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10 Positive Facts Your Consulting Firm Should Obsess Over During This Crisis

David A Fields

There are so many voices fixated on the disaster unfolding around us, that you could easily be swept into a torrent of anxiety, fear and panic. In truth, there is real reason for concern and you absolutely should heed the direction of medical leaders. At the same time, you and your consulting firm will benefit … Continued. The post 10 Positive Facts Your Consulting Firm Should Obsess Over During This Crisis appeared first on David A. Fields. All Articles Consulting Consultants

Can You Lead When Your Team is in Crises?

Leadership Planning with Liz Weber CMC

With most of the country now entering the second week of voluntary or mandatory quarantine and no or remote-work status, our personal and work worlds have changed.

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Work Remotely, Are You Kidding Me?

On the Brink

These times are presenting us with a new world where most of us are working remotely or, maybe, will be doing so shortly. The pandemic crisis is here, and the best solution is to separate us all. It is an important time to have to learn new skills. And even enjoy morphing into your new daily routine. For most of us, we hate this type of crisis-induced change. behavior change culture change expert remote workforce

Adding Weight

Alan Weiss

I use a one-on-one personal trainer. Thus far, he’s legally been able to continue to work with customers in his gym, but that could end any day. I workout Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, and this past Monday I asked what he would recommend as a “maintenance discipline” for me if he had to close. He put some of his weights in my trunk and told me what to do to keep in shape. I was impressed and thankful. What weight are you providing for your best clients?

The Surprising Effects of Business Vs. Leisure Travel

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Should you be scared of…Transparency Lab?

The Source

Today’s clients are faced with a dizzying variety of options when it comes to buying professional services. While the industry is still dominated by a handful of big firms, they are no longer the default option they once were. This is the second in a series of blogs that explores some of the newer businesses and platforms seeking to turn the industry on its head—and whether your firm needs to worry about the new competition. Who is Transparency Lab??. Dr. Jan van de Poll is a man on a mission.

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How To Write A Business Book Fast Like Stephen King, Ian Fleming Or Dianna Booher

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8 Ways to Manage Your Team While Social Distancing

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AI Is Changing Work — and Leaders Need to Adapt

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Adjusting to Remote Work During the Coronavirus Crisis

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Advice for managers and individual contributors as they transition to working from home. Crisis management Crisis communication Technology Managing people Audio

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!

A Time to Lead with Purpose and Humanity

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The corporate response to coronavirus could make stakeholder capitalism a reality. Leadership & Managing people Leadership Crisis management Digital Article

Job Crafting from the Outside In

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Build your career on service rather than passion. Career planning Digital Article

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How to Make At-Home Coronavirus Testing Work

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Health care delivery could benefit from a little design thinking. Innovation Operations Digital Article

Science Fights the Coronavirus

Harvard Business

The exponential growth of COVID-19 is threatening to bring down the world economy. To understand the pandemic, Azeem Azhar discusses possible scenarios with the complex-systems physicist who worked on the response to Ebola, Yaneer Bar-Yam, and mathematician Adam Kucharski, whose research on the dynamics of infectious disease helps to inform U.K. Government policy. Economy Government Health Audio

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.

Avoid These Traps When Negotiating in a Crisis

Harvard Business

Move from a combative mindset toward a collaborative one. Negotiations Leadership Digital Article

The Housing Crisis, and Helping Renters During the Pandemic

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Youngme, Felix, and Mihir discuss the housing crisis and what the coronavirus pandemic means for renters. Economy Government Health Audio