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Don’t Let The Past Steal Your Present

When we invest time, energy and emotions in concepts, things or in others, we often become attached to a certain outcome. Those outcomes sometimes work out, but often don’t. By holding on to patterns in our lives — and to specific expectations — we can actually sabotage or limit our ability to grow. Here are some ways to avoid traps that keep us from letting go and moving forward.

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Price Point | Leading A Different Generation

Millennial employees can present generational challenges to older industry leaders, but great leadership transcends these differences, a trait especially needed as the industry navigates enormous change.

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Collins | Defusing Distress During Uncertain Times

I know of no crisis communications manual or management course that instructs one on how to lead during a worldwide pandemic. The reality is that managers must continue to find ways to engage, motivate and lead an anxious workforce while dealing with those same anxieties themselves.

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Collins | Managing Change (And Finding New Cheese)

Change is ever-present in business, it can be difficult, and people often resist it. However, leaders must learn how their employees perceive change so they can develop an agile workplace culture.