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Meeting Objectives

Apr 14, 2011 | Career Management, Personal Development, Re-Imagine Work

“I consistently deliver on my pre-defined objectives.  I am able to routinely accomplish what is expected of me.  On time, on spec. Clockwork.” These are the comments of a proud worker.  And there are many of them.  In fact, nearly all of you.  The research conducted for my first book showed ...

Brownnosing for Fun and Profit

Apr 5, 2011 | Career Management, Leadership, Re-Imagine Work

Everyone hates the idea that some people rise through the ranks simply because they develop a friendly relationship with the boss. On some level, it just doesn’t seem fair. But do you hang out with friends whom you don’t have a relationship with? Who you don’t like? Of ...

Planning for Battle vs. Going to Battle

Mar 3, 2011 | Leadership, Re-Imagine Work

When planning for battle, you need to dismantle hierarchy.  People need to feel free to make suggestions, unconcerned for their level or position in the organization.  This is how creativity flourishes within a team. This is how real innovation – innovation that comes from insights from the front line, occurs. But when it’s ...

There’s Hope for Idiots After All…

Jan 18, 2011 | Career Management, Popular Psychology, Re-Imagine Work

Does IQ really matter at work? According to new research, perhaps not nearly as much as previously thought. A new study by an MIT Sloan School of Management professor has revealed that Group Intelligence – how effectively a group works together – is more important than individual intelligence. ...

3 Sex Tips I Learned from my Employees

Jan 11, 2011 | Career Management, Celebrity Unplugged, Re-Imagine Work

OK, so this is not a post about sex. But I read this cool article saying I had to spice up my headlines to get more readers. I believe the ability to grab others attention is often undervalued. We don’t succeed by paying attention to everything. We succeed for the ...

The Only Career Resolutions You’ll Ever Need

Dec 28, 2010 | Career Management, Entrepreneurship, Leadership, Re-Imagine Work, Tapping Potential

There are thousands of different strategies to achieve a successful and fulfilling career. But there are two that matter more than any of the others. This year,commit to these resolutions and watch your career take a giant leap forward. Work Your Passion – Find your way to a job that ...

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