Mon.May 13, 2019

Innovating Your Consulting Business For Growth with Jeff Gothelf: Podcast #88

Consulting Success

These days, consultants take their profession too seriously and customarily that they tend to forget to make room for innovation. To innovate is to add value with an incredible hint of creativity to whatever you produce.

Marvel’s Endgame or How to Be a Superhero

The More Clients Blog

I don’t know about you, but I happen to be a Marvel movie superhero fanatic. I’m one of those weird people who has watched all 22 of the Marvel movies over the past 11 years, several of them more than once, including the latest, Endgame.

Film 76

See, Think, Do

Several years ago, one of my clients taught me a great framework to describe how to be influential with others in the workplace. It’s a communication approach you can use to manage direct reports, manage colleagues, and even to manage your boss. The framework involves three steps: See. Think. If you can alter how somebody “sees" a particular situation, they automatically “think" about the situation differently.

Is Technology Weakening Your Leadership?

Peter Stark

It is a given to say that technology has changed the way we communicate and conduct our daily lives. At home and at work.

The Definitive Guide to Becoming a High-Growth Company

Why do some companies grow at a double-digit pace every year, while others experience nominal (or even flat) growth year over year? Discover the common attributes that your High-Growth Clients have in common as they outperform their competition in top-line growth!

Toward abundant systems

Seth Godin Blog

Industrialism is based on scarcity. So is traditional college admissions. In fact, much of the world as we know it is based on hierarchies, limited shelf space, and resources that are difficult to share. This leads to a common mindset: if it’s yours, it’s not mine. Sharing is something we teach to little kids, but in real life, we’re much busier keeping track of who’s up and who’s down in an endless status game. But some systems are based on abundance.

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Sorry Not Sorry

Harvard Business

Do women really apologize more than men at work? We speak with a psychology professor and a leadership consultant about the impact that saying “sorry” and using other minimizing language has on job success, and what words and phrases to use instead. Guests: Karina Schumann and Sally Helgesen. Our theme music is Matt Hill’s “City In Motion,” provided by Audio Network. Gender Audio

Addressing the Biases Plaguing Algorithms

Harvard Business

Google, Amazon, Microsoft, and Facebook still haven’t figured it out. Technology Risk management Digital Article

An Effective Way to Tackle the Social Causes of Poor Health

Harvard Business

Health care providers can help solve them. Economics & Society Managing people Health Operations Digital Article

Building a Better Globalization

Harvard Business

Five areas to focus on. Economy Globalization Policy Digital Article

Assessing the Five Styles of Enterprise Business Intelligence

The world of BI and analytics has evolved. Discover the five styles of reporting and analysis, and learn the pros and cons of each in an enterprise scenario.

Audio Quick Take: 7 Questions Every CMO Wants to Ask Google - SPONSOR CONTENT FROM THINK WITH GOOGLE

Harvard Business

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