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The right way to use your professional intuition

You probably know the value of trusting your gut in your life — often, going with that instinct is the best course of action to take. Yet, when it comes to using your intuition professionally, things can seem a bit trickier. You don't want to make a hasty move without...

source: By Lisa Mulcahy
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Leaders can have many different styles — just compare President Donald Trump to Malala Yousafzai to your boss or the coach of your kid's soccer team. But a study published last week suggests that people who end up in leadership roles of various sorts all share one...

source: National Public Radio

A few years ago, a research team at Google set out on a quest to figure out what makes teams successful. They code-named the study Project Aristotle, a tribute to the philosopher's famous quote: "The whole is greater than the sum of its parts." The research team analyzed...

source: Inc.

For some, delegation is like cod liver oil — it might lead to a good outcome, but it is so distasteful, they don't try it. Others see delegation as the solution to all their time management problems — give the work to someone else, and all will be right with...

source: Leadership & Learning with Kevin Eikenberry

Over the course of your career, you'll probably end up working with all kinds of people — some you love, some you could live without, some you learn from. But the worst kind of people to work with are those who are toxic. Working with a toxic person causes all kinds...

source: Lolly Daskal

Much like Class D fires, political fires require special resources to extinguish — water doesn't work well. For all of the hyperbole about how "things burn differently in my town," we hear all so often, there are some things affecting the fire service that do indeed...

source: Fire Chief

At some point in your career, you likely encountered a manager you believed was unfair. You probably thought to yourself, "When I'm a manager, I'm never going to be like that!" Now that you've been promoted to a management position, you're probably dedicating significant...

source: Harvard Business Review


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