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5 Ways to Boost Morale on Your Remote Team

5 Ways to Boost Morale on Your Remote Team

Leadership

When you imagine a remote team, do you see a bunch of introverts hunched over their laptops? Remote workers must go days without speaking to a living soul! Thankfully, that’s... read more

5 Talks That Can Boost Your Team & Your Business

5 Talks That Can Boost Your Team & Your Business

Leadership

Having trouble getting the most out of your marketing? One of your biggest challenges could be how well you’ve trained and developed your employees so they can support your ongoing... read more

12 Most Wizardly “W” Traits of Great Leaders

12 Most Wizardly “W” Traits of Great Leaders

Leadership

“More firm and sure the hand of courage strikes, when it obeys the watchful eye of caution.” ~ James Thomson, Scottish Poet. Let’s get Wack with some “W” Traits of... read more

3 Effortless Communication Secrets of a Leader

3 Effortless Communication Secrets of a Leader

Leadership

I’ve been known to tell many people that confidence is the key to landing your dream job. Personally, I believe that conviction in your personal communication skills makes up at... read more

Unbalanced: The Myth of Gender Equality We’ve Got a Long Way to Go

Unbalanced: The Myth of Gender Equality We’ve Got a Long Way to Go

Leadership

Recently, there has been a steady stream of headlines declaring women ‘victorious’ in the battle of the sexes and the wage war. It wasn’t long ago that TIME magazine declared... read more


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Why Your Web Business Might Not Need a Charismatic Leader

Why Your Web Business Might Not Need a Charismatic Leader

Leadership

We are sucked in by charisma, yet it can be a problem for long-term survival The supermarket giant, Tesco, has announced today that its CEO is to leave – after... read more

Bad News Should Not Come Packaged as a 1,111-Word Letter to Employees

Bad News Should Not Come Packaged as a 1,111-Word Letter to Employees

Leadership

Unfortunately, that’s how Stephen Elop, EVP over Microsoft’s Devices & Services business unit, communicated the company’s decision to reduce its workforce by 12,500 people (or 18,000, depending on who we... read more

5 Truths About Leadership

5 Truths About Leadership

Leadership

As an Organizational Development (OD) and Leadership practitioner, I often find myself having conversations about leadership – what it is and what it isn’t – and how to be a good leader. ... read more

It's Hard To Ask Good Questions

It’s Hard To Ask Good Questions

Leadership

It’s amazingly hard to ask good questions. I’ve been in investigative mode over the last month; trying to understand the root cause of a performance issue and also designing a... read more

Fearless Brand Leaders: Episode 2 – NHL

Fearless Brand Leaders: Episode 2 – NHL

Leadership

Of the four major sports leagues in North America, the National Hockey League has undoubtedly faced and overcome the most adversity, with limited exposure in the U.S. and three lockouts... read more

Letter to a CEO: The Surprising View in the Mirror

Letter to a CEO: The Surprising View in the Mirror

Leadership

 Dear CEO: Congratulations.  You’ve worked hard, built a business and can now enjoy the fruits of an impressive level of personal wealth. In recent times, you’ve shifted your focus beyond... read more

The 9 Habits to Stop Now

The 9 Habits to Stop Now

Leadership

What you don’t do determines what you can do. Tim Ferriss, author of the cult hit and international best-seller ‘The 4-Hour Workweek’, makes that observation in a podcast last month. I completely... read more

You Are a Topic at Your Employees’ Dinner Tables

You Are a Topic at Your Employees’ Dinner Tables

Leadership

The transition from individual contributor to management is probably a bit selfish for almost everyone. In that moment when your responsibilities and title change, you will naturally focus your attention... read more

The Emerging New Role of the CMO

The Emerging New Role of the CMO

Leadership

The role of the Chief Marketing Officer has drastically changed in the last half century. For starters, the position itself was called ‘VP of Marketing’ until the Internet infiltrated our... read more

Google Embraces the Predictable

Google Embraces the Predictable

Leadership

Why Great Leadership and Communication Require Consistency An article entitled, “The Surprising Trait Google Looks For To Identify Potential Leaders,” caught my eye recently. Walter Chen wrote: “At Google, they’re... read more