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Monthly Archives: February 2011

Five Ways for CEO’s to Get Out of Their Own Way

Lately I’ve noticed a pattern among CEO’s that I have been in conversation with. Many cannot get out of their own way and therefore are unable to move forward. There is nothing more frustrating then knowing where you want to go and not be able to get there, especially when the buck stops with you. […]

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Is This E-mail From Your Employee?

Just in, "I wish I could give your book to my boss so that he could become a more effective manager." Are you thinking what I'm thinking? I bet half of you are thinking that you too wish you could give my book, Suddenly in Charge: Managing Up, Managing Down, Succeding All Around to your […]

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It’s About Results People

I just returned from watching The King's Speech, which happens to be a fine film. What struck me most about Geoffrey Rush's character (WARNING-Spoiler Alert,) is that he was able to help his client, the King of England, significantly improve even though Rush lacked all these letters after his name. People mistakenly think that fancy […]

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A Dozen Performance Management Best Practices

We are so excited to present author and HR expert Sharon Armstrong's dozen performance management best practices with you. Sharon has generously agreed to share her timeless tips for performance maagement with our community. Be sure to check out Sharon's latest book, The Essential Performance Review Handbook Sharon Armstrong's current best practices of high performance […]

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