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Building a Culture of Optimism

Optimistic employees are 103% more inspired to give their best effort at work. And – no surprise – that optimism starts with you as a leader.

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Stimulate Your Company's Brain: Build a Learning Culture

Remaining competitive in a continually evolving market requires a commitment to lifelong learning throughout the organization. Automation, AI, and this year's health crisis are transforming the workplace faster than ever.

Here's how to build a learning culture that drives innovation, retention and profitability for years to come.

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The (New) "Right Stuff": Essential Qualities the Modern Manager Needs

Management has undergone a paradigm shift. Whether you're hiring, upskilling your current team or just looking to hone your skills, here's the "right stuff" today's managers need to propel your company toward a brighter future.

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The Power of Consciously Changing Your Perspective

As a leader, we can often bring a leadership perspective to a situation, but we can get lost in our own view too. Let's talk about why perspective is so important, and why we must consciously work to build new and different perspectives so we can achieve better results.

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A Mindset a New Leader Needs

The role of a leader is complex, and many skills are needed to lead successfully. Any new leader knows that or quickly becomes aware of that fact. Yet skills aren't the only thing new leaders must master. And as important as those skills are, having the right leadership mindset is even more important - and less obvious. What is the leadership mindset that a new leader needs?

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