Changing a culture of critique to one of creation

When things aren’t going the way we want or when numbers are down compared to last month’s, we often resort to critique and indirect judgments. But unfortunately, a culture of critique can dampen the overall spirit of the workplace. When we reinforce a culture of criticism, we forfeit the innovation, creativity and discoveries that may be within a team. As

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7 reasons you should be listening to podcasts

In many ways, podcasts have become the universal medium to inform listeners on everything from bird-watching to exactly how scientists are working to discover a vaccine to combat the coronavirus. Some may view podcasts as the new YouTube to spend mindless hours consuming. (Granted, when selective, YouTube holds a wealth of information.) Still, podcasts offer a world of information and

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What Gen Z wished their bosses knew about them

Generation Z (Gen Z), like most younger generations, tends to have a bad reputation among leaders who are looking to hire. Commonly assumed to be slackers or frequently “ghosting” the workplace, this generation is smarter and more educated than you would think. They also will bring a fresh perspective and edge that your team may be missing. If your team

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Historic presidential debates that forever changed how and who we vote for

The kick-off for a series of three presidential debates between former Vice President Joe Biden and President Donald Trump has finally arrived. Statistically and historically speaking, televised presidential debates do not strongly sway voters, but they certainly draw us to all tune in for these anticipated events. Introduced to the American public only some 60 years ago, who could imagine

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3 Essential Skills for a World of New Norms

The coronavirus pandemic quickly ushered in new norms, which are probably not going anywhere anytime soon.  This pandemic has proven itself to be unpredictable for even the highly qualified experts. If COVID-19 has shown us anything, it is to be prepared for everything.  Since the coronavirus made its way to the United States, every business, from major corporations to small

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The Best of Framework Leadership

“The single biggest way to impact an organization is to focus on leadership development. There is almost no limit to the potential of an organization that recruits good people, raises them up as leaders and continually develops them.”  -John Maxwell It is no surprise that one of the topics I am most passionate about is leadership. Being a leader means being

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