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Why Leaders Should Never Use Speaker Phones – and Some Tips if You Must

Eric… Eric…. Eric… ERIC!!!!!!!!!!! His team member was trying desperately to interrupt the executive as he moved from topic to topic, further and further away from the first point a question was raised. But Eric was oblivious to the fact that anyone had a question. By the time they were able to get there question in,

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Social Media Stages of Change

What Leaders Adopting Social Media Can Learn from Drug Addicts

Behavioral psychologists have this big fancy term for how people make changes in their life, it’s called the “Transtheoretical Model of Behavior Change”, we’ll just call it “Stages of Change”. In essence, this is how people progress from denial of a need to change through the successful change of the behavior. These stages are often

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Do You Really Know Your Stakeholders?

A stakeholder is anyone with a vested interest in your organization and leadership. Too often, leaders make decisions without considering all stakeholders. The for-profit sector focuses too much on investors. Nonprofits focus too much on their clients. Politicians often focus on their own constituents at the exclusion of others. As a leader in your organization, you

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