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My generation showed up - CNN.com

My generation showed up - CNN.com | Tolero Solutions: Organizational Improvement | Scoop.it
Jack Schlossberg says young Americans confounded the predictions and turned out to support President Obama and the causes they believe in.
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Women Are Less Likely to Negotiate Starting Salaries

Women Are Less Likely to Negotiate Starting Salaries | Tolero Solutions: Organizational Improvement | Scoop.it
A new report shows that women are unlikely to discuss the salary for a new job unless asked.
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I's All About You: 3 Steps Any Boss Can Take to Build Better ...

I's All About You: 3 Steps Any Boss Can Take to Build Better ... | Tolero Solutions: Organizational Improvement | Scoop.it

These behaviors can have a big impact on the employee-boss relationship over time, and adopting them can change the way your employees feel about working for you. Let's take a look at three positive behavioral changes ...


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Fix How You Ask For Feedback

Fix How You Ask For Feedback | Tolero Solutions: Organizational Improvement | Scoop.it
Want to improve your product, speech, or website? Stop asking people whether they like it.
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Big gains for women in 2012

Big gains for women in 2012 | Tolero Solutions: Organizational Improvement | Scoop.it
Washington (CNN) - In some quarters, Election Day 2012 turned into ladies night.

With CNN projecting wins for Rep. Tammy Baldwin in the Wisconsin Senate race and Heidi Heitkamp in the North Dakota race, 20 women now hold seats in that chamber.
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8 Things Remarkably Successful People Do

8 Things Remarkably Successful People Do | Tolero Solutions: Organizational Improvement | Scoop.it
The most successful people in business work differently. See what they do--and why it works.
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This article states how successful people always strive to do their best and never give up. It also shows the different reasons successful people are true to themselves and know exactly what they want to strive for. This is success dealing with your smartness. 

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Maintain a Constant Feedback Loop - Talent Management magazine

Maintain a Constant Feedback Loop - Talent Management magazine | Tolero Solutions: Organizational Improvement | Scoop.it
Talent Management magazine, The Business of Talent Management...
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Best Ideas? They Can Come From Anyone – IF You’re Willing to Listen

Best Ideas? They Can Come From Anyone – IF You’re Willing to Listen | Tolero Solutions: Organizational Improvement | Scoop.it

“Don’t credit me with that success. That idea came from a janitor at the NFL Films production facility.


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When Promoting Change, Don't Forget to Get Emotional - Forbes

When Promoting Change, Don't Forget to Get Emotional - Forbes | Tolero Solutions: Organizational Improvement | Scoop.it

CULVER CITY, CA - JUNE 10: Actor Warren Beatty (Image credit: Getty Images North America via @daylife) Novelist Victor LaValle says that the job of a journalist is to report the facts.


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6 Secrets of How Successful Women Lead

6 Secrets of How Successful Women Lead | Tolero Solutions: Organizational Improvement | Scoop.it
Two authors look beyond the stereotypes to examine the research-based evidence about the leadership traits women possess.
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Richard Branson on How to Delegate Control of Your Finances

Richard Branson on How to Delegate Control of Your Finances | Tolero Solutions: Organizational Improvement | Scoop.it

For our fellow entrepreneurs out there...

 

You can't do it all, so take this advice from the billionaire entrepreneur on how to share the responsibility of managing your company's finances.

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CEO to Commander in Chief: Do The Same Skills Apply? | Tolero Solutions

CEO to Commander in Chief: Do The Same Skills Apply? | Tolero Solutions | Tolero Solutions: Organizational Improvement | Scoop.it

Achieving the leadership status and title of the Commander in Chief – President of the United States of America – is the highest appointed leadership position one could achieve. Sure – being a CEO is also a great achievement and the role is also intricate and complex. But leading a group of employees is much different than leading an entire nation.

 

Just because someone was a CEO does that mean they have the leadership skills to be Commander in Chief (CIC)?

