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A Culture of Confidence

A Culture of Confidence Ultimately, the best way to sustain accountability within your workplace is to create a culture that encourages it. Bring people on board and help them buy into the idea that being accountable is a good thing. It’s good to stand by your work and be proud of what you’ve done and …

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A Strong Role Model

A Strong Role Model In survey after survey, pollsters find that the single most important attribute in a leader is honesty. Unfortunately, the same polling finds that it is sorely lacking in the world around us. Only about one in five people say they trust business leaders and, unsurprisingly, even fewer trust government officials to …

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Putting in the work

Today’s post is short, but valuable. Putting in the Work Let’s try a little exercise. Ask yourself: “Do people around me trust me?” In the self-evaluation below, I offer 10 aspects of trust for you to consider. Ask yourself the following: Am I consistent with everyone around me? Do I deliver as promised? Am I …

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Why does Emotional Connection matter in today’s business climate?

How does an emotional connection play in today’s business climate? We know that automation and artificial intelligence are playing a bigger role than ever before, and a new generation of workers are making up a larger majority of the workforce. In some ways, the more things change, the more they stay the same. Fundamental to …

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