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Silence can be golden in team meetings

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Harnessing the unexpected power of silence

It’s long been said that communication is key to success – but effective leaders must also embrace the power of the pause. MIKE KOTSIS discusses why it’s so important for those in management positions to let others speak. Read more »
Great people attract other high achievers

Management
The challenge of retaining great staff

An enterprise is only as good as its people. Seeking exceptional workers will not only improve outcomes but also influence other staff to elevate the company culture, writes BARRY URQUHART. Read more »
Leaders should be open to new evidence.

Management
Rethinking your leadership strategy

In an ever-changing world, questioning one’s existing beliefs and biases is critically important. PAUL SLOANE explains why leaders who can change their minds can be an effective asset to the businesses they serve. Read more »
Articulate and group your goals

Management
Happier and more productive leadership

Last month, DOUG FLEENER recommended switching your ‘to-do’ list to a ‘to-don’t’ list! Here, he concludes his two-part series, discussing how to transform work styles to achieve ultimate efficiency. Read more »
Managing priorities is more important than managing time

Management
Happier and more productive leadership

Scaling up a business can take its toll on one’s wellbeing. In part one of this two-part series, DOUG FLEENER details how to change mindset and management practices to beat stress and improve outcomes. Read more »
Don’t shy away from negative feedback

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Why bad feedback is the best feedback

When it comes to your business, some opinions can be very hard to hear – but JEANNIE WALTERS explains why it’s actually best to bite the bullet and accept all feedback, no matter how bad it sounds at first. Read more »
Make choices by defining what’s important

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The art of making better decisions

In order to make the right choices, managers need clarity of purpose and a way to determine the value of their options. BERNADETTE MCCLELLAND explores the decision-making process – and why indecision can be paralysing. Read more »
Define your goal – and believe in it

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The power of vision and certainty

When it comes to success, there are two magic ingredients – employed by legendary statesmen and titans of industry – that will transform your leadership style and help you achieve your goals. DAVID BROWN reports. Read more »

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Signs you have a terrible employee

It’s not easy to admit when an employee is inadequate at their role. ELIZABETH BOYD shares tips on how to identify poor work qualities and improve workplace culture. Read more »
The 80/20 rule – AKA The Pareto Principle

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The 80/20 rule: What can it do for you?

The 80/20 rule stipulates that a small part of a business will be contributing a large portion of overall revenue. DAVID BROWN explains how to use this economic principle to get the best out of your business. Read more »
Build the perfect professional posse

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Profit from a business posse

Strong leaders know they need a supportive, capable team around them if they are going to hit all of their goals. Selecting that team is a skill in itself. AMYK HUTCHENS reports. Read more »
The Wright brothers ignored doubters

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Intelligent ignorance; positive results

Thinking outside the square is easier said than done, but RICH KIZER and GEORGANNE BENDER have some advice about how intelligent ignorance can produce positive outcomes. Read more »

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How to survive the “Battle of the bots”

Online mega-retailers have integrated technology into their business models that attack and block competitors. CHRIS PETERSEN says every retailer should understand these tactics and how they affect bottom lines. Read more »
Sometimes more isn’t always what’s best

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More can be awesome, less might be better

Our drive to want more of everything, from social media to material goods, can distract us from our drive for meaning. AMYK HUTCHENS explains why sometimes more is less and less is more. Read more »
Unmotivated employees are a challenge

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The myth of motivation in retail

Can managers motivate employees? DOUG FLEENER believes those who lack the motivation to succeed cannot be taught to do so. Read more »

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