Communicating on Remote Teams: What Works and What Doesn’t

When it comes to large corporations that have capital projects overseas, as is the case in the energy industry, managing a remote team is a challenge – and far from simple.

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How Agile Leaders Help Companies Win The War For Talent

In a business environment where an organization must respond rapidly to change to survive, becoming an agile leader has never been more important. In fact, Korn Ferry found that companies with high numbers learning agile executives produced 24% higher profit margins than peer companies. Agile organizations are more capable of quickly adapting to new technologies,...

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Five Steps to Success When Dealing with Change Management

Change is never easy or necessarily popular among employees, but that makes it even more important to get change management on the right track from the start. Change is a necessary ‘evil’ to improvement, but it’s only ‘evil’ in the sense that most people are resistant to that change. Why? Because it’s uncomfortable. It’s hard....

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No More Bad Meetings: 4 Steps to More Productive Project Meetings

One of the biggest productivity thieves is poorly planned and scheduled meetings. You’ve probably the tell-tale signs before: An explosion of ill-defined, ad hoc meetings begin to appear on people’s calendars almost out of the blue. The organizer invites both people he or she assumes must be there as well as those “subject matter experts”...

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