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Many people wrongly believe that the path to success is to be the “yes, can do” person in their organizations. While that approach shows willingness to take responsibility, it has the shortcoming of getting employees spread too thin and

Top leadership jobs are tough. While you come into a leadership position with lots of enthusiasm and support, both get worn away over time. So, what can you do?   Think of your leadership role as coming with a pile of chips. The chips are

As we learned in the research for the book, “Take Charge of Your Talent,” the most powerful way to get more from a team is to tap the team members’ self-motivation. This shifts the dynamics from a boss or organization trying to