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How Change Gets Stuck

Heather Stagl

The path to implementing change in an organization isn’t always smooth. On the way, you run into frequent speed bumps, wrong way signs, and even concrete barriers. These road hazards on the way to change are obstacles that prevent you from moving forward. Despite ... More »

Building Trust and Transparency in Your Organization

Bob Whipple

We have a faltering economy and most organizations need top performance from their workforce to survive. Yet some of the actions needed for a company to remain viable, come at the cost of losing the hard-earned trust of their employees, which greatly reduces productivit... More »

Maximizing the Effectiveness of Sales Training

Norman Behar

Companies spend about $20 billion a year on various forms of sales training. Still, many sales leaders report low ROIs from their sales training initiatives. So how can you ensure that your investment in sales training is producing great results? More »

Death By Mismanagement

Pete Smith

Help your supervisors learn how to walk the fine line between micromanaging and delegating, and enable them to motivate, lead, and inspire in even the most challenging times. More »

PM Blasphemy: When Not to Do PM the Official Way

Lou Russell

In 1969, the Project Management Institute (PMI) was founded. Project Management specialists were building large buildings, roads, bridges, some of the first computers, and lunar modules. AT&T telephone operators still plugged wires into boards to transfer calls. Pap... More »