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Leadership Growth Through Intentional Pauses with Rachael O’Meara, Ep #2

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Leadership growth is not something that happens automatically. In fact, it’s one of the many things we leaders have to be extremely intentional about - for our own health and for the sake of those we lead. But few of us recognize the value of pausing, taking breaks to refuel...

Leadership Development Best Practices Every Week: The Development Exponent Podcast with Bruce Holoubek, Ep. #1

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Leadership development is a massive topic, one which I realize has been addressed from a number of perspectives over the years. So why have I thrown my hat into the ring as an “expert” in areas of leadership? Simple: The approach I’ve taken to leadership development over the years simply...

4 Proven Ways to Create Mutually Meaningful Work Engagements

In a day and age where the average employee stays at a job for less than 5 years, and when your younger employees may be thinking about their next career move 6-12 months after starting a new position, it’s important to realize that your employees just won’t stay at your...

4 Ways to Monitor, Control, and Modify Processes and Systems with Ease

As you’re building your company, you already know that it’s important to amp up your procedures, processes, and systems. But once you have these procedures, processes, and systems in place, how do you audit them and modify them, as necessary? You want to make sure that you have a system...

3 Steps to Implement Processes That Enhance Creativity

When some people hear the words “procedure,” “process,” and “system,” they get nervous or bored. In many corporate cultures, procedures, processes, and systems are code for “red tape,” and these very systems create inefficiencies within the organization or slow down the speed of internal communication. Or, if your systems do...

3 Not-So-Obvious Reasons to Amp Up Your Procedures, Processes, and Systems

Imagine you’re a senior manager at a manufacturing plant, and you’ve been with the company since the beginning. You saw the business grow from a start-up of just three employees to a corporation of more than 100 employees. But now that the plant has expanded operations with multiple locations in...