everywhere, you just need to know what to look for
- Have we been looking at ‘cultural fit’ all wrong?
- Continuous Improvement – It’s For More Than Just Processes
- What is Culture Anyway?
- Are You High Potential?
- How To Create A Stronger LinkedIn Profile
- Why You Should Keep Your LinkedIn Profile Up To Date
- How To Take Stock And Plan For A Breakout Quarter
- Examining the myth: Do extraverts make better networkers?
- Lessons from the Roller Rink
- The Evolution of a (Hiring) Decision
- A Quick Guide to Informational Interviews
- 5 Questions To Ask Your Boss
- Do your employees dread Monday mornings? How to get your team to look forward to the work week.
- Where Do You Think? The Surprising Difference Between Introverts & Extroverts
- Got a Job Offer? Your Start Date May Be Earlier Than You Think
- Good Boss / Bad Boss
- The Difference Between a Coach and a Mentor
- Four Questions For Your Direct Reports
Tag Archives: Books
Daniel Pink is a master of the art of the amplification of curated research. Like his kindred spirit, Malcolm Gladwell, Pink has taken keen insights in real life, organized them into a theme, woven the theme together with interesting and germane research, and capped it all off with regular doses of great advice.
This is not a book about sales — at least not in the classic sense. Instead, To Sell Is Human is a book for people who want to improve other’s lives and make the world a better place. I’m guessing that includes just about all of us.
In my ongoing mission to turn ideas into action, I am pleased to announce another deep-dive into a classic leadership book. Beginning in May, 2012 friends, fans and fellow ambitious leaders will read and discuss a chapter a week in Jeffery Pfeffer’s seminal work Managing with Power: Politics and Influence in Organizations.
A broad range of widely accepted research is showing that the traditional sense of brainstorming doesn’t work. It just doesn’t produce good, original ideas. What does work? Debate and dissent.