Schedule time to talk with Connect’s Liz Guthridge about your change challenge and how you can get on a clear and credible path to change.
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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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- Why and how to guide your direct reports to success
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- Want to increase your empathy? Go Platinum, not Gold
- Why and how to be a generalist in a wicked VUCA world
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- How to avoid 3 mistakes knowledge workers often make
- How to improve conditions for working well from anywhere
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- How to deal with the “disinformation” problem
- Recently succeed at something? Celebrating is good for your brain
- Why and how you need to adapt to prevent stagnation
- How to navigate a better work culture for all
- How to honor your priorities; 3 tips from a working dog
- Why it’s about gaslighting, not the nail
- How to use liminal space for growth and development
- Want to be better at collaboration? Take care of your brain
- Escape from Groundhog Day and help the human herd
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Given the amount of change we have worked through, Liz always makes me look good. Sometimes consultants will circumvent the process and try to influence things to their advantage, ultimately sending me or a colleague under the bus. Liz does not do this."