Time Management? It’s All About Energy (and Executive Function)

Many times, I’ve seen business leaders send their employees off on time management courses in the hopes that the training will help increase engagement and productivity. Many times, I’ve seen those same leaders show bewilderment when the training doesn’t seem...

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The Science of Change

By Katherine Craig “People don’t resist change, they resist being changed.” - Peter Senge As leaders we spend a great deal of time trying to figure out how to implement change. Numerous consultants have grown rich guiding these efforts. I...

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The Three ‘E’s to High Performance Teams: Energy, Engagement and Exploration

By Brian Gray In an article in the April edition of the Harvard Business Review entitled The New Science of Building Great Teams, Alex Pentland describes the “group dynamics that characterize high-performing teams.” The research, conducted at MIT’s Human Dynamics...

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The Expectation of Excellence: Creating a High-Performance Culture

By Eitan Sharir As a leader, you don’t head to work every day intending to achieve mediocre results.  Nonetheless, are you inadvertently setting mediocre expectations through your actions or focus? Unfortunately, this is a trap that snags many organizational and...

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Go Hard or Go Home

By Nilesh Bhagat, CHRP With the playoff season in full swing, the city of Vancouver has shifted into some kind of frenzy. Their hockey team’s every behavior will be examined under a microscope and failure will not be tolerated –...

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