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It happens fairly regularly. I’ll hand my business card to someone, wait a beat, and watch them smile as they read my title - Chief Encouragement Officer.
In our last blog, we discussed three reasons why leaders might not want to “raise up the next guy,” or prepare the lieutenants in your organization to lead with the same values, work ethic, and goals that you possess.
A good practice for Human Capital executives is to stop long enough to look back on the year and determine what you intended, what changed, and where you arrived.
In Gary Larson’s famous cartoon, a student asks his teacher if he can be excused because his brain is full. It’s funny as a cartoon, but it is tragic, wasteful, and all-too-common in corporate training.
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