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Here's Proof That Businesses Might Actually Be Changing For The Better

Here's Proof That Businesses Might Actually Be Changing For The Better | Executive Coaching Growth | Scoop.it
It's no secret that a lot of Americans aren't totally enamored with the corporate world. Skeptics have any number of reasons to question the motives of big businesses, and many people appear to believe that companies care about maximizing profits and...
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Excellent article from Huffington Post that hold hope for business today.  It' primary focus is on social responsibility but I believe it helps us understand a new definition of productivity.

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A Rocky Road to Recovery

Here’s some sobering news going into Labor Day Weekend out of the Rutgers University’s John J. Heldrich Center for Workforce Development.
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Worth reading but we can meet the challenges, if we are open and collaborative.

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How Do You Bring About Real Time Strategic Change? - Huffington Post

How Do You Bring About Real Time Strategic Change? - Huffington Post | Executive Coaching Growth | Scoop.it
How Do You Bring About Real Time Strategic Change?
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It works with all kinds of organizations and in many ways - in large group meetings, team sessions and in coaching individual leaders.
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Excellent question: How do you answer it?

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Sharing economy and the new play control

Sharing economy and the new play control | Executive Coaching Growth | Scoop.it
"For you, to you" is being replaced by "With you, by you". Enter the new play control initiated by the collaborative economy. Continue reading →
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Some very interesting insights for the future.  Well worth the read.

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Video: Tyra Banks on how honesty strengthens your word of mouth marketing

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Interesting discussion from an unexpected source.  Worth listening to for all leaders.

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Why Boomers Are a Boon to the U.S. Economy

Why Boomers Are a Boon to the U.S. Economy | Executive Coaching Growth | Scoop.it
Lincoln Caplan says the widely-used "dependency ratio" is inaccurate and that other measures are better gauges of demographics and aging in America.
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Excellent article but the underlying attitudes must change for this to become a reality.  There is room for all generations in the workforce if people are willing to listen & collaborate.

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Employee recognition must be done properly

Employee recognition must be done properly | Executive Coaching Growth | Scoop.it
My company is considering implementing an employee recognition program. Do these really work?
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Great ideas for recognition. Simple and easy to accomplish. Tough to keep focused.

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Skype Solves The Biggest Problem With Notifications

Skype Solves The Biggest Problem With Notifications | Executive Coaching Growth | Scoop.it
But can their solution scale to other platforms? That could be tricker.
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Unique approach but I wish they could provide better stability for the network.  Generally love the product but there are times when the connections are poor.

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Tackling The Real Unemployment Rate: 12.6%

Tackling The Real Unemployment Rate: 12.6% | Executive Coaching Growth | Scoop.it
Imagine being served your poolside drinks by a lawyer, or getting your chicken sandwich delivered by an experienced marketing professional. The first is a friend of mine, the second my waitress a few weeks ago. Both lost jobs due to economic downturns at their organizations. Both took available work to [...]
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It is about time we make changes in how we report unemployment in this country.  It is the only way we can address the issues and provide solutions.

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Has Innovation Become A Four-Letter Word?

Has Innovation Become A Four-Letter Word? | Executive Coaching Growth | Scoop.it
Has "Innovation" become a four-letter word inside your company? Creating a culture of innovation from scratch isn't easy. Transforming an existing culture is even harder.
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Some great insight on innovation and culture. @stndardoftrust @natschooler
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11 Simple Tips For Having Great Meetings

11 Simple Tips For Having Great Meetings | Executive Coaching Growth | Scoop.it
11 Simple Tips For Having Great Meetings From Some Of The World’s Most Productive People http://ow.ly/ACvDqFiled under: Learning
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Always look to improve!
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Beware Employee Engagement Hyperbole! - Zealise Blog

Beware Employee Engagement Hyperbole!  - Zealise Blog | Executive Coaching Growth | Scoop.it
At the end of the day employees are people and employee engagement is ultimately about nothing more than how best to deal with your people; by treating them as human beings. After all, as Conant clarified, they are what ultimately determine your success.
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Good discussion - Thanks for sharing Bay!

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The John Maxwell Company

The John Maxwell Company | Executive Coaching Growth | Scoop.it
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Some very good points that support the concept of Proactive Win-Win attitudes.


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Kryptonite: The Thing That Weakens Leadership

Kryptonite: The Thing That Weakens Leadership | Executive Coaching Growth | Scoop.it
Kryptonite is mythical material from Krypton that drains Superman of his superpowers. Kryptonite: The belief that self-evaluation trumps the evaluation of those directly impacted by your leadership...
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What is your Kryptonite?  Another great post from Dan Rockwell.

