111 results for tag: Bizcatalyst360


Social Entrepreneurship Can Ignite Your Tired Business Attitude

After 23 years of being a business owner, I get tired. Some days it feels like I’m stuck on a hamster wheel with nothing new in my future. We’re doing the same things we’ve done for over 20 years. Same business plan, in the same location, and with ...
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Critical and Strategic Thinking Cultivates Agility

Leaders say they want to boost creativity, critical thinking and agility to improve performance and manage change. Research studies confirm the accuracy of those statements. Who wouldn’t want their staff to be quick on their feet, display ingenuity, offer ...
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Are You a Manager or a Leader?

The client sitting across the table sipped his coffee and leveled a stare at me. “What I need,” he said, "is not more leaders. I need followers that will follow and managers that will manage." When I asked him to expand a bit on this, here was his ...
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Substance

Humans have of course been around for centuries. We learn, we’re influenced, we draw our own conclusions and, assuming we’re in an environment which permits us to truly exude our individual creativity, we share our own thoughts and opinions. Then ...
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Failure of Imagination

Imagination is one of the most important tools that we have in life. It is often the catalyst for innovation, dynamic change and creative thinking. Like any tool we have, we must use it often and take care of it for it to be useful and of value in our life. ...
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5 Myths About Leadership: Ignorance Isn’t Bliss

Dysfunction in the workplace is more common than many leaders might want to admit to. After all, we’re dealing with a group of individuals who bring a lifetime of unique experiences, backgrounds, and attitudes to the workplace. Combine this diverse group ...
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The 6 Cs of Leadership

Are you in search of leadership skills? Skills that will catapult your career to heights not yet imagined? What is the secret to great leadership? Frankly, there is no secret, only a series of skills needed that will separate you from most would-be leaders ...
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Humanity, Dialogue, Leadership

What is the most obvious sign of our humanity? Looks can be deceiving, and in this age of robots, transhumanism, and artificial intelligence, I'll risk the indignant howls of dissent from the technocratic utopians, and propose that it is dialogue, the ...
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How Does Transparency Serve Leaders

… and those they lead When leaders are transparent they not only earn the respect of those they lead, those people also work harder for them. While it won’t fix a poor performer, it will elevate a consistent one and take top performers to new height...
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How to Be a Superhero

Superheroes have them – why not you and me? Discover how to bring out your superpowers. In a previous article, I let you in on my love for superhero movies and began a series of profiles of some hugely successful leaders that seem to be superhuman ...
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How Should Your Organization Prioritize Employee Stress and Mental Health?

Employee stress and mental health touch every area of your business. Your employee’s mental health is reflected in productivity, morale, absenteeism, turnover, engagement, burnout, customer satisfaction, teamwork, employee complaints, and incivility. ...
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Maintaining Our Ethical Elevators

The world we move in is relentlessly fast and most days resembles a high-speed elevator forcing all of us to confront challenges and emotions. As a result, human conduct in our personal and business lives is anything but consistent and requires proper ...
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