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Develop Skills and Expertise Through Volunteering

Annabelle Reitman

Have you considered volunteerism as an alternate option for professional development or gaining needed experience with a specific skill or competency? For your experience to be successful, you must give careful thought to the why, what, where, and how of your involveme... More »

Enabling Value-Based Selling

Denver White

An overuse of statistics can be detrimental to some sales. Instead, Denver White contends that effective sales enablers need to show the potential buyer that a product has relevance and value. More »

Capturing the Expertise of Your Stars

Paul Elliott

Paul Elliott recommends that leaders analyze performance right to left—looking at accomplishments first. This tactic enables managers to move from strategy and goals to accomplishments, then from accomplishments to the key behaviors that produce them. More »

Why Positivity Is Important to Leaders

Steve Gladis

This excerpt from Positive Leadership: The Game Changer at Work addresses the question: “Why is positivity so important for leaders?”  More »

Being a Can-Do Leader: How Leaders Can Muster the POWERS to Succeed

Frank Satterthwaite

 There are six powers associated with a person becoming fully empowered to successfully carry out an assignment, and the word “POWERS” can be used as an acronym to help you remember each power. More »

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