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Your Organizational Personality: Finding The Right Fit Is Key To Success

By: Shoya Workplace Issues

Corporate culture is the sum of an organization’s goals, behaviors and values.  Fortunate individuals who find themselves in the right culture feel both energized and highly valued by their boss, peers and subordinates.  Others, in the wrong setting, will be stifled and frustrated by practices and processes that run counter to their natural style.  Finding Click to continue reading…

What if Someone Steals Your Idea?

By: Guest Workplace Issues

By Kathleen Reardon Professor, University of Southern California Marshall School and Author, Comebacks at Work: Using Conversation to Master Confrontation. (see link below) http://www.comebacksatwork.com This happens often in business, and in politics. It is also facilitated now in the media where phrases like “some people say” and a general disregard for the source of an Click to continue reading…

Why Nobody Likes You

By: Guest Communication Strategies

By Jeannette Paladino http://writespeaksell.com originally appeared in WSS It’s frustrating when you work so hard to write interesting blogs and updates to your social media sites and no one responds by “liking” your Facebook page or retweeting your posts. Why don’t people like you? The content that you thought should get a bunch of comments Click to continue reading…

Leaders Who Know When to Hold and When to Fold.

By: Guest Leadership

By Mary Lippitt , Enterprise Management Ltd.  www.enterprisemgt.com   If leaders keep on doing what they have always done, they will get the same results, which is a recipe for disaster. Both leaders and poker players need to know when to “hold to and when to fold.” They need to decipher the internal and external Click to continue reading…

Strategies for Leading in a Changing World

By: Guest Leadership

by Bea Fields, Executive Coach, Speaker, Author and the President of Bea Fields Companies, Inc. As we move into future, we are going to be experiencing both changes and opportunities in the business world that are going to challenge us in ways we have never experienced in the past. As business, community and political leaders, Click to continue reading…