The Courage to Be Curious – Careers In Government

Leaders being asked to do more with less resources sometimes default to a “just get it done” attitude when tackling daily tasks. As a leadership tool, […]

Ready to Spike Engagement Scores? – Alleywatch

Our business challenges, the pace of our work lives, and the churn of generational employees today results in many organizations receiving low engagement scores related to […]

How Leaders Access Optimal Performance – Successful Meetings

Strong leaders, or “Learner Leaders” understand how to achieve a place of calm and flow in their daily responsibilities. They know when they’re in their optimal […]

The Power of the Pause – Switch & Shift

Albert Einstein once said, “If I had 60 minutes to solve an important problem, I would spend 55 minutes on defining the problem and five minutes […]

Here’s How You Retain Millennials – Chief Learning Officer

If organizations aren’t willing to invest in their millennial employees’ development, they shouldn’t expect them to stick around long. In fact, studies show they aren’t — […]

Four Traits of the Best Leaders – Fast Company

Workplace culture is constantly evolving to meet the needs of new generations of workers as well as new economic demands. In today’s fast-paced, competitive, and mobile […]

Five Tips for Accelerating the Journey from Knower to Learner – Smart Business

Someone once told us that the day you quit learning things is the day you die. Morbidity aside, the more we reflected upon this, the more we agree […]

Returning to Ready, Aim, Fire – The Power of the Pause – Smart Brief

With our seemingly never-ending to-do lists and 9-to-5 back-to-back meetings, we are navigating at breakneck speeds in our work days to attempt to keep it all […]

‘Learners’ Make the Most Effective Leaders – Business News Daily

One of the biggest mistakes you can make as a leader is thinking you always need to have the answer. Yes, people look to you for […]

LEAN in Claims Management

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