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TD Archive

Archives 2008 - Present

Search our collection of more recent TD articles from 2008 to the present. You may search below by author, year, and keyword.

A Clear, Elevating Goal

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To build, motivate, and engage your team requires the team members to be as passionate about achieving an objective as you are. Of course, that means you must have a high degree of energy and commitment around what you're trying to accomplish. Your leadership comes not ... More »

Employees Skeptical of Change Efforts Look to Influential Peers

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Phaedra Brotherton

Senior leaders worldwide aren't getting the employee support they need for change initiatives. Employees in the United States and abroad are skeptical of corporate change efforts and are reluctant to give senior leaders buy-in, according to a recent survey on global cha... More »

Culture Vulture

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When I was in my early 20s, I landed what everyone - including me - thought was a dream job: prestigious organization, upmarket central London location, and a great salary. Yet I hated every minute of it. I didn't connect with the mission of the organization or my colle... More »

Designing Games That Really Teach

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What is it? Chris Clarke-Epstein is a professional speaker and consultant who co-authored the book, The Instant Trainer with C. Leslie Charles. In their book, they list several criteria for game design based on principles developed by Ed Scannell and John Newstrom. "I w... More »

Speaking Up: 10 Tips for Making a C-Level Presentation

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Kathy Reiffenstein

Presentations to C-level executives are renowned for their high visibility, reputation to make or break a career, and ability to create nerve-wracking anticipation. Executive-suite audiences have a short attention span, a "show-me" attitude, and no problem interrupting ... More »

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