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5 Ways You Can Be Happier at Work Right Now

5 Ways You Can Be Happier at Work Right Now | Tolero Solutions: Organizational Improvement | Scoop.it
Easy steps you can take to improve your mood and performance.Get the latest blog articles on business ideas and trends from Entrepreneur.com. Daily dose of...
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Why Most Leadership Development Efforts Fail

Why Most Leadership Development Efforts Fail | Tolero Solutions: Organizational Improvement | Scoop.it

George was seen as an up-and-coming leader in the organization.  People that worked for him liked and respected him.  Those in Senior Leadership saw his potential, so he was slated to attend the company’s leadership development workshop.


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Think Before You Criticize

Think Before You Criticize | Tolero Solutions: Organizational Improvement | Scoop.it

Criticism can have a huge and sometimes crushing impact on people. Too often, in our anger and displeasure, we lash out and tell people what we think of their performance or judgment. Whatever the situation, think carefully before you choose your words.


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7 Co-Founder Strategies That Can Be Very Painful

7 Co-Founder Strategies That Can Be Very Painful | Tolero Solutions: Organizational Improvement | Scoop.it
Most entrepreneurs who start a company alone soon come to the conclusion that two heads are bette...
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New Research: How Employee Engagement Hits the Bottom Line

New Research: How Employee Engagement Hits the Bottom Line | Tolero Solutions: Organizational Improvement | Scoop.it
A new study shows a direct connection between how we feel at work and how we perform.
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How President Obama Should Choose His Leadership Team

How President Obama Should Choose His Leadership Team | Tolero Solutions: Organizational Improvement | Scoop.it
Principles and strategies he (or any leader) can't do without.
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The Skills Most Leaders Don't Have

The Skills Most Leaders Don't Have | Tolero Solutions: Organizational Improvement | Scoop.it
We've all heard about hard skills and soft skills. Those aren't the ones that trip up leaders.
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Beyond The Secret: Change Your Life in Five Simple Steps - Forbes

Beyond The Secret: Change Your Life in Five Simple Steps - Forbes | Tolero Solutions: Organizational Improvement | Scoop.it
Personal and professional successes are two interdependent life goals: Personal success supports and re-enforces professional success, and professional success re-enforces personal success.
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Great Leadership: 5 Big Ideas: What’s Next for Leadership Development?

Great Leadership: 5 Big Ideas: What’s Next for Leadership Development? | Tolero Solutions: Organizational Improvement | Scoop.it

CCL’s 2011-2012 Annual Report ~ What’s Next for Leadership? by Dan McCarthy

 

Big idea #1: The merging fields of leadership and neuroscience.

 

Big idea #2: Make leadership development more accessible and affordable.

 

Big idea #3: The power of networks.

 

Big idea #4: Nonprofit leadership development.

 

Big idea #5: Measure the impact of coaching

 

 


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Young workers’ retirement hopes grow bleaker amid economic downturn

Young workers’ retirement hopes grow bleaker amid economic downturn | Tolero Solutions: Organizational Improvement | Scoop.it
The economic downturn is delaying when people launch their careers, and that translates into less savings.
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How CEO Mark Parker Runs Nike To Keep Pace With Rapid Change

How CEO Mark Parker Runs Nike To Keep Pace With Rapid Change | Tolero Solutions: Organizational Improvement | Scoop.it
“The last thing we want,” says Nike CEO Mark Parker, “is to be a big dumb company that feels we can put a swoosh on something and people will buy that.”I first met Parker three years ago, at a quiet lunch in New York.
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Do the Same Skills Apply to a CEO as They Do To the Commander in Chief?

Do the Same Skills Apply to a CEO as They Do To the Commander in Chief? | Tolero Solutions: Organizational Improvement | Scoop.it

Tolero Solutions artcile featured on TLNT.

 

Achieving the leadership status and title of Commander in Chief – President of the United States of America – is the highest leadership position one could achieve.

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