Yesterday’s Leadership Road Map Needs Remodeling

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It isn’t working. Almost nothing about the way a leader led in the Nineties works today. If you need proof, just look around. Businesses are gone that should be thriving, new businesses are sprouting that weren’t even a dream back then.

Yesterday’s roadmap for success doesn’t work for today’s entrepreneur and business strategist any more than a 1931 Ford Model A could successfully race in the Daytona 500. Yet leaders continue to employ the same set of “old” traditional rules — ...

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You Need to Reduce Digital Distraction to Improve Productivity

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Is your brain being rewired due to technology bombardment? Are you addicted to the time-consuming tsunami of electronic updates from social media, emails, texts, facetime, etc.? Do you feel a constant disconnection from your real life due to an obsession with impersonal electronic connections?

Along with the benefits of the Age of Information comes a dark side: the Age of Disconnection. When you are disconnected because you are distracted by too many invasive intrusions into your life, you lose focus. The ...

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Reinvent Balance to Improve Employee Well-being

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Does the concept of work/life balance make you cringe? Do you envision the scales of justice meeting out the exact amount of minutes you should perform work duties, spend time on social media and engage in personal life activities? Is there is a solution?

Nobody seems to get the fact that it is all about your life. One size doesn’t fit all — balance for one may be a disaster for another. Yet everyone seems to preach about how important work/life ...

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Well being Important to Millennial Employees

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Big transformations lie ahead for leadership according to the 2015 Deloitte Millennial Survey – Executive summary, “Mind the Gaps.” The younger generation is aligned with its current leaders’ priority of “ensuring the long-term future of the organization.” Beyond this, however, Millennials place far greater emphasis on employee wellbeing and employee growth and development. With the workforce rapidly moving from Boomers to Millennials, Boomers are no longer the controlling force in the employee category and their values, methods of communication and ...

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Is Stress your No. 1 Enemy?

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Class attendees often ask me “can I do anything about all this “stress” in my life? I feel like a bundle of nerves at the end of the day”. Others question, “why can’t I just relax and not let “things” bother me so much”. I even get questions occasionally like, “is it possible to control some of my stress through what I do in my surroundings”.

Stress comes from many sources in our daily lives. Just driving down a busy street ...

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