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Are you creating too much and not promoting enough?

Peter Winick

Transcript Hi there! It’s Peter Winick. I’m the founder and CEO at Thought Leadership Leverage. Here’s the idea that I’d like to share with you today, and that’s this: What is your ratio between creation and promotion? What do I mean by this? Well, I see lots and lots of thought leaders and authors and academics and such spending so much time creating so much stuff.

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Psychedelic-Assisted Therapy Is Going Mainstream. How Will the Industry Grow Around It?

Kellogg Insight

While significant barriers remain—including regulatory uncertainty and the difficulty of scaling a labor-intensive treatment method—industry leaders see a path forward.

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coworker interrupts me with questions she could answer herself, playing a game at a public-facing job, and more

Alison Green

This post was written by Alison Green and published on Ask a Manager. It’s four answers to four questions. Here we go… 1. My coworker interrupts me with questions she could answer herself My coworker and I used to work in the same extremely toxic workplace. We leaned on each other, commiserated, and when I told her I was done, she pointed me in the direction of a job she knew would be better.

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This is How Your Mindset Is Affecting Your Leadership

Lolly Daskal

As an executive leadership coach, I’ve witnessed the profound impact of mindset on leadership. Your mindset, whether it’s a growth mindset or a fixed mindset, plays a pivotal role in determining your effectiveness as a leader. In this blog post, we’ll explore the concept of mindset, its influence on leadership, and how you can harness the power of a growth mindset to enhance your leadership capabilities.

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SME Relationships: Proven Solutions for Seamless Collaboration and Success

Speaker: Tim Buteyn, President of ThinkingKap Learning Solutions

💢 Do you find yourself stuck in never-ending review cycles? Are you wondering if your Subject Matter Expert actually got that last review request? Are you having trouble trying to decipher impractical or conflicting feedback? 💢 If any of these scenarios sounds familiar, you may benefit from a crash course on managing SME relationships!

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5 Strategies for Improving Mental Health at Work

Harvard Business Review

Companies are investing in — and talking about — mental health more often these days. But employees aren’t reporting a corresponding rise in well-being. Why? The author, who wrote a book on mental health and work last year, explores several key ways organizations haven’t gone far enough in implementing a culture of well-being. She also makes five key suggestions on what they can do to improve the mental health of their employees.

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How aware are you of your team’s level of burnout?

Thought Leaders LLC

Our reader poll today asks: How aware are you of your team’s level of burnout? I’m extremely aware of when they’re getting burned out 15.55% I’m very aware of them getting burned out 39.19% I’m generally aware but sometimes miss the signs 29.73% I’m not as aware as I need to be 11.48% I’m not aware at all of how burned out they are 4.05% Pay attention to the burn.

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Leading Thoughts for April 18, 2024

Michael McKinney

I DEAS shared have the power to expand perspectives, change thinking, and move lives. Here are two ideas for the curious mind to engage with: I. Professor Mary Murphy on organizational mindsets: “The question is not: ‘Are you a person with more of a fixed or growth mindset?’ The question is: ‘ When are you in your fixed mindset and when are you in your growth mindset?

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updates: the unavailable lactation room, the “unapproachable” manager, and more

Alison Green

This post was written by Alison Green and published on Ask a Manager. Here are three updates from past letter-writers. 1. Random people use our lactation room for breaks and lunch (#3 at the link) I really appreciated seeing your response and those of the commenters. It helped me feel validated and affirmed for me that I was not being overly entitled or too demanding in my attempts to resolve the issue.

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Research: Boards Still Have an ESG Expertise Gap — But They’re Improving

Harvard Business Review

The role of U.S. public boards in managing environmental, social, and governance (ESG) issues has significantly evolved over the past five years. Initially, boards were largely unprepared to handle materially financial ESG topics, lacking the necessary background and credentials. However, recent developments show a positive shift, with the percentage of Fortune 100 board members possessing relevant ESG credentials rising from 29% to 43%.

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should I ask my boss why I was their second choice for my job?

Alison Green

This post was written by Alison Green and published on Ask a Manager. A reader writes: For the last nine months, I’ve been doing a (paid) internship at a foundation that is aimed at recent graduates looking to enter the nonprofit world. It’s been a great experience, both in the kind of work I am doing and the people I am working with. I’ve also consistently gotten great feedback, to the point where my boss has said multiple times that she’d like me to return to work for them once I have the nece

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Change Management 101: A Practical 3 Part Guide

Implementing new tools or business processes in your organization? Lemon Learning put together a practical 3 part guide to prevent the pitfalls of change management. Drive a successful change management project from diagnosis through to measurement.

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4 Benefits of AI & 4 Disadvantages

BetterUp

Find out about the benefits of AI and what disadvantages this technology implies. Learn why human intelligence is always important despite advances in AI.

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Pioneering Preventive Medicine | Dr. Helen Messier

Peter Winick

Strategies for Shaping the Future of Healthcare A conversation with Dr. Helen Messier about what it takes to change the perspective on healthcare from reactive to proactive. Join us for an enlightening conversation on the latest episode of Leveraging Thought Leadership with esteemed guest Dr. Helen Mesier, a trailblazer in the field of translational medicine.

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The Art of Being Able to Influence Your Team as a Manager — The 4 Steps to Take

LSA Global

How to Influence Your Team as a Manager The ability to influence your team as a manager has a direct correlation to individual and team success. Effective leadership today isn’t just about giving orders; it’s about inspiring and guiding your team towards shared goals and through the inevitable challenges that will arise. The ability to influence your team as a manager helps you and your team to mobilize resources, drive organizational change , and get results with others.

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let’s discuss business trip mishaps

Alison Green

This post was written by Alison Green and published on Ask a Manager. Let’s talk about business trip mishaps. Maybe you were booked for a 26-hour series of flights for a trip that should have only taken 11 hours, or maybe your boss told you to camp in a tent while traveling for work , or maybe you had to share a hotel room with a coworker who screams in her sleep.

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Is Training the Right Solution?

Speaker: Tim Buteyn

Let's set the scene: you’ve identified a critical performance gap in your organization and need to close that gap. A colleague suggests training, but you suspect there’s something going on that training can’t address. How can you determine if training is the right solution before you commit your budget and resources to a new training program? In this webinar, you will learn how to determine if training is the right solution using the Behavior Engineering Model.