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Oct'17

Strengths Positively Identified Kick-start Excellence – Excerpt by Rene’ Carayol the Author of SPIKE

Rene’ Carayol, MBE, a leading global business guru specializing in leadership, culture and transformation, political analyst, a visiting Professor of CASS business school and the author of SPIKE published by LID Publishing   In this groundbreaking book, René Carayol, leading business guru, top keynote speaker on Leadership and Culture, executive …

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Sep'17

What is Your Origin Story? Like Every Super Hero Each Company Has One!

What is Your Origin Story? Like Every Super Hero, Each Company Has One!     Sanyin Siang on LinkedIn Sanyin Siang is the Author of The Launch Book: Motivational Stories to Launch Your New Idea, Business, or Next Career.  She is the Executive Director of Duke University’s Fuqua/Coach K Center on Leadership & Ethics …

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Sep'17

Business Authors David Trafford and Peter Boggis Share from Their New Book Beyond Default

Beyond Default Setting Your Organization on a Trajectory to an Improved Future   David Trafford and Peter Boggis help executives and leadership teams deliver successful change, specifically technology-enabled change. They provide thought leadership and thought partnership on all aspects of assessing, developing and operationalising strategy. They are founding partners of …

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Sep'17

Content Marketing Today, Yesterday, and the Future – An Interview with Andy Crestodina Co-Founder of Orbit Media

Content Marketing Today, Yesterday, and the Future Andy Crestodina is a co-founder and Chief Marketing Officer of Orbit Media, an award-winning 38-person web design company in Chicago.Over the last 17 years, Andy has given web strategy and marketing advice to 1000+ businesses. He speaks at big marketing conferences, writes for …

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Sep'17

Author Nicole Soames: 5 Steps to Break out of Your Comfort Zone

5 Steps to Break Out Of Your Comfort Zone By Nicole Soames, author of “The Negotiation Book” Given the on-going uncertainty and challenging nature of today’s business conditions, I often find it helpful to remind myself of the saying, “what doesn’t challenge you doesn’t change you!” This is true whether you are …

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Sep'17

The Group Dynamics of Meetings – or, all is not as it seems.

 Dr. Jim Bohn – The Blue Colar Scholar   The Group Dynamics of Meetings – or, all is not as it seems. Part I – Leadership Meetings are the bane of civilization unless of course they are effectively managed and obtain strong outcomes. A meeting is a place where hearts, …

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Sep'17

5 Reasons Why Traditional Lead Generation Will Become Obsolete

Written by Rhett M. Struve Keller Williams Premier Realty Lake Minnetonka Contact Rhett Copyright © 2017 5 Reasons Why Traditional Lead Generation Will Become Obsolete When I embarked on my career in real estate, I was attracted to Keller Williams for their renowned training opportunities. They have multiple group training …

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Aug'17

THE FIVE MISCONCEPTIONS OF LEADERSHIP by Alex Ihama

THE FIVE MISCONCEPTIONS OF LEADERSHIP By Alex Ihama, Author, The Mystique of Leadership and World Renowned Leader!   After speaking on leadership for decades, I realized that the fundamental challenge of people in positions of authority is not the lack of knowledge, rather the abundance of inaccurate information. In my …

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Aug'17

How April Davis Became the Premier Leader in the Luxury Matchmaking Business

How April Davis Became the Premier Leader in the Luxury Matchmaking Business     It all began when April Davis, Founder of LUMA – Luxury Matchmaking, realized she needed to take her skill of intuition and understanding people to the next level. If there was one thing she knew more …

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Jul'17

Certified John Maxwell Trainer Dr. Bill Faulkner: Leaders MUST Have A Moral Threshold!

Leaders MUST Have a Moral Threshold! I love college sports. I love the pageantry, the effort on the part of the student athletes, and the way it can unify both a college and a community. What I don’t like is when things “come off the rails” in terms of scandals, …

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