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millennials in the workplace

Millennials in the Workplace Want These 4 Qualities in a Company

Millennials in the Workplace Want to be Understood The Leading With Courage Academy recently led a panel discussion on millennials in the workplace, and how to better incorporate this unique demographic into your culture for greater success. During that discussion, four key things were uncovered that millennials in the workplace want most: focus, transparency, trust […]

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using delegation to develop others

Create Success by Using Delegation to Develop Others

Grow Your Business by Using Delegation to Develop Others As a manager, you’re often told of the value of using delegation to develop others. Delegation can help you focus on the tasks where you’re most needed and can help scale your business in accordance with your goals. Still, the question remains: Who do you delegate […]

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drive business growth

Four Questions that Drive Business Growth and Transformation

You Can Drive Business Growth Forward- or Backward Many businesses on the precipice of growth or those preparing to enter a new chapter are searching for ways to drive business growth, but can find themselves struggling to move into that next big phase. This can happen for a number of reasons, whether it’s a lack […]

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overconfidence hold you back

Could Overconfidence Hold You Back As a Leader?

Assessing Confidence Being someone who provides leadership assessments and 360° evaluations, I’m often fascinated by the results I see. A recent Confidence Assessment survey I came across speaks to the overconfidence certain people seem to possess more than others. This particular assessment, discussed in the Huffington Post had been given to more than 10,000 people […]

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trademark act

And Down Goes Another Lanham Act Clause… The Trademark Act v. Good Taste?

The Federal Circuit just ruled that the “scandalous” clause of the Lanham Act is unconstitutional in view of the Supreme Court decision in Matal v. Tam. The Lanham Act is also known as the Trademark Act. Recapping The Slants’ Fight for Trademarkability in Matal v. Tam As a refresher, Matal v. Tam involved the Asian-American […]

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effective outside directors

Effective Outside Directors Provide Leadership When It Is Needed Most

Whether a company is public or private, the mission of its board of directors is to provide leadership in four key issues: strategy, capital structure, succession planning, and risk management. While regulators will enforce matters at public companies, outside directors are often the only external force to drive change at private companies. So long as […]

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how to promote yourself

Learn How to Promote Yourself Without Being Shameless

Learn how to promote yourself effectively Sit at your desk, do a good job and before long, you’ll be noticed. Ah, what a nice idea that is. But don’t kid yourself. Grinding away without knowing how to promote yourself may have had its day, but if you want to ensure you get noticed and rewarded, […]

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unethical company culture

Breaking the Cycle of Arrogance and Eliminating Unethical Company Culture

Arthur Andersen. Enron. Bernie Madoff. Harvey Weinstein. Wells Fargo. Equifax. Again and again and again with these unscrupulous companies, their boards and their leaders, we hear the same questions repeated: 1) How did this happen? 2) How could nobody else have known about it? 3) Knowing what they knew, why was nothing done? Often, it’s […]

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Thought Leadership Opportunities: Don't Pay to Give Yourself Away

Thought Leadership Opportunities: Don’t Pay to Give Yourself Away

I Am Special. Are you? I know this to be true… Because a stranger who wants my money told me so Thought Leadership Opportunities aren’t Opportunities I am special because people frequently seek me out to offer me thought leadership opportunities, thus increasing the likelihood that new clients will hire me as their attorney. Look, for […]

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business leadership basics

Business Leadership Basics: Actions Speak Louder Than Intentions

It’s true: Actions speak louder than words (or intentions) It really doesn’t matter how high up in an organization you’ve reached. Your actions and behavior say everything about your intentions. People are watching you. It’s business leadership basics and general human knowledge that what you say isn’t as believable as what you do. Think about […]

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