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Why Your Best Performers Usually Make the Worst Leaders

http://www.tlnt.com/2014/10/07/why-your-best-performers-usually-make-the-worst-leaders/

We all make this mistake, and we’ll continue to make this mistake.

It’s the same old story: One of your employees performs really, really well, and because of their performance you move them out of the position they are in and put them in a leadership position. 107 more words

Human Resources

Hurray - the new KPI season is here!

When do companies usually come-up with their new Key Performance Indicators (KPI‘s)?

To answer this question, we may need to ask ourselves: when does it make sense to change the way we measure the Business outcome? 970 more words

Change Management

Accelerating User Adoption – by Ross Winefield

The biggest barrier to successful technology rollouts in the corporate environment is user adoption. Without effective take up by business users, technology is simply an expense. 256 more words

Training

Whatever you do, don't quit

I found this story from Napoleon Hill’s ‘Think And Grow Rich’ so compelling, I just had to share! Even if you’ve heard it before, it bears repeating – powerful lessons packed therein! 629 more words

Personal Growth

Ethical Societies are Developed by Ethical and Responsible Individuals

The anniversary of the Charter of The United Nations on October 24th each year serves as a good reminder of the international organization´s commitment to maintaining peace and security, developing friendly relations among nations, promoting social progress, better living standards, and human rights.  665 more words

Change Management

Sandwich Diplomacy

Standing in Integrity: Part 1: Sandwich Diplomacy

Joe, my smart son in law, loves Zingerman’s Sandwiches. Zingerman’s Deli has what seems like hundreds of choices to pick from, so it is difficult to decide what to love when you’re hungry. 644 more words

Inspiration