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What’s your speciality – Charu Sabnavis

Do you have the skills needed to stand out? If you are not sure what works on the job, see our list of traits to master At work we all need a special trait or talent that sets us apart from our colleagues and makes our bosses notice us. It could be the ability to …

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The Six Deadly Sins of Leadership – Jack Welch

Being a leader is perhaps the hardest challenge any of us will ever face. No matter how long we work at it, practicing the right behaviors is a never-ending task. Knowing – and avoiding – the wrong ones is too. Thus, we offer the following six common leadership pitfalls: 1. Not Giving Self-Confidence its Due. …

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7 Techniques to delivering Training that sticks

Everything is changing so fast, except for the Holy Grail of training: Training that sticks! What are the best practices for creating and delivering training that results in lasting skill and knowledge uptake and permanent behavior change? Align learning goals 100 percent to meet clearly defined skill and knowledge gaps tied directly to concrete business …

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15 Game-Changing Tips to Deliver Ground-Breaking Results – Linda Descano

Be true to yourself; let your inner compass guide you. Fail fast and fail forward. Move on and move off – in other words, make a decision and, if it doesn’t pan out, learn from it and don’t keep playing it back. Surround yourself with people smarter than you. Bring people along with you – …

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The 6 Keys to Being Awesome At Everything

Pursue what you love Passion is an incredible motivator. It fuels focus, resilience, and perseverance. Do the hardest work first We all move instinctively toward pleasure and away from pain. Most great performers, Ericsson and others have found, delay gratification and take on the difficult work of practice in the mornings, before they do anything …

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Teaching Teens Social and Emotional Intelligence Skills

Many educators on LinkedIn have asked me about teaching social and emotional intelligence skills to teens. As more learning takes place in group and team settings, many teachers have observed that unless we help them tackle personal and social challenges, many will never fully engage and will not fulfill their potential. The good news is …

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3 Tips to Cut Online Distractions at Work

The internet can save us so much time, but it is also a source of tempting time wasters. From the latest adorable cat or baby video to the latest sports scores, there are a plethora of options to pull you away from work. Even the tools we use at work can be misused to eat …

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