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How Not to Give a Compliment When You're a Manager

How Not to Give a Compliment When You're a Manager

May 03, 2021

Learning how to give a compliment should be required of all managers—not because it's rocket science (it isn't) but because it's rarely taught or talked about. Yet it's one of the most influential things you can do.  The "right" compliment can...

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Respect in the Workplace: The One Rule That Makes It Possible

Respect in the Workplace: The One Rule That Makes It Possible

Apr 26, 2021

If respect in the workplace is such a no-brainer, why is it in such short supply? It doesn't have to be. After you pick up the one simple rule in today's video (and three ways to carry it out), you'll never again have to wonder what respect in the...

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Hiring for Culture: The Mistake Managers Make [And Interview Red Flags]

Hiring for Culture: The Mistake Managers Make [And Interview Red Flags]

Apr 19, 2021

Hiring for culture sounds good—until it starts to stifle your growth as a team or company. Today's video will give you a simple tool to reframe hiring for culture so that doesn't happen.  You'll also discover 5 interview red flags no hiring manager...

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What’s Your Leadership Style? [And Why It Matters]

What’s Your Leadership Style? [And Why It Matters]

Apr 12, 2021

The first time someone told me I should have a leadership style, or a framework for supervising, I wrote it off as academic mumbo-jumbo. Yet now that I’m directing a small team, I see how helpful (and non-academic) a leadership style is. Today’s...

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Tips for Dealing With Difficult Personalities At Work

Tips for Dealing With Difficult Personalities At Work

Apr 01, 2021

Just as in your personal life, you're not going to get along with everyone you meet at work. Whether you have a co-worker who underperforms, a manager who micromanages, or just a colleague with a different work style from you, dealing with difficult...

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How To Manage Your Time When You're New to Management

How To Manage Your Time When You're New to Management

Mar 29, 2021

When you become a new manager—not just of a project but a team—how you manage your time may need an overhaul. It's easy to miss this. Most new managers acknowledge they must now get things done through their team. Yet they still manage their time as...

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How To Run Effective Meetings

How To Run Effective Meetings

Mar 26, 2021

Meetings can be frustrating, yes? They are often time-consuming, disruptive, and expensive—and it often seems like the disadvantages outweigh the advantages. Especially when it feels as though you and your team didn't actually accomplish anything....

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Leadership Strengths: 4 Reasons Women Make Great Leaders

Leadership Strengths: 4 Reasons Women Make Great Leaders

Mar 24, 2021

It should come as no surprise that women are strong leaders. However, the workplace today still lacks a balance of women and men in leadership roles. In fact, in 2020, only 29% of people in leadership roles were women, according to a study conducted...

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Does Your Leadership Inspire Leadership? It Will With These 3 Keys

Does Your Leadership Inspire Leadership? It Will With These 3 Keys

Mar 22, 2021

The day you decide to inspire leadership, everything changes. You now leverage the power of your team—without struggle, without coercion. Instead of "getting your employees to perform," you now set them free to perform at their best. Inspiring...

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​​​​​​​How To Run Effective One-on-One Meetings With Employees

​​​​​​​How To Run Effective One-on-One Meetings With Employees

Mar 19, 2021

As a manager and leader, you know how important it is to check in with your employees on a regular basis. Yet for various reasons, too many managers avoid one-on-one meetings; for example, because they don't know how to structure them, they don't...

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