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Many books on “Change” are highly theoretical; whereas Lior Arussy’s latest book, Next is Now: 5 Steps for Embracing Change – Building a Business that Thrives into the Future asserts that change is highly personal. Whether you are leading changes within your organization, dealing with personal changes, or being subjected to changes either professionally or personally, you can identify with and understand Arussy’s five steps to embracing (and succeeding in) that change.

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The word “accountability” is the latest buzzword going around business.  “We don’t have accountability,” executives lament. “We have to hold our people accountable.”  Yep, leaders want some of that there accountability…like you can point at it.  That you can scoop some up and put it on your cafeteria tray.  A person either has it or doesn’t have it. Continue reading “Team Accountability Boils Down to This One Element” »

Today’s guest blog is brought to you by Dr. Marlene Caroselli. As an author, keynoter, and corporate trainer, she has published over 60 books and countless curricula, articles, and speeches.

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Author and academician James C. Humes maintains that leadership is selling. And selling, basically, is talking.  The talking that sells, though, must be authentic. It must be honest. It must inspire trust. To illustrate: You may have heard about the authors who wanted to write a book detailing ways to save the earth. They collected hundreds of user-friendly ideas. Their writing style was outstanding. Their publisher was excited. Everyone thought they had a best-seller on their hands. But the sales never matched the hope. Can you figure out why? Continue reading “Why Certain Leaders Fail” »