Tag: managing to make a difference

Leader, I See You
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Leader, I See You

Leader, I see you. I coach leaders, and I have the privilege to witness many of you who are rising above the challenge to provide extraordinary support and leadership to their teams. Maybe you’re a leader in health care at the front line who is consumed with preparation or community response. Perhaps you’re a leader...

The Best Managers Cultivate Relationships
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The Best Managers Cultivate Relationships

“Will you be my Valentine?” is an invitation to enter or reaffirm a relationship. In business, we make this sort of invitation frequently; for example, every time we make a job offer. By extending invitations to the right people, managers can enjoy great success in their careers and make life-changing differences in the lives of...

The Power of Empowerment, with Larry Sternberg
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The Power of Empowerment, with Larry Sternberg

Workplaces are continuously evolving, and one of the most important aspects of a workplace is its culture. As it turns out, culture has many definitions and influences. The Human Capital Industry has proven that empowering employees gives your organization’s culture a lift in performance, efficiency and satisfaction. Larry Sternberg is a Talent Plus Fellow and...

The Year of the Manager
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The Year of the Manager

Have you seen Office Space? I just saw it. I know, I’m only a couple of decades behind its 1999 premiere. The movie has achieved cult classic status – proof positive: it’s playing now, 20 years later, at my local Alamo Drafthouse. Sadly, Office Space is so funny because its central theme of horrible bosses...