Are your senior leaders a team of rivals or collaborators? If your top leaders have ditched internal competition for collaboration, you and your colleagues are better positioned to replace your sharp elbows with sharp thinking. Plus you can thrive in other ways too, as explained in my Forbes article, How you can thrive from collaboration, not competition, at the top, posted on Oct. 28, 2019.
Need your employees to see a clear connection between their job and the marketplace?Read this PRNews article, How to Improve Your 'Organizational Clarity' Grade by Being Brain-Friendly.
Got jerks at work? Learn some tips for how you can deal with competent jerks with less strain and stress in this video of Liz Guthridge speaking to the Charleston Digital Corridor. (As for incompetent jerks, please do your best to avoid them.)
Trying to overcome employees' inertia and inaction? Read this Baker blog post Learn how to encourage action among your employees.
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