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Be a Leader Gladly Followed

Posted on 04/26/2013 by Steve Watson

One of my “friends” on my Facebook page is Tony Dungy, former NFL head coach. His resume is impressive. His accomplishments include being the first African American head coach to win a...

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The Power of Empowerment

Posted on 04/26/2013 by Steve Watson

Ever been to a business and had, what you thought, was a minor complaint to share? Instead of an apology and swift resolution, you received a weary, “You’ll have to talk to my manager....

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Infusing Company Culture into New Employees

Posted on 04/26/2013 by Chris A. Maslin

Many companies spend a great deal of time and energy attempting to create that perfect culture they want their employees to associate with their business. What some of these organizations fail to...

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The Hardest Thing to Say

Posted on 04/26/2013 by Ann Ashley

Why is it that, “I’m sorry” seems to be the hardest thing to say? In a world where the customer is always right, apologies can seem to be a necessary, even daily, evil. This can...

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Epic Failure and Resiliency

Posted on 04/26/2013 by Anna Sullins

As the Olympic games continue to inspire pride and a winning spirit in our nation, let us be reminded that victory is rarely achieved without first the taste of failure. Dan McCarthy of Great...

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