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Book Summary: “The Tao of Coaching – Boost Your Effectiveness at Work by Inspiring and Developing Those Around You” by Max Landsberg

Change other people’s lives – and your own – by becoming a great coach. The era of the autocratic executive who leads from the top down is over. Most large organizations have reduced the number of levels or layers in their hierarchy. Competition to get and keep the best performers gives an edge to companies …

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The Heart of Thought Leadership

What is thought leadership? In our busy, search-driven, and social media powered world, differentiating our brand’s point of view can be a daunting task. What do the words “thought leader” even mean when almost any question you can dream up is instantly answerable with one click? As business communicators, we tend to rely on the …

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Don’t Even Think About Starting a Business Until You’ve Answered These 7 Questions

Opening your own business is one of the smartest things you can do in today’s economy. Millions of people are out of work, corporate job opportunities are on the decline, and people from across all socio-economic groups are fed up with working for others and want to begin building their own dreams. That’s why so …

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Book Summary: A Six Sigma Approach to Sustainability – Continual Improvement for Social Responsibility by Holly A. Duckworth and Andrea Hoffmeier

How being socially responsible can keep a firm thriving for – no joke – 1,500 years. Six Sigma experts Holly A. Duckworth and Andrea Hoffmeier outline a continual-improvement program for long-term sustainability. Their model is Japan’s 1,500-year-old firm, Kongo Gumi, founded in 578 AD. They find that most current continual-improvement programs can address social responsibility …

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