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How Fab Fired Everybody, Started Selling Steaks, And Then Turned Itself Around

How Fab Fired Everybody, Started Selling Steaks, And Then Turned Itself Around | Leading the way | Scoop.it
With the firing of over half their workforce the last year was a tough one for Jason Goldberg and company. Here's his vision for a slimmer more nimble...
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Do You Really Understand What Your Business Model Is?

Do You Really Understand What Your Business Model Is? | Leading the way | Scoop.it
It may not be what you think.
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The 4 Weapons Of Exceptional Creative Leaders

The 4 Weapons Of Exceptional Creative Leaders | Leading the way | Scoop.it
For the leader of a company powered by creativity, the difficulties of navigating today’s complex marketplace are compounded by the fact that, in every decision, two forces are loudly asserting their dominance: creativity and profitability.
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The Rise Of The Superconnector | Fast Company | Business + Innovation

The Rise Of The Superconnector | Fast Company | Business + Innovation | Leading the way | Scoop.it
It's not unusual to have hundreds or even thousands of LinkedIn connectionswhich can make your socialmedia world as messy and noisy as a crowded party...
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The Best Way To Get A New Perspective On Work

The Best Way To Get A New Perspective On Work | Leading the way | Scoop.it
One of the most painful unspoken realities of leading is to admit that leaders can be clueless about the challenges their people face.
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How To Lead In Turbulent Times

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In any moment of decision, the best thing you can do is the right thing and the next best thing is the wrong thing--the worst thing you can do is nothing.--Theodore RooseveltToday’s global economy is characterized by rapid and unpredictable change.
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How One Clear Verb Can Take Your Presentations From Blah To Amazing

How One Clear Verb Can Take Your Presentations From Blah To Amazing | Leading the way | Scoop.it
We can learn a lot from actors. Take a look at the work of two of my favorites, Susan Sarandon and Sean Penn. I suggest Susan Sarandon in The Client and Sean Penn in Milk. And I suggest Sarandon and Penn together in Dead Man Walking.
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How To Write Thought-Leadership Pieces That Get Published And Don't Make Editors Want To Die

How To Write Thought-Leadership Pieces That Get Published And Don't Make Editors Want To Die | Leading the way | Scoop.it
If entrepreneurship is, as Harvard professor Howard Stevenson calls it, “the pursuit of opportunity without regard to resources currently controlled,” then business builders have a lot in common with journalists.
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Meet The Corporate Fixers: 5 Business Leaders Tasked With Tackling Big Problems

Meet The Corporate Fixers: 5 Business Leaders Tasked With Tackling Big Problems | Leading the way | Scoop.it
Every business--even the biggest ones--face a litany of problems each and every day. And somebody has to fix them.
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How To Become More Unstoppable Every Day

How To Become More Unstoppable Every Day | Leading the way | Scoop.it
Think you can't become a designer Or a dancer Or anything else you might dream up Karen Cheng shows you can. Note: Being obsessed and disciplined...
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10 Tips For Managing Creative People

10 Tips For Managing Creative People | Leading the way | Scoop.it
When the Harvard Business Review published a post called Seven Rules For Managing Creative People a few months back, the reaction was an almost universal, Oh, please!
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How To Explode "Narrow Frame" Thinking To Unleash Great Ideas

How To Explode "Narrow Frame" Thinking To Unleash Great Ideas | Leading the way | Scoop.it
Studies have found that people tend to make “whether or not” decisions, like “I’m deciding whether or not to quit my job,” or “I’m deciding whether or not to buy a new TV.” This is a trap--one that psychologists call “narrow framing.” People caught...
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What Being A Meta-Leader Really Means

What Being A Meta-Leader Really Means | Leading the way | Scoop.it
Everyone keeps talking about the changing paradigm of a leader, but what does that really mean? When I started FCancer, along with collecting a plethora of awesome, scary, and interesting responsibilities, I became "the boss"--a leader of sorts.
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Mission Leadership: 4 Principles For Creating Corporate Commandos

Mission Leadership: 4 Principles For Creating Corporate Commandos | Leading the way | Scoop.it
There seems to be a misconception that the military operates strictly by way of a rigid hierarchy, as if every last move on the frontline is orchestrated from atop the chain of command and those in the thick of it wait for the orders to trickle down.
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The One-Minute Change That Will Transform Your Company

The One-Minute Change That Will Transform Your Company | Leading the way | Scoop.it
Behavior is the mirror in which everyone shows their image.--GoetheCan a single behavior elevate an entire organization? It can--if it’s the right behavior.
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What Leading With Vision Really Means

What Leading With Vision Really Means | Leading the way | Scoop.it
We are drawn to leaders who articulate a possible future in a way that speaks to us and includes us.
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