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In your role as a leader, you will eventually find yourself in the middle of a conflict caused by a miscommunication of one kind or another. Maybe you have already had this experience. If you haven’t, hold on, it’s coming. In these situations, it’s incredibly tempting to get lost in the process of figuring out […]
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This is a guest post by John Findlay is co-founder of Launchfire. You just took over a team, and you are frustrated with the level of training your employees received under your predecessor. Perhaps the previous leader didn’t invest in training at all or maybe he or she just wasted everyone’s time with ineffective training. And […]
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It’s this time of year when companies are working on their plans for next year. They are finalizing budgets, setting goals and more in hopes of building on this year’s successes or improving performance that didn’t quite meet expectations. Additionally, some businesses are sketching out plans to increase hiring in 2017, while others must beef […][READ MORE]