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When You Can’t Change Get Off the Team

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Everyone knows that the only thing that is constant is change. Despite that fact, everyone doesn’t understand it. Maybe change is one of those “it won’t happen to me” things. Whatever the reason, we inherently resist change and in some cases try to foil it. Resisting change or purposefully placing …

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How to Mind the Gap in Your Development Plan

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Companies invest a lot into recruiting and onboarding new staff. Most of your probation period is used to train and evaluate your ability and fit within the organization. How confident are you that your training plan is adequate? Most training plans focus on product knowledge, skills, processes and methodologies but …

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The Biggest Differentiator of Your Success

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It is getting harder to get things done within our organizations. The number of decision makers it takes to move forward on something has been growing. The number of people we talk to and interact with has increased tremendously. In order to get things done you have to be able …

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Tis the Season for Surprising Feedback – and How to Avoid It Next Year

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It has been roughly one year since your last performance review. Nearly one year since you agreed to certain goals and deliverables with your boss. The moment of truth is upon us as we enter the season of annual performance reviews. Are you confidently approaching the season or dreading that …

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Why Losing is Really Winning

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First and foremost, losing is a learning experience. Instead of looking at it as having lost at something learn from the experience so that you are more prepared next time. Losing teaches humility because everyone can’t win all the time. Improving your humility helps you to remain objective and open …

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