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5 Survival Questions for Leaders of Tomorrow's Economy - Huffington Post

5 Survival Questions for Leaders of Tomorrow's Economy - Huffington Post | Executive Coaching Growth | Scoop.it
5 Survival Questions for Leaders of Tomorrow's Economy
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However, in my experience working with and coaching leaders, the least likely deficiency for a leader to acknowledge is an inability to adapt to change.
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How do yo adapt to change? What kind of example are you to stakeholders?

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The Power of Online Presence: Mari A. Lee, LMFT Overcame 'Technophobia' to ... - PsychCentral.com (blog)

The Power of Online Presence: Mari A. Lee, LMFT Overcame 'Technophobia' to ... - PsychCentral.com (blog) | Executive Coaching Growth | Scoop.it
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I worked with a coach and a web designer to help me understand the basics.
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How social media is being used for therapy today. Your Thoughts?

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End of 35-hour work week in France?

End of 35-hour work week in France? | Executive Coaching Growth | Scoop.it
France's new economy minister is reportedly considering loosening strict government regulations that enforce 35-hour work weeks.
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Interesting discussion in light of the hours worked here in the US.

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Top Companies for Culture and Values

Top Companies for Culture and Values | Executive Coaching Growth | Scoop.it
As part of Glassdoor's online company review survey, employees voluntarily and anonymously share what their job and company is like when it comes to culture & values. The following 25 companies stand out for both their highly appreciated culture and the values they uphold.
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Excellent List of companies that do culture & values correctly according to Glassdoor data.  What do you think?

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How to Change Lives with Two Words

How to Change Lives with Two Words | Executive Coaching Growth | Scoop.it
Tell people they’re inadequate long enough and they’ll believe it. Undermine their confidence with constant correction, tweaking, and complaints and they'll pull back. Fill people with confidence a...
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Excellent message from Dan. "Trust Yourself" is empowering for the individual.

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5 Cognitive Biases That Affect Your Work Success | Quickbooks

5 Cognitive Biases That Affect Your Work Success | Quickbooks | Executive Coaching Growth | Scoop.it
The human brain is one of the most powerful instruments in the world (simulating a single second of human brain activity would require almost 83,000 processors). We have the ingenuity to build civilizations, feed billions of people and form organized societies governed by a common set of laws. In spite of its cleverness, our brain (being …
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Interesting point of view.  What do you think?

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5 Ways To Spot A Bad Boss In An Interview

5 Ways To Spot A Bad Boss In An Interview | Executive Coaching Growth | Scoop.it
A boss can literally, make or break your career. Here are five ways to spot the bad ones before they become yours. A great boss can make you feel engaged and empowered at work, will keep you out of unnecessary office politics, and can identify and grow your strengths. But a [...]
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Food for thought!

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Asking for Advice Makes You Seem Smarter

Asking for Advice Makes You Seem Smarter | Executive Coaching Growth | Scoop.it
Get over your misplaced fear of seeking help.
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Excellent article and great insights for all leaders.  Please forward so others can read.

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The Startup That's Spawning a New Generation of Startups

Like Paypal before it, Palantir is shaping up to be one of Silicon Valley's most productive incubators for entrepreneurs.
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Some great insights into a new generation of the future of startups.
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Take Mentoring to the Next Level

Take Mentoring to the Next Level | Executive Coaching Growth | Scoop.it
Every great leader I’ve talked with had mentors that changed them. 26 years ago, Jeremie Kubicek’s was Hance Dilbeck.
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Food for thought! @standardof trust @Danvforbes
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8 Ways to Get Rid of Unwanted Negative Thoughts — PsyBlog

8 Ways to Get Rid of Unwanted Negative Thoughts — PsyBlog | Executive Coaching Growth | Scoop.it
Research shows that thought suppression doesn’t work, so how can you cast out irritating repetitive thoughts?
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Some interesting points to ponder regarding negative thoughts. What works for you?


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Dunkin’ Donuts And Starbucks: A Tale Of Two Coffee Marketing Giants

Dunkin’ Donuts And Starbucks: A Tale Of Two Coffee Marketing Giants | Executive Coaching Growth | Scoop.it
Starbucks and Dunkin' Donuts are two very different, and successful marketers. Here, a look at how each coffee powerhouse built and evolved its brand.
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A great look at the difference between the marketing of two excellent companies.  

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