Blog Posts Tagged: Management

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Setting Goals that Stick

Setting SMART goals, communicating them, and setting up routine check-ins can have a dramatic impact on our ability to achieve the goals we set out to accomplish. Here are three best practices for setting goals that stick.


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Understanding the Focus and Challenge of Technology Lifecycles: Part 4

We’ve reviewed the common business and leadership challenges across the lifecycle, now we are going to turn our attention to the common pain points and classic missteps.


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Understanding the Focus and Challenge of Technology Lifecycles: Part 3

We’ve discussed the key business challenges across the five phases of the product life cycle. The key business and leadership challenges through the phases are also closely intertwined, and in this post, we’ll turn our attention to the role and challenges of leadership.


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Personal Crisis….What is a Leader to Do?

This article explores questions about how leaders can manage through personal crisis with your team and your organization. The focus is on significant events that cause a major disruption in your focus, time spent at work or home, and your overall energy in dealing with a major upset in your world.


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How to Prevent Your Top Talent from Burning Out

4 actions you can take to prevent talent burnout in your organization. Burnout is very real and painful - don't let your high potential employees burn out.


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New Hire Onboarding Is the Perfect Time to Build Employee Engagement

The cost of disengagement with new hires exiting prematurely is high. Onboarding is everyone’s job in the company and the experience an employee has with their new job is shaped on the first day. Consider making your program a “wow” experience and new hires will stay in high productivity, start off on the right foot and add value right away to your team and organization.


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