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Becoming a Trusted Intergenerational Leader

Keynote Video | Presented By: Jeffrey Vargas | Published: April 15, 2014
Leaders from every generation depend on the same ingredient to get things done, trust.  Building intergenerational trust may be the glue that will hold teams together and get them to produce outstanding results. In this HCI Keynote, ... Read more
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Excerpts from Excellence Every Day: Serving Your Employees

Article | Author: Lior Arussy, President and Founder, Strativity Group | Source: Information Today Inc. | Published: April 11, 2014
In Excellence Every Day, Strativity Group’s Lior Arussy demonstrates that a company's success is the direct consequence of the many choices its people make daily. His inspired (and inspiring) remedy is the "Daily Choice," ... Read more
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Sharpening Your Coaching Skills

Blog | Author: Judah Kurtz, BPI group | Source: HCI | Published: April 11, 2014

In our last post, we talked about the factors driving coaching’s rise to prominence in the workplace, the foundations for solid coaching, and how to get into the coaching mindset. Now, let’s look at how to refine your leader-coach skills to deliver that shared success for which you and your employees strive.
 

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Excerpts from Customer Experience Strategy: Building a Delight-Enabling Staff

Article | Author: Lior Arussy, President and Founder, Strativity Group | Source: Source: 4i, a Strativity Group Media Company | Published: April 3, 2014
The right, passionate people are the building blocks of your company. Without them, you are a commodity that will always fight for the next sliver of margin. To put yourself on the fast track to revenue growth, read this month’s excerpt ... Read more
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Personal Brand: Authentically You

Blog | Author: Heather Backstrom | Source: HCI | Published: April 2, 2014

What is a personal brand? And how does it relate to leadership? Personal brand is often associated with things like a flashy logo, sharp business card or snappy attire. Or with other external things about a person like the kind of car they drive, what their office looks like or the places they’ve worked.
 

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