What’s In Your Personal Learning Network?


Do you feel overwhelmed by information overload? If so, get over it! Your clients and team members expect you to consume vast quantities of information, pick and choose the bits that are most relevant to them, and present it in an engaging way. Of course, this is easier said than done! The only way...

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Leadership Peak Performance


Many leaders struggle to maintain energy throughout their day, due to tight deadlines, competing priorities, and increasing demands on their time. In this episode, peak performance specialist Julie Meek provides simple and effective strategies for energy, stamina and productivity. Listen To the Epis...

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Improve E-Mail In Your Team


You can’t control how everybody uses e-mail, but if you’re leading a team, business or other organisation, you can educate your team members about good e-mail practices. And because much of your regular e-mail happens within the team, getting this right can make a big difference to your ...

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Workplace Trends


Successful leaders need to know how to lead in modern workplaces, with more flexible work arrangements, technology that boosts productivity, the mix of personal and work lives, and the growth of collaboration and networking. Listen To the Episode Visit Julie’s Web site here. More Resources ...

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Why You Should Outsource More of Your Work


Outsourcing is more common now than ever before, because outsourcing Web sites such as Upwork and Fiverr bring together employers and contractors to work on one-off tasks or build long-term relationships. If you haven’t considered outsourcing some work in your business, you might be missing a...

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Get Things Done: Traction, Action and Satisfaction


Have you ever wondered how some people seem to be super-productive, and are constantly getting things done? Then there are the others, who always seem to be working but rarely complete anything. What’s the difference? The simple answer is that if you want to get stuff done, start doing things....

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Four Ways to Prevent Problems Rather Than Fix Them


Are you constantly having to fix problems in your business? Even if they are minor, they take time, cost money, shift focus, and tarnish your customer experience. In this interview, Winston Marsh asks me about four things we can do to prevent problems before they occur: Reminders: For example, a ha...

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Using Your Brain For a Change


In an uncertain and ambiguous world, the leaders who have a flexible thinking style and growth mindset will succeed and bring out the best in their people. Jenny Brockis explains how to make the most of your grey matter to thrive, not just survive. Listen To the Episode Visit Jenny’s Web site...

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The One Thing You Must Never Do With Your Inbox


Are you constantly struggling to stay ahead of an overflowing inbox? There are plenty of apps, tools, and other technology to help you get control of your inbox. But most of them only help you process your e-mail faster. That can help, but it’s not enough. We get so much e-mail that it’s...

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Seven Reasons Why You Should Let Employees Use Social Media at Work


In almost any discussion about productivity in the workplace, the question about allowing or blocking social media invariably arises. It happened in a recent webinar I was running about employee engagement, when somebody asked a question along these lines: “How do you keep employees focused o...

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