Fri.Dec 02, 2022

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Three Keys for Successful Agile Coaching: Level, Empathy, and Experience

Johanna Rothman

On the ANE panel last night, an agile coach asked, “What's my path forward as an agile coach? What do I do next?” ” That's a great question and one each coach might ask, to make sure they continue to add value to the client. Internal or external, all coaches have clients.).

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When Leaders Struggle with Collaboration

Harvard Business Review

How to get better at working with others. Leadership development Personal growth and transformation Interpersonal communication Digital Article

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Once You Get the Job, Does Networking End?

Tom Spencer

Networking is a key part of obtaining your first job after graduation. You connect with company recruiters, university alumni, and your peers and classmates to build a vast community of connections.

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Research: Men Speak More Abstractly Than Women

Harvard Business Review

Abstract language tends to be associated with leadership, meaning that how women are socialized to communicate can make them less likely to be seen as leaders. Gender Leadership qualities Business communication Presentation skills Public speaking Digital Article

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7 Ways to Supercharge Your ABM Strategy with Real-Time Intent

Streaming real-time intent is a homerun for marketing and sales’ account-based marketing (ABM) strategies. With real-time buyer insights, you can be first-in-line to provide solutions and lead better, hyper-personalized conversations.

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Attention

Consultants' Consultant

Consultants Consultant: So a lot has been made of the need to curate our attention. Here‘s. The post Attention appeared first on Consultants' Consultant. Consulting Well Manage others Manage yourself

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3 Things to Remember About Checkerboard Relocation Projects

PM Alliance

Though businesses have adopted more remote and hybrid work arrangements in recent years, the need to move people and resources around in the physical space hasn’t gone away.

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Playing the long-game in business

Kai Davis

Since it’s December and I’m starting to get knee deep into my annual review and annual planning , I’ve been thinking about The Long Game in Business. I found myself flipping through my copy of Alex Hillman’s TinyMBA earlier today while thinking about 2023. That’s when I remembered, I (and my co-hosts) interviewed Alex Hillman (co-founder of Stacking the Bricks and Indy Hall, author of TinyMBA) on The Business of Freelancing podcast when The Tiny MBA released.

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Accounting (and small business)

Seth Godin Blog

Every small business needs a bookkeeper, but few take appropriate advantage of accounting. Accounting is a way to turn organized books into insight. Particularly: It can help us make decisions. Any data that isn’t going to help you make a decision is worth ignoring. More granularity isn’t better granularity. It can help us understand our cash flows. In any given moment, we know very little about a business.

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How to Show Up as a Leader

LSA Global

How to Show Up as a Leader to Increase Your Influence For anyone who hopes to influence others, how you show up as a leader matters – especially in high stakes meetings and when new teams are formed.

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Digitizing Logistics: Harness the Power of Data in 4 Steps

Entering a new demand gen position in a volatile market is nerve-wracking. In demand generation, data is essential for knowing who you should target and how. In this eBook, you’ll learn how to identify and target your ideal prospects using different types of data.

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The reasons search seems to be getting worse

Seth Godin Blog

Even with the powerful Ecosia engine, but especially with Google and Amazon, it’s getting rarer and rarer that a search feels as though it finds just the right site or product or information on the very first try. There are a few reasons for this: Our expectations are higher. Even a good search doesn’t feel the way it used to. Amaze us a few times and we get hooked on being amazed. It’s tough to top the extraordinary results that we became used to.