Why Human Capital and Change Management Will Drive Transformation in 2020

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–  by Orion Talmay   Orion Talmay is a wellness expert and love coach. Through her integrative approach, Orion’s Method, she helps women awaken their inner goddess and nurture their feminine confidence. Orion is a graduate of Tony Robbins’ Mastery University and holds certifications with the AAPT, KBA, and AFFA.” It’s difficult to think back to… read more

Tools Employers Need to Manage Employee Wellness

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– Monica Laury   Having a happy and healthy workforce can sometimes take a back seat to more pressing endeavors occurring within modern organizations. With the accessibility of modern technology-based tools, employers are finding it easier than ever to manage employee wellness in order to keep their valued professionals feeling able to perform their daily… read more

Three Executives to Leave Jack in the Box

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Three longtime executives are set to depart Jack in the Box Inc. as the organization’s leadership structure evolves to support a single restaurant brand following the divestiture of Qdoba Mexican Eats to private equity firm Apollo Global Management L.L.C. last year. Phillip Rudolph, executive vice-president, chief legal and risk officer and corporate secretary, will leave… read more

5 Communications Best Practices Of Great Leaders

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By Dana Brownlee – Forbes My previous post “3 Reasons Why Thoroughbred Leaders Make the Best Bosses” defines the Thoroughbred Leader as that rare breed of leader with both strong task and relationship skills. They’re somehow able to lead with firm focus on the goals (and tasks required to reach them) while simultaneously building strong, authentic connections… read more

THE IMPORTANCE OF GOOD ETIQUETTE

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-by Anna Kucirkova, for MastersInCommuncations.org The Importance of Good Etiquette- (original posting via Masters In Communications website) If you want to land a job, get into a good school, build a strong career, or maintain lasting personal relationships, it’s important to know how to have good etiquette. For many years Emily Post was the leading… read more

1 super rare sign you’re supposed to be a leader, according to science

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By Leah Thomas via Fairygodboss – Ladders If you’re someone who is able to keep your cool — and care — even when your team is driving you nuts, you were born to be a leader. Leaders are often depicted as cold-hearted, no-nonsense figures without a trace of a soul (think: Miranda Priestly). But recent… read more

Brave Leadership: Seven Hallmarks Of Truly Courageous Leaders

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By Margie Warrell – Forbes A robotic revolution, looming trade wars, random gun violence, chemical warfare… little wonder so many people are feeling anxious. Little wonder also that ‘VUCA’ – a term standing for volatile, uncertain, complex and ambitious – has become such a trendy managerial acronym. We live in anxious and uncertain times. The… read more