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Aggressively Solve Problems

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Maxine Kamin

People who excel at their jobs solve problems. Nothing is more indicative of success in the workforce than solving problems. As Ron Willingham states in Integrity Service, In a real sense, each of us controls our success level by the problems we choose to solve. ... More »

Emerging Talent: Will They Be Going, Going, Gone?

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Frederick A. Miller

Who will lead us through the next 30 years? The answer may be no oneand that leadership vacuum may come sooner than we think. This is not the way massive societal change is supposed to work. Typically, people begin to grapple with change, then leaders emerge and flock t... More »

Common Purpose Leadership

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This article is part of Links Plus, a premium ATD Subscription.

Some companies, such as Apple, seem to always get it right, and its not just because they have great designers, developers, and markets. Lots of companies have these things. Its because they have goals that are far bigger than the company and they let their people pursu... More »

The 3 Conditions of Accountability

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There are three kinds of employees. Saints are always accountable. Sinners arent. Most employees are save-ables. Sometimes save-ables make good choices; sometimes they dont. Theyll consistently perform and do the right things, but only under certain conditions. To creat... More »

Creating a Retention Culture

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Holding onto your valued workers doesnt end with a competitive paycheck. It requires an environment of great management, open communication, empowerment, and recognition. While the U.S. economy may be growing at a rate of 3 to 4 percent each year, employers are seeing a... More »

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