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3 Steps to Deepen Business Success

By Chris Stark, Strategy Magazine, July 2015

How To Be Taken Seriously As A Young Leader

By Justin Foster, Fast Company, July 2015

Young leaders (35 and under) possess self-confidence, drive, and creative thinking. Yet they often struggle with how to present themselves as leaders when working with leaders from older generations. Regardless of age, it’s important to cultivate what I call your Leadership Brand. It is a blend of self-worth, talent, value, and perception that is unique to each person, regardless of role or title.

Introverted Leaders and Conflict Resolution

Interview with Andy Johnson, wsRadio, July 2015

4 Strategies For Clearly Communicating Expectations

By Steve Morris, Fast Company, June 2015

We once worked with Jack, a new leader who was having trouble getting his small team of programmers to deliver computer code on time and at the quality he expected.

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Using Talent Science for Competitive Advantage

By Ron Price, Training Magazine, May 2015

6 Proven Ways to Reduce Costly Employee Turnover

By Mindy Bortness, Women on Business, April 2015

Brands targeting the teen market have a business model to produce and price goods inexpensively, anticipating the mentality of “disposability” that exists within their target audience. Sadly, many businesses work from that same mentality in their approach in hiring employees. And, unlike a pair of shorts from Forever 21, replacing employees is very costly.

3 Ways to Develop a Story That Will Resonate with Customers

By Dr. Ranjit Nair Ph.D., Strategy for Life Magazine, April 2015

Twenty years ago, I used to listen to a San Francisco-based radio show every Friday at 4:59 p.m., right at the onset of happy hour and the beginning of the weekend. The show was a minute-long run down of the day’s headline news and ended with the announcer, Scoop Nisker, proclaiming, “If you don’t like the news you just heard, then go out and make some of your own!”

3 Lessons Your Team Can Learn From the Sport of Rowing

By Whit Mitchell, All Business Experts, April 2015

Have you ever been on a high-performing team? I mean truly high performing, where the synchronicity of all members is so fine-tuned that it feels effortless the harder you push?