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An Unconventional Client Retention Strategy | Trusted Advisor

An Unconventional Client Retention Strategy | Trusted Advisor | Executive leadership | Scoop.it
Most people usually don?t think of empathy as having much business value. In fact, you might think if you start empathizing with your clients, you?
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10 Ways to Rejuvenate Your Brain While You Work

10 Ways to Rejuvenate Your Brain While You Work | Executive leadership | Scoop.it
Going to Africa--literally or figuratively--refreshes your brain, which helps you be alert and propels you forward.
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10 Leadership Lessons From Jeff Weiner, CEO of LinkedIn: - Forbes

10 Leadership Lessons From Jeff Weiner, CEO of LinkedIn: - Forbes | Executive leadership | Scoop.it
I had the pleasure of attending the first video pilot interview of LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner by Adam Bryant, New York Times Senior Editor for Features.  As a user of LinkedIn and loyal reader of Adam’s Corner Office columns I had high expectations...
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The Benefits of Tweeting for CEOs

The Benefits of Tweeting for CEOs | Executive leadership | Scoop.it
Posted on the PR Nonsense blog on September 6th by Meredith L. Eaton Should CEOs be tweeting?
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» Retrain Your Brain to Reduce Worry - World of Psychology

» Retrain Your Brain to Reduce Worry - World of Psychology | Executive leadership | Scoop.it
Worrying can be helpful. It propels us into action and prevents procrastination. Even more importantly, it protects us from potential perils.
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Why I Always Stop At Lemonade Stands | Mr. Media Training

Why I Always Stop At Lemonade Stands | Mr. Media Training | Executive leadership | Scoop.it
When I was a kid, I used to sell baseball cards in front of my house. Today, I stop and support every kid industrious enough to set up a lemonade stand.
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Give Me Depth: An Honest Call to End the Bullshit | DaveUrsillo.com

Give Me Depth: An Honest Call to End the Bullshit | DaveUrsillo.com | Executive leadership | Scoop.it
Tell me the story of your hardest heartbreak with a smile, what revelations showed you Your Own Light -- in spite of the darkness that unearthed everything you thought you knew.
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How Managers Get in the Way

How Managers Get in the Way | Executive leadership | Scoop.it
“Most of what we call management consists of making it difficult for people to get their work done.” Peter Drucker Four ways managers get in the way: Meddling – Managers that roadblock work stay to...
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Chart Your Company Milestones with Business Timeline Graphics for PPT

Chart Your Company Milestones with Business Timeline Graphics for PPT | Executive leadership | Scoop.it

24point0′s Business History Timeline Charts can help you illustrate the important milestones in your organization’s history.


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Sharing Remarkable Experiences for You, Your Clients and Your Practice - Conversations On OD

The BC Organization Development Network (BCODN) is committed to promoting the professional development of OD practitioners and to increase the awareness of the business and not-for-profit communities on the benefits of organization development...
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The Misstep of Quora and The Importance of Trust Amongst Your Community

The Misstep of Quora and The Importance of Trust Amongst Your Community | Executive leadership | Scoop.it
You know the old saying about trust ... It takes years to build and seconds to destroy.
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Richard Branson on How to Connect With Your Customers

Richard Branson on How to Connect With Your Customers | Executive leadership | Scoop.it
The celebrated entrepreneur explains how to use social media to effectively connect with your customers.

 

I try to answer a few questions every day from followers. People often wonder how I find time to tweet and update my blog so regularly. How do they not find the time, I wonder? Social media is such a terrific way to connect with our customers that I would never miss out.

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Spin Sucks | Bulldog Reporter

Spin Sucks | Bulldog Reporter | Executive leadership | Scoop.it

Not sure that I agree with Barbara Sawyer the author of this article. The ironing board angle is plausible - heck I've done crazier things. 

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Getting Back to Work ~ What Motivates Us

Getting Back to Work ~ What Motivates Us | Executive leadership | Scoop.it
For me, the end of summer brings on mixed feelings.   At the end of last summer, I wrote this post. For me, it bears repeating.  I hope you will agree. =============================================...
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Obama's Leadership Lesson: Hire People 'To Tell You The Truth' - Forbes

Obama's Leadership Lesson: Hire People 'To Tell You The Truth' - Forbes | Executive leadership | Scoop.it
It's soothing to work with people who tell us what we want to hear. But to move a country — or an organization — ahead we have to pay even more attention to bad news, tough love and dissenting opinions.
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The Tyranny of Low Cost Strategies and the Gospel of Walmart | Trusted Advisor

The Tyranny of Low Cost Strategies and the Gospel of Walmart | Trusted Advisor | Executive leadership | Scoop.it
High Frequency Trading is in the news again.
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