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Don't Let a Grinch Steal the Appreciation From Your Workplace
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Don't Let a Grinch Steal the Appreciation From Your Workplace

Some people simply don't know how to recognize others and thank them. But it's possible to shake off this curmudgeonly outlook.
Paul White
10 Reasons to Remain Inspired When the Wind Blows
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10 Reasons to Remain Inspired When the Wind Blows

A career consultant shares some advice gleaned from motivational writer Jim Rohn.
Meiko Patton
5 Unconventional Techniques for Improving Your Company's Culture
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5 Unconventional Techniques for Improving Your Company's Culture

The habits and routines, systems and processes that play into a company's agenda are what determine its culture -- and ultimately, its bottom line.
Jeff Boss
What Needs to Go on Your 'Stop Doing' List?
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What Needs to Go on Your 'Stop Doing' List?

With the new year approaching, it's customary to make a vow to pursue the most enlightened best practices. But what about jettisoning all the time sinks and things you'd rather kiss goodbye?
Kate Swoboda
10 Approaches to Handle the Burden of Leadership
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10 Approaches to Handle the Burden of Leadership

It takes effort and a special focus to lessen the burden and avoid the loneliness of being a founder or top executive.
Martin Zwilling
How Tony Hawk Skated Past Rookie Business Mistakes on His Ride to Success
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How Tony Hawk Skated Past Rookie Business Mistakes on His Ride to Success

The legendary skateboarder describes his early entrepreneurial wipeouts and the hard lessons he learned from them.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
Teaching Responsibility to Our Kids, Even When They Work for Us
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Teaching Responsibility to Our Kids, Even When They Work for Us

The Korean Air Lines fiasco shows that family businesses have their own challenges and offers lessons in personal responsibility.
Ray Hennessey
5 Tried and True Ways to Calm Down a Difficult Client
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5 Tried and True Ways to Calm Down a Difficult Client

You can't make everyone happy all the time but you can always listen and offer solutions.
Pratik Dholakiya
5 Lessons Leaders Can Learn From the Sony Hacking Scandal
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5 Lessons Leaders Can Learn From the Sony Hacking Scandal

Professionals in any industry can learn from the most dramatic story to come out of Hollywood in years.
Carly Okyle
If Chaos Is Your Startup's Default Setting, Inconsistent Leadership May Be to Blame
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If Chaos Is Your Startup's Default Setting, Inconsistent Leadership May Be to Blame

Erratic leaders build unreliable teams. A business leader shares her journey to establish a clear vision for her company.
Zeynep Ilgaz
4 Intangibles That Drive CEOs
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4 Intangibles That Drive CEOs

Money really isn't everything, especially to leaders with a vision.
Tor Constantino
The Mentality of a Successful Career
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The Mentality of a Successful Career

Success is all in your head. If you want to control your ability to have a lucrative, fulfilling career, it's imperative to control the way you think.
Ken Sundheim
9 Proven Ways to Get People to Take You Seriously
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9 Proven Ways to Get People to Take You Seriously

If you're going to get anywhere in business, you need people to take you seriously.
Drake Baer
'The Further Up a Company You Go, the More Stupid You Become'
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'The Further Up a Company You Go, the More Stupid You Become'

Kevin Roberts, who has served as global CEO of advertising juggernaut Saatchi & Saatchi for almost 20 years, currently steers the ship for 45,000 people.
Catherine Clifford