Tag Archives: Resiliency

Three Tips for Building Bench Strength

By JC Heinen on July 9, 2012

The role of managers is to plan, organize and lead. Effective planning takes into account the unexpected and includes defined processes to ensure you and your team are prepared and able to achieve goals.

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How Failure to Address Culture Undermines an Integration

By Kristen Leverone on May 14, 2012

During a merger, unaddressed differences in the two companies’ cultures and values can bring business to a halt. It’s critical to identify how the merger will impact the culture – and who among your leaders demonstrates the behaviors and competencies that support the new culture.

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5 Top Ways to Help Lead Change

By Kristen Leverone on April 5, 2012

Organizational change is ongoing and continuous. And it’s necessary. Companies must address business realities, such as shifts in strategy, changing marketplace demands, economic conditions, regulatory issues or the introduction of new technology.

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Are You Broadcasting a Negative Attitude?

By Greg Simpson on April 5, 2012

If you’re using Facebook and Twitter as platforms to complain about everything from a poor customer experience to the weather, you may have branded yourself as another “Debbie Downer” by venting through social media.

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