Leadership Lessons from Netflix

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September 20, 2011

Tweet Changes, changes!  Over the past five years, media giant NETFLIX gobbled up the competition and deemed their major rivals irrelevant. Now as the company makes some radical changes for the future, some might question the leadership style of their CEO.  Read one expert blogger’s take here, from our friends at Fast Company Magazine. This post is shared with you by the good folks...
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We are All Equal

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September 16, 2011

Tweet There are times when you see the homeless person on the street, or a beggar in front of your shopping center, when your thoughts jump out and say “get a job, already!”  But you really don’t know the circumstances that put those people in that position, nor do you know their obstacles in...
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The Ugly P Word—Procrastination!

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September 14, 2011

Tweet Unfortunately, we all do it. No matter how hard you try or what you do to try and prevent it from happening, it inevitably will happen somewhere and with something.  That ugly P word—Procrastination.  Even the best organizers and the top managers have some things that they procrastinate. According to business coach, David...
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Does Social Media Promote “Boorish” Behavior?

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September 13, 2011

Tweet Recently, I found myself reading a magazine I don’t often encounter.  The publication is geared for senior citizens...
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Stand Tall and Bow Down

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September 9, 2011

Tweet It is important in life to learn specific skills in order to become successful, as well as feel...
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A Workable Process For Fact Finding

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September 8, 2011

Tweet Often a major challenge in determining if and how to make changes or improvements is to conduct an...
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Cross-departmental Teams Create Cohesion

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September 6, 2011

Tweet For years, some companies put their focus on individualism, on competition, encouraging employees to show their prowess on...
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